Indian director Kranti Kanadé's real-life eco-drama puts a question who to turn to when the police are cutting down sacred trees. The film follows a family in Pune as they try to save trees in their neighborhood from being illegally felled by a police academy. They meet a tree activist with whom they form an alliance and try out different forms of protest.
With an introduction by Maja Figge and subsequent discussion.
December 7, 2022/ 8:00 pm / CinéMayence, Schillerstrasse 11, 55116 Mainz
Guest Speakers: Roukaya Kasenally (Democracy Scholar, Associate Professor, University of Mauritius), Ramola Ramtohul (Sociology and Gender Studies, Associate Professor, University of Mauritius) and Kumari Issur (French Studies, Associate Professor, University of Mauritius).
November 17, 2022 / 4:15 pm / NatFak, Senatssaal
Prof. Dr. Martin Kretschmer (University of Glasgow)
Copyright and Non-use
September 21, 2022 / 4:30pm
Prof. Dr. Josef van Genabith
KI und Mehrsprachigkeit
December 9, 2021 / 6pm
Dr. Baruch Shomron
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Media Capabilities and the Promotion of Human Rights for Minority Groups
November 30, 2021 / 6pm
Places of speech and structural discrimination
November 25, 2021 / 6pm / Zoom
Prof. Dr. Susan Berk-Seligson
Interpreting for the police: the need for professional interpreters in custodial interrogations
November 18, 2021 / 6pm / Zoom
Prof. Dr. Almut Shulamit Bruckstein / House of Taswir
Wie bauen wir ein Haus aus Nichts. Die Orangerei als Kleine Mnemosyne.
October 28, 2021 / 5pm / Kunsthochschule Mainz