Berlin-Washington, 1800-2000

Capital Cities, Cultural Representation, and National Identities

March 30-April 02, 2000
Conference at the GHI
[Bulletin 27, Fall 2000, pp.155-169]

Conveners: Andreas W. Daum, GHI; Christof Mauch, GHI.

Participants: Carl Abbott, Portland State University; Peter Alter, University of Duisburg; Celia Applegate, University of Rochester; Lucy Barber, University of California at Davis; Kenneth Bowling, George Washington University; Malve Burns, GHI; Roger Chickering, Georgetown University; Michael S. Cullen, Der Tagesspiegel; Belinda Davis, Rutgers University at New Brunswick; Marion F. Deshmukh, George Mason University; Steven Digiacomantonia, George Washington University; Johannes Dillinger, GHI; Steven J. Diner, Rutgers University at Newark; Christoph Eichhorn, German Embassy, Washington, D.C.; Helen Eichhorn, German Embassy, Washington, D.C.; Walter Erhart, University of Greifswald; Cynthia R. Field, Smithsonian Institution; Marc Fisher, Washington Post; Barbara Franco, Historical Society of Washington, D.C.; Steve Frank, National Building Muesum, Washington, D.C.; Stephen S. Fuller, George Mason University; Robert Garris, SAIS at Johns Hopkins University; Martin H. Geyer, University of Munich; Howard Gillette Jr., Rutgers University at Camden; Thomas Goebel, GHI; Cordula Grewe, GHI; Susanne Hauser, Humboldt University of Berlin; Michael Hayse, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; Peter Jelavich, University of Texas at Austin; Jürgen Kaube, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung; James Kelling, U.S. National Archives; Volker Kirchberg, Free University of Berlin; Douglas Klahr, Brown University; Kathrin Klein, GHI; Jane Kramer, New Yorker; Brian Ladd, Altamont, N.Y.; Alan H. Lessoff, Texas A&M University; Jane F. Levey, Washington History; Vera Lind, GHI; Richard Longstreth, George Mason University; Daniel Mattern, GHI; Joseph Nasr, Washington, D.C.; Sabina Niedenhoeft, Smithsonian Institution; Christian F. Otto, Cornell University; Uta Poiger, University of Washington; Wolfgang Ribbe, Free University of Berlin; Ralf Roth, University of Frankfurt; Waltraud Schelkle, Free University of Berlin; Dietmar Schirmer, Cornell University; Wolfgang Schivelbusch, New York, N.Y.; Katharina Schmitt, University of Bonn; Pamela Scott, Cornell University; Rita Seidt, German Embassy, Washington, D.C.; Simone Seym, Catholic University; Wolfgang Sonne, Technical University of Zurich; James Srodes, Washington, D.C.; Frank Stern, Georgetown University; Nathan Stoltzfus, Florida State University; Egon Verheyen, George Mason University; Janet Ward, University of Colorado at Boulder.