Timely events

Cultural events

Dirk Neubauer

Thu, 19th May 2022
8:00 pm

A mayor from Saxony finds: Democracy no longer reaches the people. Dirk Neubauer wants to change that. His way out … →

Cultural events, Library

Classics Book Club – Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

Fri, 20th May 2022
6:30 pm

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

Cultural events

Big Tech under control?

Sun, 22nd May 2022
5:00 pm

Ever since blocks on social media like Telegram have been discussed politically, it has been clear that hate and agitation … →

Library, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 23rd May 2022
4:30 pm

This workshop series introduces children (ages 7 – 9) to tough-looking scientific concepts through storytelling and child-led, hands-on experimentation. The … →

Cultural events

Psycho Talks

Mon, 23rd May 2022
8:00 pm

Whether it’s Corona, armed conflicts or the climate crisis. All crises are about how individuals behave. Shouldn’t we therefore place … →

Cultural events

Klaus Dörre

Tue, 24th May 2022
8:00 pm

Survey research shows that male workers in particular have a far above-average presence among sympathizers of radical right-wing parties and … →

Cultural events, Library, U20

Story Time for Kids – Fun at the Zoo

Wed, 25th May 2022
4:00 pm

Story Time is for children ages 3 to 5 who are familiar with English or have a bilingual background. Come … →
Hybrid event & free Youtube stream

Cultural events

Does clicking make you smart?

Wed, 25th May 2022
8:00 pm

They are sometimes called “science influencers” because instead of presenting personal or products digitally, they are concerned with facts and … →

Toddler Time – Zoom zoom

Sat, 28th May 2022
11:00 am

Toddler Time provides a space for English-speaking and multilingual families who have toddlers to come read, play, chat and enjoy … →

Cultural events, U20

Expedition to Antarctica

Sat, 28th May 2022
2:00 pm

As part of World Ocean Day, we are embarking on an expedition to the world of icebergs and penguins at … →

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Timely events

Cultural events

Dirk Neubauer

Thu, 19th May 2022
8:00 pm

A mayor from Saxony finds: Democracy no longer reaches the people. Dirk Neubauer wants to change that. His way out … →

Cultural events, Library

Classics Book Club – Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck

Fri, 20th May 2022
6:30 pm

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

Cultural events

Big Tech under control?

Sun, 22nd May 2022
5:00 pm

Ever since blocks on social media like Telegram have been discussed politically, it has been clear that hate and agitation … →

Library, U20

Little Scientists in the Library Lab

Mon, 23rd May 2022
4:30 pm

This workshop series introduces children (ages 7 – 9) to tough-looking scientific concepts through storytelling and child-led, hands-on experimentation. The … →

Cultural events

Psycho Talks

Admission is free.

Mon, 23rd May 2022
8:00 pm

Whether it’s Corona, armed conflicts or the climate crisis. All crises are about how individuals behave. Shouldn’t we therefore place … →

Cultural events

Klaus Dörre

Tue, 24th May 2022
8:00 pm

Survey research shows that male workers in particular have a far above-average presence among sympathizers of radical right-wing parties and … →

Cultural events, Library, U20

Story Time for Kids – Fun at the Zoo

Admission is free.

Wed, 25th May 2022
4:00 pm

Story Time is for children ages 3 to 5 who are familiar with English or have a bilingual background. Come … →
Hybrid event & free Youtube stream

Cultural events

Does clicking make you smart?

Wed, 25th May 2022
8:00 pm

They are sometimes called “science influencers” because instead of presenting personal or products digitally, they are concerned with facts and … →

Toddler Time – Zoom zoom

Admission is free.

Sat, 28th May 2022
11:00 am

Toddler Time provides a space for English-speaking and multilingual families who have toddlers to come read, play, chat and enjoy … →

Cultural events, U20

Expedition to Antarctica

Admission is free.

Sat, 28th May 2022
2:00 pm

As part of World Ocean Day, we are embarking on an expedition to the world of icebergs and penguins at … →

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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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