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Dr. Heinz Ickstadt, Professor [em.] and Former Director of the John-F.-Kennedy-Institute for North-American Studies, FU Berlin, Pynchon-Specialist [Berlin]

  • Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge Berlin, Nov. 2006
    Expert: a] Two Versions of Literary Post-Modernism in the U.S.A.: Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo
    b] Herman Melville and the Literature of American Romanticism

Matthew Igboamalu chaplain and speaker of the African community in the multi-cultural parish of St Andrä, studies Christian social ethics at the University of Graz; subject of his doctoral thesis: "The Fact of Corruption in the Nigerian Society- a Hindrance for Human Development" [Enugu/ Graz]

  • Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge Graz/ steirischer herbst, Sept. 2007
    Expert: The Fact of Corruption in the Nigerian Society- a Hindrance for Human Development

Prof. Eva Illouz, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, research interests: the impact of society on the formation of emotions, the capitalistic consumer society, and on media culture, publications (selection): Die Errettung der modernen Seele - Therapien, Gefühle und die Kultur der Selbsthilfe (2009), Der Konsum der Romantik. Liebe und die kulturellen Widersprüche des Kapitalismus (2003) [Jerusalem]

  • On the Scene of Intimacy. A Phantasmagoria, Berlin, Dez. 2009
    Charismatic Counsellor: Cooling Down Passion (broadcasting from parlamonium)

Hans Werner Ingensiep studied biology, and philosophy in Bonn. Following teaching and research posts in Germany and abroad, he is professor at the Institute for Philosophy and at the Centre for Medical Biology at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He is currently working on synthetic organisms such as "chimeras" or bounds of human life as "vegetating".

  • "Die Untoten – Life Sciences & Pulp Fiction", Hamburg, May 2011
    Expert: HUMAN VEGETABLES

Univ.-Doz. Dr. Roland Innerhofer, scholar in German literature, teaches Modern German literature at the Institute of German Studies at the University Vienna

  • Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge Vienna, May 2008
    Expert: The Song of Death. Guilt and Punishment in Kafka

Markku Into is a legend of Finnish poetry and was one of the main members of the underground movement of Turku in the late 1960s. Into has written 13 anthologies of poetry, along with prose and plays, and he has translated, amongst others, Charles Bukowski, Gregory Corso, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg and Hunter S. Thompson. He has also been awarded the Eino Leino prize. Into is a multifaceted man of letters and talented stage performer.

  • Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge Turku, Oct. 2011
    Expert: “A void in the universe”

İpek İpekçioğlu, DJ and activist, graduate in social pedagogy, event as well as quality manager, part of Kanakwood, co-founder of GLADT and Amuso, freelance writer [Izmir, London, Berlin]

  • Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non-Knowledge Berlin, March 2007
    Expert: Autoput- E5 Karayolu from Alamanya to Türkiye. A Narrative from Childhood

Zenon Iwanowski, Psychologist, Psychoanalyst [Warsaw]

  • Blackmarket for Useful Knowledge and Non- Knowledge Warsaw, Oct. 2005
    Expert: How to Stay Awake in a Dream, How to Dream in Reality? Practical Advice on Dreaming Techniques