10th
SYMPOSIUM
DÜRNSTEIN
MARCH 4-6,
2021

EDUCATION AS NOURISHMENT:
OUR NEEDS IN VOLATILE TIMES

PROGRAM

The program is still being planned and will be updated continuously. Here you will find the contributions already confirmed.

Learn more about all the speakers who will be sharing extraordinary ideas, background information and creative visions at the Symposium Dürnstein.

Overview
of all Lectures

Thursday, March 4, 2021

  • 05:30 -
  • 06:00 PM
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  • 06:00 -
  • 06:10 PM
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  • 06:10 -
  • 06:40 PM
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The founders: Ursula Baatz, Maximilian Fürnsinn CanReg, Erwin Pröll, Barbara Schwarz, Martin Vogg,

 

  • 06:40 -
  • 06:50 PM
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Ursula Baatz, Curator of the Symposium Dürnstein

 

Exhibition: The "Bildungsbüffet" - an artistic discussion of the students of the KPH Vienna/Krems - complements the Symposium Dürnstein with a surprising and stimulating feast for the eyes. Direction Sigrid Pohl.

 

Friday, March 5, 2021

Leonie Ascone Michelis, Neuropsychologist at the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf

 

Gabriele Klein, Sociologist and cultural scientist

 

Moderator and discussion facilitator: Joachim Schwendenwein, organizational consultant

Exhibition: The "Bildungsbüffet" - an artistic discussion of the students of the KPH Vienna/Krems - complements the Symposium Dürnstein with a surprising and stimulating feast for the eyes. Direction Sigrid Pohl.

Saturday, March 6, 2021

Kenan Dogan Güngör, Sociologist and political consultant

 

Sebastian Pfütze, Certified wilderness educator of wilderness knowledge (www.wildniswissen.de), biologist and environmental scientist

  • 09:30 -
  • 10:30 AM
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Timothy Snyder, Historian and Yale Professor

 

Moderator and discussion facilitator: Joachim Schwendenwein, organizational consultant

Exhibition: The "Bildungsbüffet" - an artistic discussion of the students of the KPH Vienna/Krems - complements the Symposium Dürnstein with a surprising and stimulating feast for the eyes. Direction Sigrid Pohl.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

  • 05:30 - 06:00 PM
  • Admission

  • 06:00 - 06:10 PM
  • Opening

  • 06:10 - 06:40 PM
  • A region that focuses on knowledge: traditional culture meets contemporary thinking. 10th anniversary of the Symposium Dürnstein

  • Podium Discussion
  • The founders: Ursula Baatz, Maximilian Fürnsinn CanReg, Erwin Pröll, Barbara Schwarz, Martin Vogg,

     

  • 06:40 - 06:50 PM
  • The right to Education is a Human Right

  • Lecture
  • Ursula Baatz, Curator of the Symposium Dürnstein

     

  • 06:50 - 08:00 PM
  • "Allow not nature more than nature needs, Man's life's as cheap as beast's" (Shakespeare, King Lear)

  • Lecture
  • Michael Köhlmeier, Writer

     

Friday, March 5, 2021

    • © Leonie Ascone Michelis
  • Mental resilience from the perspective of positive psychology: Impulses from science and practice

  • Lecture
  • Leonie Ascone Michelis, Neuropsychologist at the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf

     

    • © Gabriele Klein
  • Movement and contemplation. On the systemic relevance of the body

  • Lecture
  • Gabriele Klein, Sociologist and cultural scientist

     

Saturday, March 6, 2021

    • © Magdalena Possert
  • Education and migration society: challenges and perspectives

  • Lecture
  • Kenan Dogan Güngör, Sociologist and political consultant

     

    • © Henry Sowinski
  • Education in nature. Closeness to nature through wilderness education

  • Lecture
  • Sebastian Pfütze, Certified wilderness educator of wilderness knowledge (www.wildniswissen.de), biologist and environmental scientist

    • © Timothy Snyder
  • 09:30 - 10:30 AM
  • Education for Europe

  • Lecture
  • Timothy Snyder, Historian and Yale Professor