Online lecture by Michał Pospiszyl
When did people begin to get ill?
The state, monoculture and pathogens.
Archeological digs conducted over the past 30 years indicate that the majority of known infectious diseases (polio, chickenpox, measles,...
Online lecture by Łukasz Moll
Sowers of the plague, reapers of the revolution
How to inoculate Europe against the...
The history of combating medical epidemics is heavily intertwined with the history of preventing social epidemics. It could not be any other...
Online lecture by Katarzyna Czeczot
Plague and modernity.
Do we need monstrous politics?
Mary Shelley is renowned above all as the author of Frankenstein. Especially in the recent years the novel has gained popularity – read as...
Nabil Ahmed's (INTERPRT) lecture
Fighting impunity in a warming world
Event as part of the side programme accompanying the exhibition "Race and Forest”
Curators: Katarzyna Czeczot, Łukasz Moll, Michał Pospiszyl
Plebs, common goods and alternatives to capitalism
(February 2020) Layabouts? Sluggards? Pathology? Groups assigned to the social margin – vagrants, beggars, the impoverished and the...
Lecture by Justyna Struzik (EUROPACH, IS UJ)
Manoeuvring, Activism and HIV/AIDS Policy Worlds in Poland
What do everyday HIV/AIDS policy worlds look like in Poland? How do people living with HIV, activists, and policy-makers negotiate...
Lecture by Karolina Sobecka
Design for the human planet
The description of Anthropocene tells of people having the agency to change the world, but our abilities to do so being far from...
Lecture by Marina Garcés
Humanities in Transition
Marina Garcés, Spanish philosopher and essayist, in her books and critical texts (New Radical Enlightenment, Humanitats en...
Lecture by Jan Sowa
The Art of Not Being Governed, in other words, democracy as a form of life
The protection of democracy has become the number one task for many environments and organizations – both in Poland and elsewhere in...