Timely events

Online event

Cultural events

Susan Neiman

Sun, 5th July 2020
8:15 pm

How can societies deal with the evil of their own history? Can – politically speaking – something be learned from … →
Hybrid event

Cultural events

From the tree?

Wed, 8th July 2020
8:00 pm

It is not only the American president who is counting on reforestation if a “Trillion Tree Act” is to soothe … →

Library

Book Club: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Fri, 10th July 2020
6:30 pm

Are you a literature lover or an aspiring reader? Are you looking for a way to brush up your English … →
Hybrid event

Bilgin Ayata

Sun, 12th July 2020
5:00 pm

How does the corona pandemic affect the ongoing debate on how to deal with flight and migration in Europe? One … →

Europeans in conversation

Mon, 13th July 2020
7:00 pm

The Europeans in conversation with the great salon tradition in Germany to discuss what can be described as European identity. … →

Library

Sewing Café – Sewing Café

Tue, 14th July 2020
4:00 pm

Our sewing café makes sewing accessible to everyone. Whether you want to connect with others who share your passion for … →

Library, U20

Story Time for Kids – The Way We Feel

Wed, 15th July 2020
4:00 pm

Story Time is for children ages 3 to 5 who are familiar with English or have a bilingual background. Come, … →

Library

Makerspace

Wed, 15th July 2020
6:00 pm

The Makerspace provides the public with technology and equipment to enable creative individuals to collaborate with others and develop their … →

Library

International Women’s Club

Wed, 15th July 2020
7:00 pm

The International Women’s Club is designed to bring together women of all nationalities who are interested in speaking English. Social … →
Online event

Cultural events

Marina Weisband & Melek Balgün

Wed, 15th July 2020
8:15 pm

Hate and hate in social media and on the net are increasing more and more. Politicians are threatened, journalists intimidated … →

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Timely events

Online event

Cultural events

Susan Neiman

Admission is free.

Sun, 5th July 2020
8:15 pm

How can societies deal with the evil of their own history? Can – politically speaking – something be learned from … →
Hybrid event

Cultural events

From the tree?

Wed, 8th July 2020
8:00 pm

It is not only the American president who is counting on reforestation if a “Trillion Tree Act” is to soothe … →

Library

Book Club: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Admission is free.

Fri, 10th July 2020
6:30 pm

Are you a literature lover or an aspiring reader? Are you looking for a way to brush up your English … →
Hybrid event

Bilgin Ayata

Sun, 12th July 2020
5:00 pm

How does the corona pandemic affect the ongoing debate on how to deal with flight and migration in Europe? One … →

Europeans in conversation

Mon, 13th July 2020
7:00 pm

The Europeans in conversation with the great salon tradition in Germany to discuss what can be described as European identity. … →

Library

Sewing Café – Sewing Café

Tue, 14th July 2020
4:00 pm

Our sewing café makes sewing accessible to everyone. Whether you want to connect with others who share your passion for … →

Library, U20

Story Time for Kids – The Way We Feel

Admission is free.

Wed, 15th July 2020
4:00 pm

Story Time is for children ages 3 to 5 who are familiar with English or have a bilingual background. Come, … →

Library

Makerspace

Admission is free.

Wed, 15th July 2020
6:00 pm

The Makerspace provides the public with technology and equipment to enable creative individuals to collaborate with others and develop their … →

Library

International Women’s Club

Wed, 15th July 2020
7:00 pm

The International Women’s Club is designed to bring together women of all nationalities who are interested in speaking English. Social … →
Online event

Cultural events

Marina Weisband & Melek Balgün

Wed, 15th July 2020
8:15 pm

Hate and hate in social media and on the net are increasing more and more. Politicians are threatened, journalists intimidated … →

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Noam Chomsky "Corona and beyond"

The corona crisis today forces us to make drastic changes in perspective - but what possible worlds are facing us, what 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 relations, value systems and human living conditions. Even during the ongoing global crisis around Covid-19, we took a look with him at possible scenarios for the future: How do the ghosts released by the Corona crisis work? In what light do peacekeeping measures, the threat of nuclear war and climate change appear? What possible scenarios are the result of 90 years of life experience and the lifelong vigilant observation and scientific treatment of world history?

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