Overview of all program changes at the 19.ilb

Cancelled: Britischer Kolonialismus Revisited

The event »Britischer Kolonialismus Revisited« with Tash Aw and Arjun Appadurai on 19.09.2019 at 6 pm in the James-Simon-Galerie unfortunately has to be cancelled.


Cancelled: Wa[h]re Liebe: Über Sexarbeit

Die Veranstaltung Wa[h]re Liebe: Über Sexarbeit am 14.09.2019 um 18:30 Uhr im silent green muss leider entfallen


Cancelled: Wolfgang Kaleck: Decolonizing the Law

Unfortunately, the event Decolonizing the Law with Wolfgang Kaleck on 14.09.2019 at 14.00 in the James Simon Gallery must be cancelled.


Time change: Michaela Murgia: Instructions for Becoming a Faschist

The event Michela Murgia: Michela Murgia: Instructions for Becoming a Fascist held on 17.09.2019 has been postponed from 18 to 21 o'clock.  The location remains silent green.


New event: Ghayath Almadhoun: Ein Raubtier namens Mittelmeer

We are pleased to announce the new event Ghayath Almadhoun: Ein Raubtier namens Mittelmeer on 18.9.2019 at 18.00 in Stadtteilbibliothek Heinrich von Kleist.

 

Additional event: Didier Eribon: »Returning to Reims: 10 years later«

Due to high demand, there will be a second reading of Didier Eribon: Rückkehr nach Reims. 10 Jahre später on 21.09.2019 at 4pm in the James-Simon-Galerie. Information about the event can be found here.

 

New panel member "Literature and Theatre": Maxi Obexer


***Cancellations guests***


Cancellation Jonathan Dotse

The event UMRISSE EINER ALGORITHMISCHEN UTOPIE on 14.09 at 20:00 in HAU Hebbel am Ufer (HAU2) will take place without him. 

The event ZWEI ERZÄHLUNGEN ÜBER KI-RIVALITÄTEN on 17.09 at 18:00 in HAU Hebbel am Ufer (HAU2) will take place without him.

 

Cancellation Sergio Ramírez

Unfortunately, the following events must be cancelled for health reasons:

PREMIERE: El espejo roto – The Cracked Mirror. Sergio Ramírez reading and in conversation on 17.09.2019 at 18:00 in the Ibero- Amerikanischen Institut

and

PREMIERE: Sergio Ramírez: Niemand weint um mich on 18.09.2019 at 21:00 in the Instituto Cervantes.

The event The Open Veins of Latin America Revisited: Venezuela, Nicaragua, El Salvador on 19.09.2019 at 19:30 in the CHB will take place. Karina Sainz Borgo and Óscar Martínez will discuss the political situation in Venezuela and El Salvador.

 

Cancellation Meena Kandasamy

Unfortunately, the following event must be cancelled due to health reasons:

 Meena Kandasamy: When I Hit You on 14.09.2019 at 20 in silent green.

The event Lange Nacht der Poesie on 13.09.2019 at 18 in silent green will take place without her.

 

Cancellation Nouri al-Jarrah

The event Brot, Haschisch und Mond: der syrische Dichter Nizar Qabbani on 12.09.2019 at 21 in silent green will take place without him.

The event Lange Nacht der Poesie on 13.09.2019 at 18 in silent green will also take place without him.

 

***Sold out tickets***

Tickets for the following events have now sold out:

CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE: THE ART OF WRITING II

Friday, 13.09.2019, 20:00

HAU Hebbel am Ufer (HAU1)

 

OCEAN VUONG: AUF ERDEN SIND WIR KURZ GRANDIOS

Wednesday, 18.09.2019, 21:00

silent green Kulturquartier

 

DIDIER ERIBON: »RÜCKKEHR NACH REIMS. 10 JAHRE SPÄTER«

Friday, 20.09.2019, 19:00

Institut français Berlin

 

Please note that there is no entitlement to admission for sold-out events to holders of day tickets, festival badges, guest badges, and press badges.