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100 Years of Now Library
Editors: Annemie Vanackere and Sarah Reimann
Publisher: Matthes & Seitz Berlin , April 2018
192 pages, German
Price: 18 €
Available at Haus der Kulturen der Welt and at bookstores, mail order buying / postal shopping via the Webshop
The Russian Revolution created the most progressive, completely gender-neutral marriage and family legislation the modern world had ever seen. Homosexuality, the endorsement of which is punishable in today’s Russia, was legalized in Russia in 1918. The beginnings of the Russian Revolution were not only ahead of their own time, but also ahead of ours. Its ideals, as its reality, are not only once again contemporary, but also still visionary. This volume, created together with the theater HAU Hebbel am Ufer, is devoted to the transformation of historical utopias of equality over the last hundred years, starting with the writings of the feminist author Alexandra Kollontai and the productions of female artists invited to contribute by HAU Hebbel am Ufer.