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Berlin-Bound in November
Thu, 09/06/2012 - 16:21
I’m pleased to report that I will be visiting Berlin, Germany, as a residential fellow at the American Academy in Berlin for six weeks starting November 1. As the winner of the Bosch Berlin Prize in Public Policy, I will be meeting with many commons scholars and activists, and studying the future of the commons movement.
It will be a great opportunity for me to spend some time meeting with some leading thinkers and commons practitioners, including at the Heinrich Böll Foundation. I also plan to do a lot of reading and thinking….and to learn from the other fellows at the Academy. I haven’t had a lot of time for such things over the past several years because of my various book projects and speaking engagements.
If you happen to be passing through Berlin in November, or if you live nearby, let me know. I may be busy, but perhaps we could do coffee.