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A Life in four hours:
Berlin. Vienna.

Narrator: Isolde Charim.
Listener: Joseph Vogl.

17 March 2006 18.30 h – 22.30 h


Tanzquartier Wien, Museumsquartier, Museumsplatz 1


Isolde Charim - Joseph Vogl

Isolde Charim, (b. 1959) is a philosopher, co-founder of "Demokratische Offensive Österreich", university lecturer and publicist (Standard, TAZ, Falter). Publication: Der Althusser-Effekt. Entwurf einer Ideologietheorie, Vienna: Passagen Verlag 2002. In 2006, she received the award of the city of Vienna for science and culture.

Joseph Vogl, a philosopher and literary scholar at the Humboldt University Berlin, translated Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, Claude Lévi-Strauss. He has thought and written about Franz Kafka, about the vast field of Goethe's poetics, about the colour yellow, about homo oeconomicus and recently about reluctance and hesitation ("Über das Zaudern", Berlin 2007).