- Sunday, 21st Nov
- 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm IST
Some science fiction work has become a reality today. Did they write before their time? Were they able to foresee a future, a kind of prediction? This workshop employs the works of Stanislaw Lem and focuses on helping the participant deconstruct science fiction as a future being foretold, of writing predictive texts and embarking on writing your own science fiction story
-Introduction to Stanislaw Lem
-Richness of Lem’s literary and philosophical works
-Science fiction as futurology.
-Write your own futuristic story
-Sharing and feedback
Day & Date : Sunday, 21 Nov 2021
Time: 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm IST
Register : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1AKhr4eGLTeF2lmEPHU3frHJ9AzpIit5fwiST4Dl1KOQ/edit?ts=618d3f29
Introduction to Facilitator
Marek Kadzielski – Philosopher &; Translator, Poland
Marek Kądzielsk is a Polish philosopher, translator and university lecturer, who promotes contemporary Polish philosophers in the Poland Daily Culture programme broadcast in English by Telewizja Republika. He has translated Bertrand Russell’s Power into Polish, and has published reviews of philosophical books in The New Books Polish literary monthly. He works as a legal translator and interpreter for international law firms in Poland, and has also published a handbook entitled Freelancer: a key to success. He is an expert member of the Association of Polish Legal, Court and Economic Translators TEPIS, and a member of the Polish Geopolitical Society.