27-29th May 2024
On 22 and 23 September, re:publica will take place in Hamburg for the first time. As part of this year’s Reeperbahn Festival, we will be presenting a two-day programme with discussions, lectures, workshops, performances and much more in the Festival Village on Heiligengeistfeld.
Join us! Get your Reeperbahn Festival ticket now - and get access to the entire re:publica programme on Friday and Saturday and of course to the entire Reeperbahn Festival programme with concerts and many other formats.
In addition to the mirror tent, the re:publica programme will take place at the Neo House and on an open air stage in the Festival Village. You can also look forward to a Maker Space and various workshops, games and performances.
Our programme in Hamburg will be dedicated to the current socio-political debates around the web and its communities. In particular, well be discussing ideas from and for new and established media, disinformation and conspiracy theories, as well as the diverse aspects of AI.
Speakers include philosopher and author Eva von Redecker and AI researcher Aurelie Herbelot, political consultant and blogger Martin Fuchs, author Mareice Kaiser, climate researcher Anders Levermann, Hamburg's Senator for Culture Carsten Brosda, journalist and author Özge Inan, cognitive psychologist and professor of digital communication Christian Stöcker and many more.
Over hundred ideas were submitted by our community in the Call for Participation for the re:publica programme in Hamburg. THANKS to everyone who took part. Some of them will be presented on our stages in Hamburg! Including a panel discussion with radioeins editors Diane Arapovic, Steffi Groth and Tocotronic-Bassist and Podcaster Jan Müller .
Fiete Stegers and Jonas Ziock discuss social media narratives after the Reichsbürger major raid.
Anja Räßler and Steffen Grziwa from Rocket Beans TV talk about “Pen-and-Paper-role playing games” as an entertainment format.
Education expert Linn Friedrichs, Professor Doris Weßels, the managing director of the non-profit Centre for Higher Education Development Frank Ziegele and Oliver Janoschka, office manager of the Higher Education Forum Digitalisation, will shed light on what the university should look like for the digital present and future.
An overview of all #rpRBF spekaers can be found here.