The UWM German program is holding this event to commemorate the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. They offer an evening dedicated to the event’s history and continuing significance.
In addition to a documentary film on the history of the Berlin wall, the evening’s program will feature panel of speakers who will share both personal and professional perspectives on the wall. Two speakers (Eveline Kehlert and Fabian Klein) will share their lived experience, while two others (Dr. Winson Chu and Sigurd Piwek) will discuss the wall’s significance from historical and pedagogical perspectives.
The event is on Sunday, November 9, in Curtin 175, at 6 p.m.; it is free and open to the public.