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7th Literature Autumn Heidelberg

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Shit, she understands me!

Sun, 19th September 2021
11:00 am

“A person with a different skin color simply has to come from somewhere else, not understand the language, and be … →

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Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 20th September 2021
4:30 pm

This workshop series introduces children ages 7 to 10 to tough-looking scientific concepts through storytelling and child-led, hands-on experimentation. The … →

Cultural events

Europeans under discussion

Mon, 20th September 2021
7:00 pm

Europeans in Conversation takes up the great salon tradition in Germany to discuss what can be circumscribed as European identity: … →

Cultural events

self-deception of the middle classes

Tue, 21st September 2021
8:00 pm

Germany is a class society: wealth and income are very unequally distributed. Corona has once again exacerbated this division. But … →

Library

International Women’s Brunch

Wed, 22nd September 2021
11:00 am

The DAI library is an international space to meet with people and learn about new things – and closely linked … →

Love without suffering?

Wed, 22nd September 2021
8:00 pm

To combine philosophy and life means to ask questions and to know that, depending on perspective and motivation, there can … →

Cultural events

Isabelle Autissier

Thu, 23rd September 2021
8:00 pm

Murmansk, north of the Arctic Circle. For the first time, Juri, who has long since been living in North America … →

Jazzclub Heidelberg at the DAI

Fri, 24th September 2021
8:00 pm

In the Shamgunova Quartet, the harmony instrument is replaced with a wind player, thus creating quite unheard-of freedoms. Because two … →

Cultural events

Musical Sunday

Sun, 26th September 2021
11:00 am

In the male-dominated music business, female composers were long regarded as marginal phenomena that were hardly to be taken seriously, … →

Cultural events, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 27th September 2021
4:30 pm

This workshop series introduces children ages 7 to 10 to tough-looking scientific concepts through storytelling and child-led, hands-on experimentation. The … →

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Timely events

7th Literature Autumn Heidelberg

Cultural events

Shit, she understands me!

Admission is free.

Sun, 19th September 2021
11:00 am

“A person with a different skin color simply has to come from somewhere else, not understand the language, and be … →

Cultural events, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 20th September 2021
4:30 pm

This workshop series introduces children ages 7 to 10 to tough-looking scientific concepts through storytelling and child-led, hands-on experimentation. The … →

Cultural events

Europeans under discussion

Mon, 20th September 2021
7:00 pm

Europeans in Conversation takes up the great salon tradition in Germany to discuss what can be circumscribed as European identity: … →

Cultural events

self-deception of the middle classes

Tue, 21st September 2021
8:00 pm

Germany is a class society: wealth and income are very unequally distributed. Corona has once again exacerbated this division. But … →

Library

International Women’s Brunch

Admission is free.

Wed, 22nd September 2021
11:00 am

The DAI library is an international space to meet with people and learn about new things – and closely linked … →

Love without suffering?

Wed, 22nd September 2021
8:00 pm

To combine philosophy and life means to ask questions and to know that, depending on perspective and motivation, there can … →

Cultural events

Isabelle Autissier

Thu, 23rd September 2021
8:00 pm

Murmansk, north of the Arctic Circle. For the first time, Juri, who has long since been living in North America … →

Jazzclub Heidelberg at the DAI

Fri, 24th September 2021
8:00 pm

In the Shamgunova Quartet, the harmony instrument is replaced with a wind player, thus creating quite unheard-of freedoms. Because two … →

Cultural events

Musical Sunday

Sun, 26th September 2021
11:00 am

In the male-dominated music business, female composers were long regarded as marginal phenomena that were hardly to be taken seriously, … →

Cultural events, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 27th September 2021
4:30 pm

This workshop series introduces children ages 7 to 10 to tough-looking scientific concepts through storytelling and child-led, hands-on experimentation. The … →

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Noam Chomsky "Corona and beyond."

The Corona crisis is forcing us to make drastic changes of perspective today - but which possible worlds are in store for us, which are even conceivable? Noam Chomsky, born in 1928 and one of the leading intellectuals of our day, is himself an eyewitness, astute analyst and interpreter of the global upheavals of the 20th and 21st centuries, of shifts in global power and economic relationships, value structures and human living conditions. While the global crisis over Covid-19 was still ongoing, we joined him in taking a look at possible scenarios for the future: How do the ghosts unleashed by the Corona crisis work? In what light do peacekeeping measures, the threat of nuclear war and climate change appear? What possible scenarios do 90 years of life experience and a lifetime of wide-awake observation and scientific treatment of world history coagulate into?

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