The Lunar Society, an 18th-century group of British industrialists, scientists, poets, and writers, used to convene at full moon to explore the ways in which science and art could serve society. You can now also take a seat at the LUNÄ table.
Leading Belgian philosopher Isabelle Stengers and literary magazine nY will immerse you in the world of science. And political thought. And witchcraft. Stengers has invited speakers from various disciplines to develop new perspectives on knowledge and knowledge production.
Across Europe, citizens are collectively taking control of their future through ‘commons’ – just think of energy cooperation or sharing initiatives. Do they contribute to the resilience of our society? And do they form an alternative to excessively pervasive marketization? The latest edition of the Green European Journal focuses on this new organizational form in our society.
Brussels and its citizens do not have one, but many identities. That's where MIX(C)ITY stands for. For this fifth edition, a crack team of researchers and thinkers will share their knowledge of Brussels' diversity with you.