Keynote Event: The Wall in Our Heads Public Conversation with Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic, the New York Times, and Paul M.
The Wall in Our Heads: American Artists and the Berlin Wall commemorates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the reunification of Germany and reflects on legacies of division in American culture.
From body image, to gentrification, to nationalism and war, to Zionism and Judaism, to heartbreak and healing, Una Aya Osato's award-winning play broadens audiences' understanding of the world in accessible, funny, and profound ways.
Join us for a conversation addressing issues such as state/organized crime violence, public education, political reforms, justice and accountability, as well as the impact of Ayotzinapa case in Mexican government's policy, and social movements denouncing human rights violations.
The Wall in Our Heads Haverford College faculty conversation and walkthrough.