“I have called on religious communities throughout Leipzig to show up and participate, on schools and friends and relatives, on students and the international community, and I hope that there will be a gigantic response which shows these kids and their parents that we see them, we care about them, and we are fighting for them,” explains the Leipzig protest organizer.
A journey through Iran’s present and past, and its future hopes, from the perspective of a Leipzig-based Frenchwoman.
If you ever walk into the office of the US Consul in Leipzig, you may notice the pictures of John F. Kennedy and Hillary Clinton hanging on the wall. But the real elephant in the room is, of course, Donald Trump, and how his presidency may be affecting US-Germany relations. Check out Part I of our two-part interview with US Consul Timothy Eydelnant.
The question has haunted scholars, socialists and socialist scholars for one and a half centuries. So we also give it a try (or eight).
For DOK Leipzig’s 60th edition, the organizers would like to invite “the whole city to dance with the winners.”
Sociologist Helena Flam ponders possible intepretations or reasons for the appointment of a former refugee from Minsk, married to his same-sex partner, as the new US Consul to Leipzig.