Detroit

COPENHAGEN IN DETROIT SYMPOSIUM, MONDAY, APRIL 1

A free symposium will be held on Monday April 1 in conjunction with the Detroit performance of Michael Frayn’s play Copenhagen. Copenhagen will be playing in Detroit at the Fisher Theatre from Tuesday April 2 until Sunday April 21.

The Detroit Copenhagen symposium and reception will take place on Monday, April 1, 2002 from 6:00 PM until 9:30 PM, DETROIT SCIENCE CENTER, John R and Warren Avenues, Daimler-Chrysler Science Stage

Sponsored by the Detroit Science Center. WSU Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, WSU Department of Physics; MIT Club of SE Michigan, Energy Conversion Devices, Al and Harriet Saperstein

OPEN HOUSE AT THE DETROIT SCIENCE CENTER:

6:00 – 7:00 PM: Explore the science center and enjoy some light refreshments.

SYMPOSIUM TITLE: FROM A-BOMB TO ANTHRAX: SCIENCE SOCIETY AND TERRORISM

Moderator: Edward R. Griffor, MIT Alumni/ae Club of SE Michigan

Al Saperstein, Professor of Physics, Wayne State University

Title: Remarks on the Science/Technological Background of Copenhagen

Paul L. Rose, Professor of Jewish History, Penn State University

Title: Copenhagen Interpretation/ Heisenberg Version

Verne Ehlers, Ph.D., U.S. Congressman, House Subcommittee on Environment, Technology and Standards

Title: Remarks on Science and Society: The Relevance of Issues of the Play:

Copenhagen and Today’s World

Hank Stratton,Actor, Plays Werner Heisenberg in Copenhagen

Title: Remarks on Science, Politics, and the Theater

Audience Participation,

Moderator: Jack Lessenberry, WSU Journalism Dept.

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Alvin M. Saperstein, Union of Concerned Scientists

1707 H St. NW, #600, Washington, DC 20006

(202) 223-6133, x 108, asaperstein@ucsusa.org

Brian Schwartz, The Graduate Center, CUNY, (212) 817-7521 bschwartz@gc.cuny.edu