In collaboration with Nautilus Publishing, they will be presenting important books from the publishing program on November 8th. There will also be the opportunity to talk to the authors. Whether a socialist-egalitarian vision for Europe, racial profiling as an investigative method, or Rojava, the new revolutionary place of longing for many leftists - the range of topics covered by the Nautilus books presented is broad and highly topical.
3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.: Reading with Georgiana Banita from her book Phantom Images.
The police and the suspicious stranger.4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.: Reading with Christopher Wimmer from his book Land of Utopia? Everyday life in RojavaGuests: Georgiana Banita, Christopher Wimmer
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.: Socialize councils!
Sabine Nuss and Felix Klopotek talk about the history of the council movement and the demand for socialization. While the council movement developed in opposition to the party and the union, the demand for socialization first found its way into the Weimar Constitution and later into the Basic Law, where it was woken up after decades of “Sleeping Beauty” by social movements such as Deutsche Wohnen & Co. expropriate. Is what belongs together now growing together?
Guests: Felix Klopotek, Sabine Nuss