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crossroads:
human rights, Islam, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (traditional Uighurian music)
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House of World Cultures

Born in 1939 in the Kashgar area in the Uighurian autonomous region Sinkiang in China, Abdulaziz Hashimov is said to be the guardian of the Uighurian musical heritage. As a music ethnologist he gathers documents of the old Uighurian musical culture throughout central Asia and is a master on the...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Islam, Menschenrechte, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (traditionelle uigurische Musik)

Abdulaziz Hashimov, geboren 1939 im Kaschgar-Gebiet in der Uigurischen Autonomen Region Sinkiang (China), gilt als Hüter des musikalischen Erbes der Uiguren. Als Musikethnologe sammelte er in ganz Zentralasien Dokumente der alten uigurischen Musikkultur und ist ein Meister auf den...

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 Abdulaziz Hashimov & Ensemble

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democracy, human rights
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate, journalism)
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Mahfuz Anam is an outspoken editor of Daily Star, one of Bangladesh´s english spoken papers. Anam´s path to a being a libertarian started as Anam was a freedom fighter during Bangladesh´s Liberation War, 1971.

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Mahfuz Anam

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conflict, Cosmopolitanism, human rights, humanity, multi-culturalism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (debate)
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Kwame Anthony Appiah is himself the best embodiment of the cosmopolitanism he champions. The moral philosopher of Ghanaian-British background is at home on three continents: He was born and educated in Europe, grew up in Africa, and lives in the United States. Cultural difference and the...

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Crossroads:
Konflikt, Kosmopolitanismus, Menschenrechte, Menschlichkeit, Multikulturalität
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Debatte)

Kwame Anthony Appiah verkörpert den Kosmopolitismus, den er vertritt, selbst am besten. Der Moralphilosoph ghanaisch-britischer Herkunft ist auf drei Kontinenten zuhause: Er ist in Europa geboren und ausgebildet, in Afrika aufgewachsen und lebt in den USA. Kulturelle Differenz und das...

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crossroads:
communication, human rights
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (anthology, lectures)
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Indrajit Banerjee is a communication specialist, with a substantial insight into communication infrastructures especially in Malasia, but also in other Asian coutries.

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Indrajit Banerjee

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crossroads:
human rights, Islam, marxism, racism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (novel, play, poetry)
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House of World Cultures

Amiri Baraka, born in 1934 in Newark, New Jersey (USA), is said to be the founding father of the black arts movement. As a poet, playwright and novelist he has played a leading role in shaping Afro-American arts in the last four decades. He has also been active on behalf of civil rights and has...

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Crossroads:
Islam, Marxismus, Menschenrechte, Rassismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Dichtung, Roman, Theaterstück)

Amiri Baraka, geboren 1934 in Newark, New Jersey (USA), gilt als Gründervaters des Black Arts Movement. Als Lyriker, Theaterautor und Romancier hat er die afroamerikanische Kunst der letzten vier Jahrzehnte entscheidend mitgeprägt. Gleichzeitig war er in der Bürgerrechtsbewegung...

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crossroads:
Aids, human rights
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (installation)
Written and spoken word (public speaking)
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DCCD

The Thai artist, Chumpon, is a culture personality, actively engaged in art and politics. Apisuk Chumpok has continuously been promoting performance art in Thailand since 80s and is one of a welknown performance artists in Asia. Since 1996, he has performed in Germany, England, Quebec, Japan,...

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Apisuk Chumpon

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Teresa Ralli
crossroads:
democracy, human rights, interdisciplinarity, ritual, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (folk, general)
Performing Arts (Masks, performance, ritual, theatre)
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Intercult

For over two decades Grupo Cultural Yuyachkani has been considered the most important independent theatre group in Peru. One of Yuyachkani’s aims is to promote the creation of a theatre based on dance, music, tradition, masks,symbols and elements from the Peruvian culture. They base their...

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civil war, conflict, death, democracy, existentialism, freedom, history, human rights, identity, memory, nation, Patriotism, politics, power, prejudice, rebellion, Utopia, violence
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Albert Heta is one of the youngest of a new generation of artists, currently developing a new experimental approach to art in Kosovo. Working in installation art, photography, performance and video art, Heta´s bold works give expression not only to the experiences of loss and anger of his war-torn...

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Albert Heta

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colonialism, globalisation, history, human rights, humanism, identity, interculturalism, memory, multi-culturalism, politics, Society, time, transformation
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art)
Written and spoken word (column, criticism, essay, poetry, translation)
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House of World Cultures

‘A receiving station’ is how Ranjot Hoskote once characterized poetry in an interview. It can tune into frequencies of all kinds without the poet having to be aware of what he is receiving. He waits, receives, crystallizes and weaves a coherent but open whole. The poet, culture-critic and...

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Crossroads:
Erinnerung, Geschichte, Globalisierung, Identität, Interkulturalismus, Kolonialismus, Menschenrechte, Multikulturalität, Politik, Transformation, Zeit
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Curating Art)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Übersetzung, Dichtung, Essay, Kolumne, Kritik)

„Eine Empfangsstation”, so charakterisiert Ranjit Hoskote Dichtung in einem Interview. Sie kann sich in Frequenzen aller Art eintunen, ohne dass der Dichter sich dessen bewusst sein muss, was empfangen wird – er wartet, empfängt, kristallisiert, spinnt ein zusammenhängendes aber offenes...

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Ranjit Hoskote

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crossroads:
gay & lesbian, gender, human rights
genre (subgenre):
Film (documentary)
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Mary Jordan, of Albanian extraction and born in Canada, has lived all over the world and worked mostly in the field of film. Her work is mainly about human rights, and her first long film was an award-winning documentary about ‘Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis’ (2006). In it she portrayed...

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Crossroads:
Gender, Menschenrechte, schwul und lesbisch
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Dokumentarfilm)

Mary Jordan, von albanischer Herkunft und in Kanada geboren, hat in allen Kontinenten gelebt und meist im Bereich des Films gearbeitet. Ihr Werk bezieht sich meist auf das Thema der Menschenrechte. Ihr 2006 entstandener erster langer, mehrfach preisgekrönter Dokumentarfilm „Jack Smith and the...

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crossroads:
bureaucracy, capitalism, colonialism, human rights, identity, interculturalism, migration, post-colonialism, racism
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (performance)
Visual Arts (installation art)
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate, essay)
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Who said the first generation of ethnic Turkish immigrants was Turkish-German, the second German-Turkish? Going by that rule, Serhat Karakayali would be Turkish-German. He looks much younger than he does in photos, sports a casual two-day beard and has mischievous eyes. At first, he´s reserved. He...

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other language:
deutsch
Crossroads:
Bürokratie, Identität, Interkulturalismus, Kapitalismus, Kolonialismus, Menschenrechte, Migration, Postkolonialismus, Rassismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Installation)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Debatte, Essay, Kritik)
Performing Arts (Performance)

Wer hat noch behauptet, die erste türkischstämmige Einwanderergeneration sei türkisch-deutsch und die zweite deutsch-türkisch? Demnach ist Serhat Karakayali türkisch-deutsch. Er wirkt viel jünger als auf Fotos, trägt einen lässigen zwei-Tage Bart und hat...

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