D4D restarts the Tuesday’s Saloon | Debate

This September D4D restarted a fresh serie of Tuesday’s Saloon where various groups of interest discuss current economical and socio-political developments with local and international focus.
Tomorrow (11th of October 2016) at 4.45PM the salon continues with a new theme Energetics or Agriculture?

These gatherings will be held every Tuesday in dit’ e nat’ from 4.45 PM till  7PM. For more details regarding the Tuesday’s Saloon follow D4D on Facebook. If interested to take part please contact the organisers.

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The #FailedIntellectual | Eric Jarosinski

Join us for an evening with Eric Jarosinski, a former professor who has gone on to lead a very different life as a #FailedIntellectual online.
In exploring the comic potential of German language, literature, and philosophy on Twitter, his feed NeinQuarterly has gained a highly diverse global audience.
In his talk, moderated by Agon Maliqi, Eric will address the potential (and limitations) of adapting traditional modes of philosophical thought to a new technology with its own complex language, codes, and conventions. Throughout, he will discuss a strategy not of simplifying or popularizing philosophy, but of demystifying its terminology, gently toppling its idols, and playfully unsettling its authority.

The talk will take place on Thursday (2nd of June 2016) in dit’ e nat’.

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Elizabeth Acevedo SLAMS Prishtina Tonight!

ELIZABETH ACEVEDO is a New York City poet whose work is infused with her Dominican parents’ bolero and her beloved city’s tough grit.
With over twelve years of performance experience she has graced stages nationally and internationally including renowned venues such as The Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, the Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts, and South Africa’s State Theatre; she is also well known for  poetry videos which went viral and were picked up by PBS, Latina Magazine, Cosmopolitan, and Upworthy.
Acevedo is a National Slam Champion, Beltway Grand Slam Champion, and the 2016Women of the World Poetry Slam representative for Washington, D.C, where she lives and works.
Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in Puerto Del Sol, Callaloo, Poet Lore, The Notre Dame Review, and others

Tonight she will be performing at our bookstore at 6PM. See you there!

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