Tag: Christa Wolf

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9 April 2021
Bocchetti, Rossanda, Wolf: If happiness...
A glimpse of the early 1990s, a few months after the fall of the Berlin Wall, an event that definitively sanctioned the end of the Cold War and triggered a process of upheaval in the geopolitical scenario that would be given the name of globalisation. It is 21 March 1992. Alessandra Bocchetti, a feminist and founder of the Virginia Woolf Cultural Centre in Rome, called on two protagonists and witnesses - each in her own way - of this historic transition to confront each other. In front of an audience [...]
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