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Agenda Symposium Dusseldorf

Images Performances & Exhibition

Booklet Performance & Ausstellung Time Shifts 

Portraits artists

Supplementary materials, literature and film index, website links …
The following links will lead you to materials of the artists and scientists, to supporting documents and results of their workshops, to abstracts, images and much more. In addition, a continuously growing list of thematically relevant articles, books, films, websites, talks, interviews ... will be created on this page. So check back from time to time and get background knowledge and ideas!

360° Video from Miki Kadokura's Workshop "We, Memory Players 1"

Program Düsseldorf


→ Andreas Kruse: Zukunft Altern. Individuelle und gesellschaftliche Weichenstellungen. Heidelberg: Spektrum, 2010
→ Andreas Kruse: Lebensphase hohes Alter. Verletzlichkeit und Reife. Berlin: Springer, 2017
→ Andreas Brenner: Altern als Lebenskunst. Zug, 2019
→ Baden-Württemberg Stiftung: 100! Was die Wissenschaft vom Altern weiß. Stuttgart: Hirzel, 2016
→ Benoîte Groult: Salz des Lebens. Aus dem Französischen von Barbara Scriba-Sethe. Berlin: Bloomsbury, 2007
→ Hannelore Schlaffer: Das Alter. Ein Traum von Jugend. Frankfurt a. M.: Suhrkamp, 2003.
→ Jason Danely: Aging Loss. Mourning and Maturity in Contemporary Japan. London: Rutgers university Press, 2014
→ Norberto Bobbio: Vom Alter – De senectute. Berlin: Wagenbach, 1997.
→ Silke van Dyk: Soziologie des Alters. Zweite, aktualisierte u. ergänzte Ausgabe. Bielfeld: Transcript, 2020
→ Shingo Shimada, Christian Tagsold (Hg.): Alternde Gesellschaften im Vergleich. Bielfeld: Transcript, 2015 (Open Access).
→ Shingo Shimada, Ludgera Lewerich, Celia Spoden (Hg.): Altersdemenz und lokale Fürsorge. Bielfeld: Transcript, 2018
→ Ursula K. Le Guin: No Time to Spare: Thinking about What Matters. New York: Harcourt, 2017
→  Aagje Swinnen: Popularizing Dementia: Public Expressions and Representations of Forgetfulness. Bielfeld: Transcript, 2018