202. Goethe (1890) and Schiller (1886), Heinrich Carl Johan Manger

"Goethe". Photo Caitlin Martin © 2010 for the Association for Public Art
"Schiller". Photo Caitlin Martin © 2010 for the Association for Public Art
Voices heard in this program:

LILIANE WEISSBURG is Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the co-author of Cultural Memory and the Construction of Identity (with Dan Ben-Amos).

HARDY VON AUENMUELLER is Chairman of the Board of The German Society of Pennsylvania, founded in 1764 to assist German immigrants. Today the organization furthers the understanding of German and German-American contributions to American history and culture.

HEINZ-UWE HAUS is an internationally renowned theater director who was born and educated in Germany. Haus now teaches at the University of Delaware. He is the author of Performing and Performance.

Segment Producer: Jonathan Mitchell