L'intervista / The Interview
Interview with Karl-Siegbert Rehberg Karl-Siegbert Rehberg is one of Germany’s best known sociologists, and he enjoys undisputed renown internationally. Born in Aquisgrana in 1943, he did his doctorate under Arnold Gehlen. During his career he has held important institutional roles, obtained numerous prizes and accolades, and taught in various universities in his home country and abroad. He is currently Senior Professor at the Technische Universität in Dresden, where he teaches sociological theories, history of sociological thinking and sociology of culture and art. During the interview ...
Interview with Renate Siebert Renate Siebert is a distinctive/unique figure in the field of sociology in Italy and the rest of Europe. German-born, she was a pupil of Adorno’s, under whom she graduated in the late 1960s with a thesis on Frantz Fanon published in German, Italian, French, Spanish and English. In the early 1970s she moved to Italy, first Milan and then the University of Calabria, where she found the path that was to shape her scientific, civil and political field of interest: the situation and experiences of those on the margins of society, victims of prejudice and discrimination, ...