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Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds

This podcast series highlights the life and work of Hannah Arendt. Hosted by Arendt biographer Samantha Rose Hill, the famous German political thinker is brought out of the academy and into the everyday world. Why is her thinking important and why now?

Tracks

Evil: Dick Bernstein
In this episode of “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” Samantha Rose Hill talks with Hannah Arendt scholar Richard Bernstein about radical evil, the banality of evil, and his personal friendship with Arendt. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
51:19 07/08/2022
Memory: Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock
Berlin artist-duo Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock talk with Samantha Rose Hill about the work of memory, Holocaust memorials in Berlin, and Walter Benjamin. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
57:29 03/14/2022
Rights: Stephanie DeGooyer
Hannah Arendt was a stateless refugee for nearly 20 years of her life. In this episode host Samantha Rose Hill talks with Professor Stephanie DeGooyer about Arendt’s phrase “the right to have rights,” and what it means to be a citizen in the world today. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
57:29 03/14/2022
Public: Hans Teerds
Architect Hans Teerds talks with host Samantha Rose Hill about how private and public space is designed, and how the spaces we navigate shape our daily lives. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
47:08 03/14/2022
Private: Anita L. Allen
Law and Philosophy Professor Anita L. Allen talks with Samantha Rose Hill about privacy, freedom, Hannah Arendt’s essay “Reflections on Little Rock,” and on what counts as the political. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
54:50 03/14/2022
Eros: Dylan Mattingly
In this episode the composer Dylan Mattingly talks with host Samantha Rose Hill about the need for quiet, eros, and the art of listening. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
44:50 03/14/2022
Friendship: Madeleine Thien
In this episode the novelist Madeleine Thien and Samantha Rose Hill discuss loneliness, friendship, and writing. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
48:32 03/14/2022
Storytelling: Ken Krimstein
In this episode of “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” Samantha Rose Hill and Ken Krimstein discuss the art of storytelling, ecstatic truth, and the pleasures of the archive. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our world today.
50:57 03/14/2022