APS News

April 2002 (Volume 11, Number 4)

"Copenhagen" Cast Meets Protagonists' Progeny

Copenhagen
Photo courtesy of Ken Shipp
On March 2, in connection with the play Copenhagen’s Washington DC run, a daylong symposium was held that reviewed the science, the history, and the theatrical aspects of the real events and their artistic representation. Shown here at a reception the previous evening are (l to r): Jochen H. Heisenberg, the son of Werner Heisenberg; Hank Stratton, who plays Heisenberg in Copenhagen; Mariette Hartley, who plays Niels Bohr’s wife Margrethe; Len Cariou, who plays Niels Bohr; and Vilhelm A. Bohr, son of Aage Bohr and grandson of Niels Bohr. A picture of Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr in conversation hangs behind them.

The three sessions of the symposium were recorded. To order the set of three tapes (about 2 hours each) send a check, made payable to “The Graduate Center”, for $35 (this includes postage in the US), to this address: Brian Schwartz, The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10016

Copies of some of the papers presented at the symposium can be accessed at http://web.gc.cuny.edu/ashp/nml/artsci.

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April 2002 (Volume 11, Number 4)

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Executive Board Expresses Concern Over Funding Imbalance In Bush Administration's Fy2003 Budget Request
Outlook On FY2003 Budget Bills
Task Force To Weigh Pros And Cons Of Topical Groups
APS Establishes Task Force On Countering Terrorism
Preposterous Public Lecture Highlights Albuquerque Meeting
APS Extends Free Journal Access And Membership To Argentina
"Copenhagen" Cast Meets Protagonists' Progeny
Letters
Viewpoint
The Back Page
This Month in Physics History
Members in the Media
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science
Inside the Beltway: A Washington Analysis
Focus on Committees