10.ilb - 15.09 bis 26.10.10 - Focus Osteuropa
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Science and the Humanities

The section Science and the Humanities is about presenting and sharing scientific insights, approaches, and contentions. Over the last few years the festival has gained considerable experience in bringing together scientists and writers as part of the »Science Year 2015 – City of the Future« initiative. Science and the Humanities focusses on creating awareness about the scientific work being carried out in Berlin, but is also about invigorating the interaction between scientists from other countries and continents. In the long term we also intend to expand the range of themes covered within the festival to include, for instance, issues concerning major national newspapers while maintaining our focus on literature.
07.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Ulrich Dirnagl and Jochen Müller [Germany]: »Ich glaub, mich trifft der Schlag« Professor meets Science Slammer: About the Brain
06.09. / 20:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] introduces »Erste Erde. Epos«
07.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] discusses with Josef Gassner [Germany] the Big Bang
08.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Thomas Bührke [Germany] discuss the Origin of the Solar System and the Earth
09.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Helmut Weissert [Switzerland] discuss the Origin of the Emerged Land and the Mineral Evolution
10.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and William Martin [USA/Germany] discuss the Origin of Life in the Sea
11.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Joachim Reitner [Germany] discuss the Origin of our Eucaryotic Cells in the Sea
12.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Detlev Arendt [Germany] discuss the Origin of Multi-Cellular Life in the Sea and the Sensory Organs
16.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Miriam Noël Haidle [Germany] discuss Origin of Human Culture
13.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Michael Krings [Germany] discuss the Origin of Plants
15.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Klaus Addicks [Germany] discuss the Origin of Humankind
14.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Raoul Schrott [Austria] and Thomas Martin [Germany] discuss the Origin of Reptiles and Mammals
12.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Buchhändlerkeller / Science and the Humanities John-Dylan Haynes [Germany/UK] talks about the Language of the Brain: Consciousness, Art and Subjectivity
06.09. / 21:00 Uhr / Haus der Berliner Festspiele / Science and the Humanities Dietmar Schmitz [Germany] lehrt uns die Ehrfurcht vor dem Gehirn
08.09. / 21:00 Uhr / Institut Français / Science and the Humanities Hans-Jörg Rheinberger [Switzerland/Germany]: »Der Kupferstecher und der Philosoph«
13.09. / 19:00 Uhr / Buchhändlerkeller / Science and the Humanities Merle Kröger [Germany]: »Havarie«
13.09. / 21:00 Uhr / Buchhändlerkeller / Science and the Humanities Merle Kröger [Germany] and Sunke Schmidtko [Germany] discuss »Das Purpurmeer«
14.09. / 18:00 Uhr / Institut Français / Science and the Humanities Max-Planck-Forum Lecture: Antje Meyer: Ganz Ohr! Was passiert im Kopf, wenn wir miteinander sprechen?