To what extent does (lack of) knowledge of the past influence our view of the present and our tales of the future? Authors from the realms of history, art, philosophy, journalism, poetry, gender and urban studies investigate complex everyday reality in history and the present and direct their attention towards the shifts in political hegemonies which lead to ostracism, denigration and destruction. They have explicitly chosen an international perspective which shows that polarisation and radicalisation are universal social manifestations in a globally interlinked world.
Tell Me About Yesterday Tomorrow: About the Future of the Past
Historical events and our knowledge of them mould our understanding of today’s world. The interdisciplinary authorship of this volume focuses on the connection between past and future. A bold and unusual publication whose approaches and themes extend from biographical experiences via intergenerational exchange to the discussion of current social phenomena.