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censorship, communication, media
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Professor Dr. Peng Hwa Ang is specialised in censorship and regulation of the Internet.

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Peng Hwa Ang

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communication, human rights
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Indrajit Banerjee is a communication specialist, with a substantial insight into communication infrastructures especially in Malasia, but also in other Asian coutries.

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Indrajit Banerjee

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humanity, identity, interculturalism, multi-culturalism, transformation
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Intercult

Eugenio Barba was born in 1936 in Italy and grew up in the village Gallipoli. His family’s socio-economic situation changed significantly when his father (a military officer) was lost to The War. Upon completing high school at the military academy of Naples (1954) he abandoned the idea of...

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Eugenio Barba

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body, ritual, spirituality, tradition
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Performing Arts (dance / Chhau, dance / choreography, education)
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Ileana Citaristi´s contributions, besides the many performances and lecture-demonstrations given in all the major centres in India, include articles on Oriya culture published in Indian and foreign magazines, research work for film documentaries on Odissi and Chhau dances and practical dance...

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communication, politics
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Professor Duncan McCargo has proven his intellectual capacities in many fields, including the role of media in a fast chagning Asia.

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children & youth, communication, everyday life, interdisciplinarity, language, subculture, writing
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Performing Arts (circus arts, mime, theatre)
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Floriane Gaber is a writer, researcher, journalist, teacher and cultural consultant. She is a well-travelled European commentator and critic of street theatre, mime, circus and spoken/written word performance. She has been published widely and is a regular contributor to cultural and arts journals...

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Floriane Gaber

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body, history, imagination, interculturalism
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Performing Arts (dance / ballet, Masks, puppet theatre, theatre)
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Intercult

Deborah Hunt is an expert in manipulation and creation of masks with twenty-five years of experience working with puppet theatre. Deborah has also studied ancient Greek and history, English, contortionism, capoeira, classical ballet, contemporary dance, pantomime and fire works. She is co-founder...

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peace, religion, spirituality
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Sister Jayanti has made her life into a tireless work for peace and women´s rights. She bridges Eastern wisdom and Western education. She is European Director of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) and their NGO Representative to the United Nations, Geneva. In her speeches...

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Sister Jayanti

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civilisation, communication, democracy, globalisation, humanity, interculturalism
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It is easy to say that you understand the need for pluralism. What is important however is what you do with your opinion. Instead of using the word ´pluralism´, then, I would rather talk about ´interculturalism´, since this word implies an active strategy for increasing dialogue. Interculturalism...

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Dragan Klaic

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exclusion, exile, existence, gender, history, humanism, identity, language, philosophy, psychoanalysis, Women´s issues
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Julia Kristeva’s pink blazer is the first thing I see as she opens the Savoy’s gold- trimmed door. Her smile from the foyer tells me she hasn’t finished her first interview of the morning. Can I wait? When we finally drop into our tan leather chairs at the hotel coffee shop and begin our...

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Ausgrenzung, Exil, Gender, Geschichte, Identität, Philosophie, Psychoanalyse, Sprache
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Essay, Literaturkritik, Roman, Vorlesung)

Das erste, was ich von Julia Kristeva sehe, ist ihr pinkfarbener Blazer. Als wir in die Ledersessel des Hotelcafés sinken und das Gespräch beginnen, blickt sie mich an. Sie hält den Blick– für die nächsten 30 Minuten. Gestern Abend noch hat die vielfach preisgekrönte...

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Julia Kristeva