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Arjun Appadurai: The Politics of Forms and the Forms of Politics

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English original version Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

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Christian Hiller: Introduction

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Introduction, Jan 19, 2019

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Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius, Dorothee Halbrock, raumlabor: Floating University (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

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Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius, Dorothee Halbrock, raumlabor: Floating University

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

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Discussion: Housing Question / Urban Development (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Discussion, Jan 19, 2019

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Justus H. Ulbricht: Political Role of Cultural Institutions (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Introduction, Jan 19, 2019

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Beatriz Colomina: The Perversions of the Bauhaus (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German translation Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

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Klaus Lederer: Welcoming address (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Welcoming address, Jan 19, 2019

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Bernd Scherer: Welcoming address and Introduction

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Introduction, Jan 19, 2019

Audio – 0:12:35

Justus H. Ulbricht: Political Role of Cultural Institutions

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Introduction, Jan 19, 2019

Audio – 0:25:30

Beatriz Colomina: The Perversions of the Bauhaus

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English original version Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

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Klaus Lederer: Welcoming address

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Welcoming address, Jan 19, 2019

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Marion von Osten: November Revolution / Arbeitsrat für Kunst (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

Audio – 0:29:08

Mark Wigley: The Bauhaus Virus (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German translation Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

Audio – 0:58:08

Philipp Oswalt: Politics of the Bauhaus / Dessau-Törten (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

Audio – 0:18:41

Marion von Osten: November Revolution / Arbeitsrat für Kunst

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Lecture, Jan 19, 2019

Audio – 1:34:00

Discussion: Political Role of Cultural Institutions

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” English translation Discussion, Jan 19, 2019

Video – 0:58:00

Housing Question / Urban Development (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” Lecture, Discussion, Jan 19, 2019

Video – 0:30:23

Theresia Enzensberger, Regina Bittner: Emancipation / Internationalization (German)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” German original version Conversation, Jan 19, 2019

Video – 2:10:12

Educational Theory / Education of Society (German, English)

Part of “How political is the Bauhaus?” Original version Welcoming address, Introduction, Lectures, Jan 19, 2019