Judith Flanders

Social historian and author

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Social historian and author

Judith Flanders on KCRW

The holiday season brings to mind images of home -- and gathering with friends and family around the dinner table, or the fire in low-lit living rooms. But what does home really mean?

The Making of Home

The holiday season brings to mind images of home -- and gathering with friends and family around the dinner table, or the fire in low-lit living rooms. But what does home really mean?

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