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MVA Webinar: What we talk about when we talk about the Moon?

June 23, 2020 @ 17:00 18:00 CEST

MVA Webinar hosted by the Cultural Considerations Working Group


  1. Introduction- Remo Rapetti
  2. Prof. Stefano Catucci: “What we talk about when we talk about the Moon”
  3. Michelle Hanlon, Co-Founder and President, For All Moonkind:” Why protect the bootprints? A look at the legal and social issues that intersect the past and the future”

Arthur Woods will lead the discussion.



Prof. Stefano Catucci, University of Rome
Prof. Catucci teaches Aesthetics in the Faculty of Architecture and is the author of the book “Learning from the Moon” (Quodlibet, Rome, 2013. The book is available only in Italian). The book analyzes the paradoxes of the imminent transformation of the Moon into a museum and tries to better understand the logic of tourism and our fetishistic relation with the remnants of our past.

Michelle Hanlon, Co-Founder and President, For All Moonkind:
For All Moonkind, Inc. is a  non-profit organization that seeks to protect each of the six human lunar landing and similar sites in outer space as part of our common human heritage. Website:

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