A Book for Breakfast
In this event series, we juxtapose different books on current social debates by concisely presenting their arguments in the form of an essay. Together, we develop new ideas and engage in discussions – in good company and with coffee and croissants.
Book for Breakfast: Migration and Flight
In early January, our research fellow Birgit Bahtić-Kunrath will write an essay on the following three books
- Gerald Knaus: Welche Grenzen brauchen wir? Zwischen Empathie und Angst – Flucht, Migration und die Zukunft von Asyl. („What Borders do We Need? Caught Between Empathy and Anxiety – Flight, Migration, and the Furure of Asylum”). Piper Verlag, München 2020
- Sunjic, Melita H: Die von Europa träumen. Wie Flucht und Migration ablaufen. (“Those Dreaming of Europe. The Mechanisms of Flight and Migration”). Picus Verlag, Wien 2021
- Jad Turjman: Wenn der Jasmin auswandert. (“When the Jasmine Emigrates”).. Residenz Verlag, Salzburg 2018
We invite you to join us for a comfortable breakfast with coffee and croissants, where we can all engage in a conversation on the topic of migration and flight.
Reading the essay in advance is not a requirement, however, it will be useful for participating the subsequent discussion. We hope to be able to schedule an in-person meeting for the upcoming “A Book for Breakfast”-event in the end of February 2022. We will inform you in due time about any changes that might be necessary because of the pandemic situation.
If you would like to participate in the event, please register by sending an email to (firstname.lastname@example.org) or calling us at 0662/842521-161. The number of participants is limited.
We are looking forward to an inspiring conversation.