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Today, at the , entrepreneur discussed and women in the technology sector. Afterward, she got on the eco-friendly bicycle.
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In the next three days we will take you to the . People from all over the world will talk about the great changes of our epoch, for example and .
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Anna Schweiger-Hassert from the talks to Daniel Benmergui, and at the about storytelling: from walking simulators to indie .
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Goethe-Institut Jun 19
The Kultursymposium in Weimar starts today: Over the next few days, more than 300 international guests from the fields of culture, economics, science, media and politics will discuss the major changes of our time.
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Goethe-Institut Jun 19
The artist Julia Steinigeweg negotiates in her works the relationship between and . For example, she photographs copies. We are meeting Julia at the for an interview. What do you want to ask her?
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Goethe-Institut Jun 18
Ágnes Heller advocates for a cultural elite that is characterized by “spiritual accomplishment, promotion of human dignity and understanding” – as an important anchor of .
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Goethe-Institut Jun 18
The Uprising is a reason to celebrate, but also to continue fighting for . The differences between the movements in and the are fascinating. will be on view at the until 3 August.
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Goethe-Institut Jun 17
How dangerous is AI - and how will it change our lives? , Professor of Artificial Intelligence, will talk about it with you at the Culture Symposium . We are meeting him for an interview! What do you want to know from him?
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Goethe-Institut Jun 14
You've been on the train for the Holidays? Then maybe this is just right for you! Julius Fischer reflects on travellers who shatter his nerve and that are just as hateable. Have a good trip! 🚈
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Goethe-Institut Jun 13
“For me, the roots of Bolsonaro’s political momentum lie in the past six traumatic years Brazilians have gone through.” about the wave of in . Join the :
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Goethe-Institut Jun 9
Alexander von has many enthusiastic supporters, but also some critics. On the science superstar’s 250th birthday, experts warn that his greatness as a person has been exaggerated, though no one disputes his accomplishments as a researcher.
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Goethe-Institut Jun 7
Why is Bauhaus called Bauhaus? What does Bauhaus architecture look like? And who was Ise Frank? For its 100th birthday we present three books about the phenomenon .
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Goethe-Institut Jun 7
"For me, literature is first and foremost a moral field of activity. Those who read more can see more, feel more and know more." Videoportrait about winner ():
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Goethe-Institut Jun 6
Moin, Moin! travels for you to . There she visits the “Zuhör-Kiosk” and an alternative housing project. Ask Rahel your question on – and a package from Hamburg!
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Goethe-Institut Jun 6
Replying to @GI_worldwide
Uh, the tweet shows a completely wrong photo that has nothing to do with the linked article. Even though the two figures in the picture also look strange: the article does not deal with hand puppets!
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Goethe-Institut Jun 6
"By interacting with mainstream society in Germany and the way it deals with history, I was able to deal with my own history and that of my country of origin much better." Videoportrait about winner :
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Goethe-Institut Jun 5
On a very ordinary day: strange-looking people on a bus. How does the civilized city dweller behave at the sight of them? - Maximilian has thought about it.
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Goethe-Institut Jun 5
Environmental policy was the main theme of the . Could small countries like Finland do something for the climate beyond their borders without the ? What are you doing for the Environment?
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Goethe-Institut Jun 4
"Making movies when you haven't studied film really keeps you on your toes. I like that because it makes you very nervous and not so comfortable." A video portrait of -Medaille winner :
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