A Celebration of Central and East European Nobel Laureates

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Curator Ksenya Kiebuzinski provides an introduction and overview to the exhibition "Maximum Imaginativeness"
Power Point presentation of Women in History exhibit.
An exhibition on female political leaders of central and eastern Europe.

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