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Cultural events

Jazzclub at the DAI Heidelberg

Sat, 16th October 2021
8:00 pm

Albert Mangelsdorff is primarily known as an instrumentalist and improviser – a band project posthumously dedicated explicitly to his compositions … →
Not applicable

Cultural events

Not applicable: Fatima Daas

Sun, 17th October 2021
11:00 am

In France, Fatima Daas’s debut novel, The Youngest Daughter(La petite dernière), has been hailed as an eloquent story of female … →

Cultural events

Gaspard Koenig

Sun, 17th October 2021
5:00 pm

What are the social implications of a technological revolution that spans the globe and affects all facets of our coexistence? … →

Cultural events, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 18th October 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

Bernhard Schlink

Mon, 18th October 2021
8:00 pm

For Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schlink, the German lawyer, best-selling author and election campaigner for the American Democrats, who lived in … →

Cultural events

Meike Stoverock

Tue, 19th October 2021
8:00 pm

In nature, females control access to sex. In Biology, this principle is called “female choice.” Until we became sedentary, the … →

Cultural events

Foreign body

Wed, 20th October 2021
8:00 pm

The boundaries of the human body are shifting: micro- and nanobots enable direct, invasive treatment of diseased cells. Mini-brains, organoids … →

Library

Am Wortraumstrand – Writing in the LiZ

Thu, 21st October 2021
6:00 pm

You write stories, poems or other texts? You’ve wanted to write for a long time, but something always gets in … →

Cultural events

Therapy for all?

Thu, 21st October 2021
8:00 pm

With the reform of psychotherapist training, an independent course of study is being created that will newly regulate the training … →

Cultural events, Library

Classics Book Club – To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Fri, 22nd October 2021
6:30 pm

You know the big pile of books you’ve “always wanted to read”, waiting for you on the bedside table? Now … →

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Timely events

Cultural events

Jazzclub at the DAI Heidelberg

Sat, 16th October 2021
8:00 pm

Albert Mangelsdorff is primarily known as an instrumentalist and improviser – a band project posthumously dedicated explicitly to his compositions … →
Not applicable

Cultural events

Not applicable: Fatima Daas

Sun, 17th October 2021
11:00 am

In France, Fatima Daas’s debut novel, The Youngest Daughter(La petite dernière), has been hailed as an eloquent story of female … →

Cultural events

Gaspard Koenig

Sun, 17th October 2021
5:00 pm

What are the social implications of a technological revolution that spans the globe and affects all facets of our coexistence? … →

Cultural events, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 18th October 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

Bernhard Schlink

Mon, 18th October 2021
8:00 pm

For Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schlink, the German lawyer, best-selling author and election campaigner for the American Democrats, who lived in … →

Cultural events

Meike Stoverock

Tue, 19th October 2021
8:00 pm

In nature, females control access to sex. In Biology, this principle is called “female choice.” Until we became sedentary, the … →

Cultural events

Foreign body

Wed, 20th October 2021
8:00 pm

The boundaries of the human body are shifting: micro- and nanobots enable direct, invasive treatment of diseased cells. Mini-brains, organoids … →

Library

Am Wortraumstrand – Writing in the LiZ

Thu, 21st October 2021
6:00 pm

You write stories, poems or other texts? You’ve wanted to write for a long time, but something always gets in … →

Cultural events

Therapy for all?

Thu, 21st October 2021
8:00 pm

With the reform of psychotherapist training, an independent course of study is being created that will newly regulate the training … →

Cultural events, Library

Classics Book Club – To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Fri, 22nd October 2021
6:30 pm

You know the big pile of books you’ve “always wanted to read”, waiting for you on the bedside table? Now … →

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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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