Decades after he fled, Austria celebrates Nobel laureate Martin Karplus’ amateur photography

Menachem Wecker interviewing Martin Karplus

I, interviewing Nobel Prize winner Martin Karplus (chemistry, 2013) about his photographs at an Austrian Embassy exhibit in D.C. on Jan. 14, 2015. (Peter Cutts/Austrian Cultural Forum Washington)

My article “Decades after he fled, Austria celebrates Nobel laureate Martin Karplus’ amateur photography” appears in the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA). (It has been reprinted in Times of Israel, Baltimore Jewish Times, the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, Heritage Florida Jewish News, and the New Jersey Jewish Standard.)

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