Installation "Ubiquity – New Perspectives on Experienced Traumata"


The audio installation on the subject of different perspectives on traumata has been developed by the sound artist and musicologist Miriam Akkermann (TU Dresden) in cooperation with Eva Alisic (University of Melbourne) and the programmer and composer Andre Bartetzki. In October and November 2019 the installation was already on display in Dresden.

  • Wednesday, 11.12.2019 - Friday, 13.12.2019
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • Public

Die Junge Akademie zu Gast bei „Pakte, nichts als Pakte... – Was braucht das deutsche Wissenschaftssystem in den 2020er Jahren?”


Bund und Länder haben viel Geld investiert, um den Wissenschaftsstandort international wettbewerbsfähig zu machen. Hat es sich gelohnt? Und was braucht es für die Zukunft? Darüber diskutieren die Spitzen des Wissenschaftssystems am 12./13. Dezember 2019 in Hannover.

  • Thursday, 12.12.2019 - Friday, 13.12.2019
  • Tagungszentrum Schloss Herrenhausen, Herrenhäuser Straße 5, 30419 Hannover
  • Public

Conference "Rebellious Teaching"


How far can you go as an educator? The Rebellious Teaching conference brings together researchers, artists, teachers and activists who use subversive, edgy methods, yet teach in schools, universities and other educational institutions and are thus funded or supported by public institutions. They show how teaching does not necessarily maintain existing structures, it can also question, or even attack, institutional and social norms. By Rebellious Teaching we mean teaching methods that cross borders, that are so didactically and conceptually innovative that they are everything but "scholarly".


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Salon Sophie Charlotte 2020


In 2020, the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities will again open its doors, inviting the public to the "Salon Sophie Charlotte" - this year on the theme of "Worldviews". The ten members of Die Junge Akademie who were admitted in the summer of 2019 are taking part in the Salon with their own campaign on the topic.

Worldviews are not only spatially and temporally limited, they are also influenced by social circumstances. Science is not exempt from this: Despite the ideal of objectivity, researchers' thoughts and actions are influenced by certain views of the world - scientific, but also non-scientific. The ten new members of Die Junge Akademie focus on scientific worldviews - and thus also on the worldviews of scientists!

  • Saturday, 18.01.2020
  • 19:00 Uhr - 23:00 Uhr
  • Berlin
  • Public

diejungeakademie@LiteraturhausLeipzig | Antigone - Myth and Modernity


The Research Group Popular Culture(s), together with the Literaturhaus Leipzig e.V., will be kicking off the event series “diejungeakademie@” as part of the 20th anniversary of Die Junge Akademie in 2020.

Five researchers, and members of Die Junge Akademie would like to place the form of Antigone against the backdrop of political events and cultural trends in society, and, from a historical, philological, literary, and philosophical standpoint, ask the question: How is she still relevant today? Excerpts will be read aloud from Friedrich Hölderlins translation of Antigone (1804): reviled as they were written, to this day controversial, but powerfully spoken and now used more and more.


KlimaLecture #2: Ethik und Klimawandel


Vortrag von Dr. Eugen Pissarskoi und anschl. Diskussion

Nach dem erfolgreichen Start der Veranstaltungsreihe KlimaLectures zum Thema Mikroplastik lädt die Junge Akademie nun zu ihrer zweiten KlimaLecture zum Thema "Ethik und Klimawandel" in die Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften ein.

  • Friday, 24.01.2020
  • 18:00 Uhr - 20:00 Uhr
  • BBAW, Berlin
  • Public

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