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CANCELLED: diejungeakademie@Grassimuseum

 

Unfortunately the event is cancelled due to the spread of the coronavirus. With this step we as a public institution are reacting to the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute to reduce social contacts in order to delay the further spread of the virus as much as possible. We hope to be able to make up for the event at a later date.


 


"Community" - Short films in discussion

On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Die Junge Akademie invites you to an evening of short films and discussions as part of the series diejungeakademie@. Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck (director of the Berlinale Shorts and co-founder of the shorts/salon) and Isabel Schellinger (clinician-scientist at the University of Leipzig Medical Center and member of Die Junge Akademie) Together with filmmakers and experts, the audience is invited to dive into the topic of "Community" through conversation.

The event is part of the activities surrounding the 20th anniversary of Die Junge Akademie. Admission is free of charge. The minimum age for admission to the events is 18. The event will be held in German.

 
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Spring Conference

 

The fifty members of Die Junge Akademie meet three times a year in alternating cities for the Spring Conference. This year the Spring Conference takes place in Potsdam.


 


 

  • Thursday, 19.03.2020 - Saturday, 21.03.2020
  • Potsdam
  • Internal
 
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CANCELLED: diejungeakademie@Berlinale Spotlight: Berlinale Shorts

 

Unfortunately the event is cancelled due to the spread of the coronavirus. With this step we as a public institution are reacting to the recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute to reduce social contacts in order to delay the further spread of the virus as much as possible. We hope to be able to make up for the event at a later date.


 


 


"Censorship" - Short films in discussion
What does censorship mean concretely, in art, in everyday life, in one's own thinking?

On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Die Junge Akademie invites you to an evening of short films and discussions as part of the series diejungeakademie@. The programme was curated by Nausikaä El-Mecky (art historian at the University of Pompeu Fabra and member of Die Junge Akademie) in cooperation with Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck (co-founder of the shorts/salon & director of the Berlinale Shorts). Together with filmmakers and experts, the audience is invited to dive into the topic of "censorship" through conversation.

The event is part of the activities surrounding the 20th anniversary of Die Junge Akademie. Admission is free of charge. The minimum age for admission to the events is 18. The event will be held in German. Interested?

 
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CANCELLED: diejungeakademie@DeutschesHygiene-Museum

 

Unfortunately, due to the current risk situation caused by the coronavirus, today's lecture at Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden with Philipp Kanske on "The Social Brain" will be cancelled. We hope to be able to make up for the event at a later date.


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The social brain

How we understand what others think and feel

Philipp Kanske, Speaker of Die Junge Akademie and psychologist and neuroscientist at the Technical University of Dresden, visits the Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden as part of the event series diejungeakademie@.

How do we understand what other people think? How do we manage to empathise with others? Our ability to move in social communities depends on having access to these inner, unobservable states of others. The evening will highlight how social neuroscience explores our brain's ability to empathise and adopt perspective. Does the brain reflect what is going on in others? Or does it build abstract theories? People also differ greatly in how well they can think and feel and how problems contribute to the development of mental disorders. During the evening, we will briefly try out practical ways of practising these skills.


The event will be held in German. Admission is free. Interested? Simply register: Facebook event of the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden

 
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Workshop "Limits to Freedom of Speech at the University"

 

The Research Group Cultures of Debate is organising a workshop on the subject of "Limits to Freedom of Speech at the University".

  • Friday, 21.02.2020
  • Berlin
  • Internal
 
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Cha(lle)nging Perspectives with Harald Schmidt

 

The research group "Popular Culture(s)" of Die Junge Akademie is hosting an evening with Harald Schmidt.


The event is open to the public. Ticket is required.


Free tickets here: https://challenging-perspectives-harald-schmidt.eventbrite.de/?aff=JAwebsite


More information: https://2020.diejungeakademie.de/

  • Thursday, 20.02.2020
  • Berlin
  • PublicAnniversary 2020
 
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