Literary Events: November 2013

VIENNA LIT BOOK GROUP

This month, Vienna Lit’s book group reads Carol Anshaw’s Carry the One. As always, all are welcome.

 

Vienna Lit Book Group

4 Nov., 18:00-19:45

English Studies Library

University of Vienna 

9., Altes AKH Campus, Hof 8.2

www.viennalit.at/bookgroup.htm 

 

LITERATURE AT MUSA

On the first Wednesday of each month, two award winning artists and scholarship holders will present their work in public. November’s artists will be Angelika Reitzer and Dimitré Dinev. Admission is free, with bread and wine provided.

 

Literature at MUSA

6 Nov., 2013, 19:00

MUSA

1., Felderstraße 6-8

www.musa.at

 

CRISIS, CRITIQUE, CAPITALISM

In her talk, “Crisis Critique, Capitalism: A Framework for the 21st Century”, Professor Nancy Fraser explores discussions around the current crises in economy, ecology, politics, and society, and asks how to best re-conceptualise capitalism. She proposes an expanded conception of capitalism better fitted to the 21st century.

 

Crisis, Critique, Capitalism 

Jan  Patočka Memorial Lecture

7 Nov., 18:00-20:00

MAK Vortragssaal
Register at events@iwm.at

 

SLAM B: POETRY SLAM

Arrive early to get a spot for this poetry slam; seats are limited. The MC is Diana Köhle. If you want to take part yourself, sign up from 19:00, or email diana@slamb.at. In German.

 

Slam B Poetry Slam

15 Nov., 20:00 

Literaturhaus Wien

7., Zieglergasse 26a

www.slamb.at

 

WE THE PEOPLE:

ON POPULISM AND DEMOCRACY

Jan-Werner Mueller, Professor of Politics at Princeton University, delivers a lecture series entitled “We The People: On Populism and Democracy” as part of the IWM Lectures in Human Sciences. The first lecture is entitled “What is Populism?” The second tackles “Intrusions of the People: Ideals of Popular Sovereignty in History”, and the third and final lecture is “Real Problems – and How to Respond to Them”.

 

“We the People: 

Populism and Democracy’’

IWM Lectures in Human Sciences

Lecture I, 25 Nov., 18:00-20:00

Lecture II, 26 Nov., 18:00-20:00

Lecture III, 27 Nov., 18:00-20:00

IWM Library

9., Spittelauer Lände 3

Register at events@iwm.at

 

TEXTSTROM POETRY SLAM

Textstrom is the oldest poetry slam in Vienna. For novices or professionals. In German.

 

Rhiz

7., Stadtbahnbögen 37-38

27 Nov., register at 7:30pm

Starts at 8:15pm

www.textstrom.at

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