Anja Vogel

Adjunct Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics at Cal State Long Beach

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Adjunct Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics at Cal State University, Long Beach; she lived behind the Berlin Wall until she was 16, and experienced the wende (German for "turning point") personally

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