Book series: Berliner Korrespondenzen

Politics, culture and science in search of new impulses
© Rüdiger Knobloch

The series

The Berliner Korrespondenzen are seeking new ideas for a world that seems to be growing increasingly divided. Each volume of our bilingual book series brings together two prominent thinkers, academics or artists with diverse biographies and different professional backgrounds for a discussion. In unexpected constellations, they discuss the world’s great questions for the future. The new era of tectonic shifts appears to offer an opportunity to openly negotiate differences, forget about old certainties, and create new models and strategies for visionary actions that cross the boundaries of discourse. 

The publications are released as part of the event series by the same name which will continue in 2019 and 2020. You can find more informations about the events here.

The books

Authoritarianism – Rule or Exception

Seyla Benhabib, Zeynep Gambetti

Empires of Memory

Max Czollek
With a Foreword by the Editors

Open Horizons in Times of Isolation

Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Mathias Énard

Religious (Dis)Orders - Searching For A Change of Perspective

Kamel Daoud, Christoph Markschies

Is The Past Yet To Come?

Swetlana Alexijewitsch, Ruprecht Polenz

Unfairly Allocated – An Economic Order Without Alternatives?

Arjun Appadurai, Marcel Fratzscher

Tolerating Order – How Much Can Freedom Take?

Can Dündar, Susanne Baer

Fake News, Facts, Fiction – Ordering Global Public Spheres

Rogers Brubaker, Anne Peters 

Boundless (Dis)Order – Mobility And Borders In Transition?

Shalini Randeria, Wolfgang Kaschuba 

Order – A Politically Contested Term

Herfried Münkler, Michael Borgolte

Pictures by courtesy of Nicolai Verlag.