Three artists will explain how they lived that time of celebration and utopia and will discuss the image of that unique Barcelona.
Jason Stanley, Jacob Urowsky, Professor of Philosophy at Yale University, has studied how political propaganda works and has identified the rhetorical mechanisms used in far-right discourse. Despite the diversity of cases, he has detected some shared elements in all these phenomena, which he calls “fascisms”.
Lecture by Dr. Damià Barceló, Institut Català de Recerca de l'Aigua (ICRA) and Institut de Diagnòstic Ambiental i Estudis de l'aigua (IDAEA).
Lecture by Francesco Careri, doctor and architect.
Coinciding with the publication of the book “The historical evolution of the Annals of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (1920-1990)”, its author, Dr. Jesús Sauret i Valet, analyses the importance of the magazine “Annals of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau” in the day-to-day life of care staff and patients.
Lecture by Licia Verde, who works in the field of cosmology.
This rereading, in the proposal of Christian Laval, calls into question misleading myths, reviews the meaning of the Bolshevik speeches as well as their effective practices and allows establishing a critical distance with other popular insurrections of the twentieth century such as the Mexican Revolution and even some episodes of the Civil War.