So Many Reports, So Many QuestionsFor instance: is there such a thing as postcolonial critical planning? Gabu Heindl“ The young Alexander conquered India. / Was he alone? / Caesar beat the Gauls.Did he not even have a cook with him?” This is a selection of questions Bertold Brecht poses in his1935 poem “Questions from a worker who reads.” After posing a number of productively naïve questions, he concludes the poem with: “So many reports. / So many questions.”
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So Many Reports, So Many Questions. For Instance: Is There Such a Thing as Postcolonial Critical Planning?
Gabu Heindl in: Transcultural Modernisms. Model House Research Group (Fahim Amir, Eva Egermann, Moira Hille, Jakob Krameritsch, Christian Kravagna, Christina Linortner, Marion von Osten, Peter Spillman, editors): Transcultural Modernisms, Sternberg Press, 2013, p. 244-255.