4 Days - 2 Hours per Day
19 – 22 Sep Everday at 12.00 – 14.00 (UTC +2)
195 TRY (₺)
1 EURO (€) ~ 9 TRY (₺)
When we accept to give a response to someone or something, we start practicing thinking and willing. To respond is not simply to react but to act anew, which inevitably requires reflection on oneself and profoundly keeps one alive. No matter what we think about, we firstly think about us, our past and our actions in relation to the question of living with others. In this respect, we also “will” a future that we could imagine, construct and live in with others in a beautiful way. We will talk about the mental activities of “thinking” and “willing” that shape the genuine responses we give in our lives and in the arts we perform with reference to Hannah Arendt.
Nesrin Uçarlar was born in 1975. She did her PhD in political science at Lund University. She taught political philosophy at several universities in Istanbul between 2004 and 2014. Her published articles, reports and books focus on the Kurdish issue in Turkey with reference to the minority resistance and transitional justice. She started acting at the theatre group Seyyar Sahne in 2001 and has been performing her solo piece “Çocukluğun Soğuk Geceleri” since 2010. She works as an actor, lecturer, and festival coordinator at Tiyatro Medresesi.
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