Brinkmann’s writing has looked at the issue of why people in modern society experience loss of meaning in their lives.
Former Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Collaboration at Arla.Geeti Amiri: Debater who focuses on the fight for the rights of immigrant women, author of the autobiographical book ‘Glansbilleder’(Scraps) and radio host for the program ‘Geetisc råd’ (Geetish Advice), which is broadcast on Danish national radio channel P1. Mehdi Mozaffari: Professor in Political Science, Aarhus University, doing research in globalisation, islamism and radicalisation.Knud Romer: Author, debater and radio host for the programme Radio24syv programmet Romer Riget Carsten Jensen: Professor in Political Science, Aarhus University. THEME FOR THE DAY In countries all over the world – including Denmark – people are discussing what can and must hold society together. Ourselves or the community in either a new or an old version?There will be intermissions for refreshments, including an evening intermission, when Café Hack will serve dinner on a long table – secondary school style!(NB: dinner is included in the price, but can be purchased for DKK 245).
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Leny Malacinski: A journalist working for the Danish weekly broadsheet newspaper Weekendavisen, and author of the debate book ‘Den dag, jeg opdagede, jeg var undertrykt’ (The day I discovered I was one of the suppressed).A book that directly and wittily heavily criticises equal rights feminism.PRACTICAL INFORMATION: Eight-hour event, from - PRICE: DKK 300DISCOUNT PRICE FOR STUDENTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE UNDER 25: DKK 50SPEAKERS (the list will be updated on an ongoing basis)Jan-Werner Müller: German professor in populism and author of the highly-topical and acclaimed book ‘Hvad er populisme? ) Jan-Werner Müller is recognised as one of our time’s intellectual heavyweights. Guy Standing: Professor in economics and author of the acclaimed books‘The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class’ (2015) and ‘Svend Brinkmann: Professor in psychology and author of the books ‘Stå fast - et opgør med tidens udviklingstvang’ (Stand firm - a counterreaction against the time’s forced development) (2014) and ‘Ståsteder’(Standpoints) (2016).This will be the second of a series of four debates called HYPOTHETICALS, which are being presented by TV anchorman and editor Clement Kjersgaard.