Panel Debate “European Myth Berlin”

Summit 2018: event

18/06/2018, 17:30 – 19:00

Urania Berlin

Urania
An der Urania 17
10787 Berlin

Berlin is a curious city – not particularly liked within Germany, admired throughout Europe, even in those parts, where Germany does not enjoy the best reputation. Visitors appreciate Berlins unique European history – which most Berliners are not very proud of: central place of the national-socialist terror, which extended to almost all parts of Europe, centre and symbol of the cold war, but also starting point of the peaceful revolution of 1989. Berlin is the Rome of contemporary history. But how can this divided, common and only partly remembered heritage strengthen Europe?

On the occasion of the European Cultural Heritage Summit , Urania Berlin invites you to a panel discussion with

Prof. Dr. Harald Bodenschatz,
Social Scientist und Urban Planner, Member of the board of director of AIV, Center for Metropolitan Studies / TU Berlin

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Endlich, Honorary professor for art in public area, Universität der Künste (UdK), publicist and exhibition organiser

and further guests

Moderator: Harald Asel, rbb Inforadio

 

Admission: Full price 8,50 €, Reduced price 7,00€, Members 4,50€, Students 3,50€

Online-Ticketing: www.urania.de 

Booking number: (030) 2189091