The 'Psychogeography' Of Berlin James Der Derian, a Bosch Public Policy Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin, was working on a project at the Academy when he heard about an effort to negotiate a Berlin Memorial honoring American President Ronald Reagan.
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The 'Psychogeography' Of Berlin

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The 'Psychogeography' Of Berlin

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James Der Derian was working on a book about his documentary film Human Terrain at the American Academy in Berlin when he heard about an effort to negotiate a Berlin Memorial honoring American President Ronald Reagan.

Der Derian recently spoke at the Academy about his findings, as well as Quantum Diplomacy, German-American relations, and a "Psychogeography" of Berlin.

James Der Derian is Professor of Research at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. He was a Bosch Public Policy Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin.