Phenomenological Encounters: Scenes from Central Europe
This projects explores the role of phenomenology—and later, beginning in the 1920s, of the existentialism that grows out of phenomenology—in East-Central Europe through World War II and the Stalinist years; the attempts in the late 1950s and 1960s to create a revisionist Marxism; and
Moral Values and Civil Society: Philosophical and Political Views of Krzysztof Michalski and Marek Siemek
The aim of the project is to conduct a critical comparative analysis of Krzysztof Michalski's and Marek Siemek's philosophical and political views in the context of Polish transformation and Poland's path to the European Union.
Communist Albania developed a perfidious propaganda tool: the "Letters of the People". Without having to deal with bureaucratic obstacles, every citizen could personally address the First Secretary of the "Party of Labour" by writing him a letter.
Do not Ask Who We Are but how We Act – Conceptualising Collectivity with Les Groupes Medvedkine, Scuola senza Fine and Precarias a la Deriva
The research project examines notions of collectivity, based on three cinematic-political practices: In 1967 filmmakers and striking factory workers meet in Besançon, France, and founded Les Groupes Medvedkine - collectively
New "Made in IWM": Slovenian Translation of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century
When non-fiction tops the list: 149 books in translation enabled by the Institute’s Paul Celan program
This month, IWM Permanent Fellow Ludger Hagedorn introduces our "Made in IWM" piece. He interviewed Vesna Velkovrh Bukilica, a Paul Celan Fellow at the IWM in 2015, and the translator of the…
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