A conversation with the neuroscientist about the nature of consciousness, how it can be studied and the implications of understanding it.
An interview with architect and urban planner Mar Santamaria on the present and future challenges of contemporary cities, public policies, data and urban rights.
Mathieu Potte-Bonneville (Centre Pompidou) and Judit Carrera (CCCB) talk about the future of cultural institutions.
Samanta Schweblin: “The Latin American women authors of my generation feel the joy of having arrived at a party in full swing”
Begoña Gómez Urzaiz
We talk to the Argentinian writer about her work, halfway between realism and science fiction.
We talk to the journalist about minimalism and how this trend affects us when it comes to relating to the world that surrounds us.
We delve into the worlds of a writer of unclassifiable works that give wing to our imaginations.
We talk to the filmmaker about his particular understanding of film, inextricably entwined with his life.
We talk to the South African artist about segregation, the echoes of colonialism and the anti-racist struggle.
We talk with the trio of stage directors behind Rimini Protokoll, an avant-garde German company that has pushed theatre beyond its boundaries.
We talk to the scriptwriter of video games and science-fiction author about their narrative potential and the challenges still facing this digital format.
We talk to this lawyer, activist, and journalist about his experiences with protests and non-violent civil disobedience in Hong Kong.
In light of her latest book, we talk with the English author about some of the most important challenges of today: the climate crisis, Brexit, and the rise of the extreme right.
Roger Manau Flotats
We talk with the German philosopher and journalist about the need to heed the complex web of violences, of hate and of silences and the need to find words to fight it.
A conversation about the point from which writing departs, with one of the main voices from a generation of writers who live between Latin America and the United States.
Renata Ávila: “The Internet of creation disappeared. Now we have the Internet of surveillance and control”
An interview with this specialist in human rights, technology and freedom of expression to discuss how today’s societies are advancing to the drumbeat of “digital colonialism”.
We talk with one of the leading voices of contemporary African literature about linguistic imperialism and the importance of decolonising minds and the imagination.
Henry Giroux: “Those arguing that education should be neutral are really arguing for a version of education in which nobody is accountable”
An interview with founder of critical pedagogy Henry Giroux on the meaning of education, suspicions regarding neutrality and on how current uncertainties could be a driving force to rethink and generate new possibilities.
A conversation with the journalist specialised in gender equality in North Africa and the Middle East about the oppression of women and the need to deconstruct the patriarchy in all its manifestations.
A conversation with this journalist, who is a specialist in economics and the author of “Postcapitalism”, which looks at the structural changes of our economic system and the real possibilities of imagining a world beyond it.
Rosi Braidotti: “What is necessary is a radical transformation, following the bases of feminism, anti-racism and anti-fascism”
A talk with the philosopher and humanist about what it means to be human in a changing world, where new forms of capitalism are marking out the future of what we are and what we will become.
A conversation with mathematician Marcus du Sautoy about the Universe, the difference between Mathematics and Physics, AI and the relationship between science and literature.