• Arendt, Hannah

  • Hannah Arendt

    Hannah Arendt

    Johanna "Hannah" Cohn Arendt (/ˈɛərənt, ˈɑːr-/, also US: /əˈrɛnt/, German: [ˈaːʁənt ]; 14 October 1906 – 4 December 1975), also known as Hannah Arendt Bluecher, was a German-American philosopher and political theorist. Her many books and articles on topics ranging from totalitarianism to epistemology have had a lasting influence on political theory. Arendt is widely considered one of the most important political philosophers of the twentieth century.

  • Hannah Arendt Prize

    The Hannah Arendt Prize for Political Thought (German: Hannah-Arendt-Preis für politisches Denken) is a prize awarded to individuals representing the tradition of political theorist Hannah Arendt, especially in regard to totalitarianism. It was instituted by the German Heinrich Böll Foundation (affiliated with the Alliance '90/The Greens ) and the government of Bremen in 1995, and is awarded by an international jury.

  • Hannah Arendt (film)

    Hannah Arendt (film)

    Hannah Arendt is a 2012 German-Luxembourgish-French biographical drama film directed by Margarethe von Trotta and starring Barbara Sukowa. The film centers in the life of German-Jewish philosopher and political theorist Hannah Arendt. It is distributed by Zeitgeist Films in the United States, where it opened theatrically on 29 May 2013.

  • Hannah Arendt Institute for the Research on Totalitarianism

    The Hannah Arendt Institute for Research on Totalitarianism (German: Hannah-Arendt-Institut für Totalitarismusforschung) is a German research institute affiliated with the Dresden University of Technology (Technische Universität Dresden), devoted to research on totalitarianism and comparative studies of dictatorships, particularly communism and fascism /nazism and comparative analyses. Named in honour of Hannah Arendt, the author of The Origins of Totalitarianism , the institute was founded by a decision of the Landtag of Saxony shortly after the fall of communism and opened in 1993. In its first two decades of existence, the main focus has been on the former East Germany and post-communist studies; since the 2010s the institute has also strengthened its research on the Nazi era. Since 2017, Thomas Lindenberger is the institute's director.

  • Hannah Arendt Prize in Critical Theory and Creative Research

    The Hannah Arendt Prize in Critical Theory and Creative Research is a prize competition awarded annually to original essays written on topics at the intersection of art and creative research. Essay submissions engage a new theme chosen each year in the tradition of political theorist Hannah Arendt. The award was established in 2012 by the Master of Arts in Critical Theory and Creative Research at the Oregon Institute for Creative Research in Portland, Oregon. Competition is open to the public, and winners are selected by an international jury.

  • The Lions' Den: Zionism and the Left from Hannah Arendt to Noam Chomsky

    The Lions' Den: Zionism and the Left from Hannah Arendt to Noam Chomsky is a 2019 book by Susie Linfield, a social and cultural theorist at New York University who self describes as a leftist and a Zionist. Lion's Den traces the roots of leftist Israel hatred through critical studies of eight influential leftist intellectuals: Hannah Arendt, Arthur Koestler, Maxime Rodinson, Isaac Deutscher, Albert Memmi, Fred Halliday; I. F. Stone and Noam Chomsky. Of the eight, Memmi and Halliday supported Israel's right to exist.

  • Hannah Arendt Prize for Political Thinking

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