What do we dream of? This question is at the center of the Humboldt Magazin’s new issue. Which daydreams, pipe dreams, and nightmares determine our present? Students, cultural critics, and artists from South America share their thoughts in this collection.
Plastic in the oceans, forest fires in the Amazon: on Ecologues the Goethe-Institut presents constructive answers to climate change and brings together regional experts in global debates on sustainability. Above all, the question arises: How do we survive the human age?
This online magazine invites experts, artists, and authors to take part in a joint exchange. It offers local and global perspectives on postcolonialism, sustainability, post-digital cultures, feminism, and current affairs.
Have you missed previous editions of our Radical Diversity discussion series with Max Czollek and Mohamed Amjahid, or do you want to watch one of the discussions again? Now, you can browse all our previous episodes on one page!
How has Europe changed in recent years? What can history teach us about Europe today – and what should Europe be like tomorrow? Here are some essays, interviews, and debates about current European opportunities and challenges.
In this global conversation, we debate common narratives of populists in different countries: has the “elite” really lost contact with the “people”? What does it really mean to take people’s fears seriously? Let’s discuss!
A virus is showing us how globally networked and yet how fragile our public life is. What does the pandemic mean to and for each of us and for society as a whole? Here are some responses from intellectuals and artists around the world.
Worlds of Homelessness proposes an interdisciplinary and global engagement with homelessness and its connections to inequality, gentrification, racism and migration. The project creates a platform for local and international artists, architects and scholars to come together to share ideas.
The 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots gives occasion to celebrate, but also to continue the struggle for queer rights. The Goethe-Institut supports debate and remembrance with an international program.
What are the vital issues that women and feminists in Germany today consider to be of burning importance, what are they concerned about? And what else is there still to do? This is a showcase of people who are involved in the field of culture and who are dealing with the hottest feminist issues and debates of the moment.