In this discussion, three women from different parts of the world and embodying a wide range of experiences will talk about literature as a vital tool for expressing one’s own identity and situating it among its external conditioning coordinates.
The third session of the Maritime pairings series is dedicated to Dona'm la Mar, a museum project in which we have collectively addressed what we know about the role of women in the maritime world.
The Solidarity Journalism Working Group of the Col·legi de Periodistes de Catalunya, with the collaboration of Casa Asia, organizes the fifth session of the debate cycle "Asia: the great continent".
The Ateneu Barcelonès proposes to relive that era through the experiences of Jesús Conte, journalist; Magda Oranich, lawyer and politician; Anna Sallés, historian; Jordi Martí Galbis, deputy delegate of the Presidency, General Services and Relations with the city of Barcelona; and Jordi Casassas Ymbert, president of the Ateneu Barcelonès.
In this lecture El Arbi El Harti, professor at the Mohamed V University of Rabat, will analyze the compatibility between Islam and democracy.
Lecture by anthropologist Yolanda Aixelà, from the Milà i Fontanals Institution of the CSIC.
Colloquium with Oriol Alamany, photographer specialized in nature and travel, and Álvaro Sanz, photographer and director with more than 20 years of experience in this field, to deal in depth with the meaning of photography.
Lecture by Margarita Robles Carrillo, professor of Public International Law and International Relations, Network Engineering & Security Group (NESG) research group at the University of Granada, and Ángel Gómez de Agreda, colonel of the Air Force and geopolitical analyst of the Ministry of Defense.
Cycle: "Musical instruments, under study"
The series of conferences looks to the future and reflects on the impact of the technological revolution on various aspects of our lives: the world of work, health, decision-making, human intelligence in the face of artificial , affective relationships or the fusion of humans with technology. Where are the limits?