Transatlantic Project Partners
The following cultural institutions in Washington DC and Heilbronn have worked in partnership to plan and realize the Adolf Cluss exhibits and projects:
Numerous persons are involved with suggestions and work on the Adolf Cluss Project. Below follow only the names of those who are not working in one of the cultural institutions listed above.
Project Team Washington D.C.
Project Director Dr. Joseph Browne, Washington D.C.
Tanya Edwards Beauchamp, architectural historian, Great Falls, VA
Carolyn Cross, Washington D.C.
Verena Herrmann, Student at the FH Heilbronn
Charles Lancaster, sculptor, Washington D.C.
Harriet Lesser, exhibition curator, Washington D.C.
Prof. Dr. Alan Lessoff, Illinois State University
Project Team Heilbronn
The architecture firms: Bechler & Krummlauf, Herzog & Herzog, Mattes & Partner and Müller, Heilbronn
Dr. Regina Bormann, Beilstein
Manuel Carrara, Student on the Software Engineering Team, FH Heilbronn
Dr. Peter Cluss, Neckarsulm
Sarah Jane Dixon, Student (Major: Germanic and Slovic Studies), Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
Peer Friedel and the colleagues at Creativteam Friedel, Heilbronn
Prof. Dr. Angela Koch, FH Heilbronn (branch Künzelsau)
Heidi und Helmut Kopetzky, Fulda
Dr. Carolyn McConnell, Heilbronn
Rudolf and Marion de Millas, Mannheim
Ines Müller, Student at the BWL for Culture and Tourism Management, FH Heilbronn (branch Künzelsau)
Kate Pierce-McManamon, Fulbright Scholar (Research in Modern German History) at the Technical University of Dresden
Prof. Dr. Erika Spiegel, University of Heidelberg
Public administrators and workers in Heilbronn
Dr. Lothar Wieser, Mannheim
Prof. Dr. Jörg Winckler, FH Heilbronn