Russia, Ukraine and the Chance for a Global Democratic Future
Udo Dahmen and Martin Scholz
This week we are looking forward to Deborah Feldman, who will talk about the search for identity and being Jewish in today's world. On Friday, journalist Shikiba Babori will report on the fate of Afghan women as pawns of politics as part of the 9th Literaturherbst Heidelberg. On the same evening, it will also be political and musical at the same time: Udo Dahmen and Martin Scholz will analyze Sting's poetic and political lyrics. In the coming week, we will focus on one of the major social questions at our conference World in Transition: What must be done to end the Russian war of aggression on Ukraine? What are the chances for a global democratic future? Katja Gloger, Gesine Dornblüth and Stefanie Babst will be among the speakers. We look forward to a lively exchange with you.
9. Literaturherbst Heidelberg
Wed, 27th September 202311:00 am
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