Shalini Randeria

Pandemie der Ungleichheiten

India  / Austria  / Switzerland




In creating a global health crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed our individual and social vulnerability and interdependence. Yet, different people are affected by the pandemic in different ways – depending on where they live, how they earn their living and what access to medical care they have. Social anthropologist Shalini Randeria takes a close look at socio-economic, age-related and gender-related inequalities. In her lecture, she focuses on questions of global solidarity in view of vaccine shortages and an ecologically unbalanced world. (mr)




Artistic direction and cast

ModerationRohit Jain
FotoKlaus Ranger, ZTS/Christian Altorfer


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Lecture series Talking on Water



1:30 hrs.


German, with simultaneous translation to English

An inclusive event

accessible with wheelchair with sign language

The lecture is translated into sign language

Safety Concept

For this event, a COVID certificate is necessary. Please present your ID or passport along with your COVID certificate at the entrance. There is also an obligation to wear masks. See here for more information about your visit to the Theater Spektakel

Live-stream & on demand

The lecture will be broadcasetd as a live stream on > Digital. Additionally, from Sun 29 August 18:00 hrs, the lecture can be watched online for free


The lecture is supported by Ernst Göhner Stiftung and Max Kohler Stiftung


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