Interactive lecture for the whole family
On Wed, 25 May, the science tuber Mirko Drotschmann, Cedric Engels and Lisa Ruhfus will be with us. The three are THE media enlighteners and "smart alecks" of the digital world. As YouTubers, they convey complicated scientific facts in an understandable and entertaining way to a primarily younger audience. The event is a unique opportunity for children and young people to experience 'MrWissen2go', 'Doktor Whatson' and 'die klugscheisserin' live and a rare opportunity for parents and teachers to take a look at where young people get their knowledge about today's world. And to say it right from the start: Clicking can also make you smart.
Equality between politics, patriarchy and parity
The new class justice
Thu, 19th May 20228:00 pm
Cultural events, Library
Fri, 20th May 20226:30 pm
Sun, 22nd May 20225:00 pm
Mon, 23rd May 20224:30 pm
Mon, 23rd May 20228:00 pm
Tue, 24th May 20228:00 pm
Cultural events, Library, U20
Wed, 25th May 20224:00 pm
Wed, 25th May 20228:00 pm
Sat, 28th May 202211:00 am
Cultural events, U20
Sat, 28th May 20222:00 pm
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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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