New York Times Book Review
Escaping the Nazis by Way of Iran
By Jonathan Brent
Oct. 9, 2019
. . . not simply another detail of the Holocaust but a matter of enduring existential, psychological and moral reflection.
From Poland To The USSR To Iran To Israel: A Holocaust Story
By Julia M. Klein October 14, 2019
. . . a skillfully wrought bridge between past and present that raises critical questions about both.
A starred review of Tehran Children by Dan Kaplan appeared in October 15 issue:
The backstory about how Dekel, now a professor of comparative literature in the U.S., began researching this project with an Iranian colleague, adds an interesting personal aspect to this work of excellent scholarship and a harrowing history illuminating both the specifics of the past and the universal aspects of the refugee experience.
selects Tehran Children as one of their Fall Top 10 picks for History.
History of World War II Podcast
Episode 267-An interview with Mikhal Dekel about her book, Tehran Children | by WWIIPodcast
Oct 19, 2019
CUNY Book Beat Podcast
A Daughter’s Pursuit of Her Own Holocaust Legacy
October 12, 2019
Live interview with Woman-Stirred Radio, Oct 22nd at 11:00 am ET