On Other Possibilities for Philosophy and Humanity
Madina Tlostanova in conversation with Walter D. Mignolo
Lost and Found: a Spell to Return a Lost One
Video work premier by Mariam Natroshvili and Detu Jincharadze
(post-) Soviet (non-) Cinema: a Lecture by Kirill Adibekov
The first talk in a series on Russian culture
Miraj Nameh of the Timurids
On the ascension of the Prophet and how a Medieval artifact ended up in France
Issue 2: Dream
Is it appropriate to dream in a world of constant crisis? How should our common home change, when and if this crisis passes? For the second issue of EastEast, we asked researchers and artists from around the world to speak to us about utopias of the past and present, about personal and social transformation projects, about amazing stories and artifacts. Instead of memories and nostalgia, let's move on to works of imagination and to thoughts on a possible future.
Issue 1: Home
Lately, many of us have been spending more time at home, while others have found themselves separated from it. This situation gave us time to reflect on our private spaces and think about people who share them with us. What is home in the world where nomadism has become the new norm? In this issue, we use the word “home” as a broad metaphor, a way to remember and imagine different places.