On Tuesday, February 8, Uta Mense, a Ph.D. student at the Technical University of Cottbus in Germany, will give a talk entitled: "The Berlin Wall and Peenemünde: Traces of the Modern Heritage of 20th Century Germany"
The talk will be at 7:30pm in Roberts Hall 419.
Uta Mense, born 1970 in Germany, worked as an architect in the Netherlands and
Germany. After completing the postgraduate master program, UNESCO „World Heritage
Studies,“ and working as a project-manager for EU-funded intercultural projects, Uta is currently doing research on Space Race Heritage, focusing on the United States, Russia/Kazakhstan, as well as its origins in Germany.
Please come and bring a friend!