Migration and Exile
Perfect to Whom the Entire World is a Foreign Land
Online Event with Prof. Martin Vialon
Lecture: Migration and Exile
Erich Auerbach and Traugott Fuchs: Activists of Modernization and Creators of an Aesthetic Neighborhood
Using the life story of early 20th century migrants Traugott Fuchs and Erich Auerbach as an example, the philosopher Martin Vialon conducted a lecture during the Festival on the mutual effects of migration, exile and homeland. The broadcast was carried out live, with the possibility for the audience to participate in the discussion.
Profesör Martin Vialon ile çevrimiçi etkinlik
Sunum: Göç ve Sürgün
Filozof Martin Vialon festivalde gerçekleştireceği konuşmada göçmenlik, sürgün ve anavatanın karşılıklı etkisi konularına 20. yüzyılın başlarındaki göçmen Traugott Fuchs ve Erich Auerbach'ın hayat hikayelerinden örnekler vererek değinecek.
Watch the live stream from Sep 22:
Murmuration refers to the phenomenon that results when hundreds, sometimes thousands, of birds fly in swooping, intricately coordinated patterns through the sky.
Murmuration looks also back on the migration movements of the 20th century in the interplay of international relations.
The Murmuration Festival is supported by