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Kern-Martin Family Collection
LBI Book Club, Vol VII: The War of the Jews
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Milena Rinck joined LBI’s Berlin office in 2020 as the Berlin Project Assistant. She primarily works on maintaining and deepening the relationships with LBI’s German and European partners, the Jewish Communities and the German government by planning and facilitating LBI’s projects in Germany, such as conferences, exhibitions, and publications.
Before joining the LBI, Milena Rinck worked at the Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House in Berlin and Los Angeles, where she planned, supervised, and conducted cultural and academic programs and exchanges with the objective to enhance the transatlantic dialogue between Germany and the US.
Holding a Master’s degree in American History, Culture and Society with a focus on Exile Studies from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Milena Rinck is currently pursuing her PhD on Germany’s Foreign Cultural Relations and Education Policy in the US.