15 June 2020
How are pandemics and their effects reviewed in literature and how does literature influence our perceptions of SAR-CoV2. An article about how this pandemic is becoming collevtive memory.
The article was commissioned by Goethe-Institut Belgium and first appeared at www.goethe.de
23 May 2020
Nobel Price winner Wole Soyinka talks to Project "Cassandra" about the current role of literature in Nigeria. This interview is an excerpt from a forthcoming publication by Project "Cassandra".
5 NOVEMBER 2018
Aleida Assmann has significantly coined the terms "Cultural Memory" and "Culture of Remembrance". In this Interview with Project "Cassandra", she speaks about the role of literature in crises.
22 November 2017
Nobel Prize winner Wole Soyinka is one of Project "Cassandra's" most important Network Partners. Beyond being a successful writer, he is also an independent critic, who is concerend with Nigeria's political developments in general and Boko Haram in particular. In this Interview with the IPG-Journal he talks about the prognostic power of literature.
© 2018 Studienprojekt Cassandra — Krisenfrüherkennung durch Literaturauswertung
(Study Project Cassandra – Early Crisis Detection through Literary Analysis)
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