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MARIA STARZMANN, Ph.D.

Project Manager United Nations

Maria Theresia Starzmann was born in Bad Reichenhall, Germany. She joined the RLS–NYC team after completing a Volkswagen Fellowship at MoMA PS1. Maria holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Binghamton University and has lectured at universities in Berlin, Brno, and Montreal. In 2016, she co-edited Excavating Memory: Sites of Remembering and Forgetting which was nominated for the National Council on Public History Book Award.

READ Maria’s blog post on Celebrating 150 Years of Karl Marx’s “Capital” (English, Deutsch)

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NUCLEAR POWER AND CLIMATE ACTION

New publication by Tim Judson. When nuclear power started to develop into an ever more important source of electric energy during the second half of the twentieth century, there grew widespread optimism regarding the potential of this seemingly unlimited, clean and, in the long run, economic resource. The unresolved problem of how to dispose of nuclear waste—which degrades...
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NUCLEAR POWER AND CLIMATE ACTION

New publication by Tim Judson. When nuclear power started to develop into an ever more important source of electric energy during the second half of the twentieth century, there grew widespread optimism regarding the potential of this seemingly unlimited, clean and, in the long run, economic resource. The unresolved problem of how to dispose of nuclear waste—which degrades very slowly, with a half-life of up to 15.7 million years—existed from......
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