FREIBURGERINNEN AUS ALLER WELT

Our Stories is an audioguide made by eleven women in Freiburg, Germany. Guided by radio journalist, Anna Trautwein, and writer, Annette Aly, the women participated in radio and writing workshops where they developed their own storytelling styles. The audioguide was then shared on a city tour application. It serves the purpose of showing Freiburg through the perspective of women who call it their home.The storytellers wanted to show themselves as a personally and culturally diverse  group of Freiburger women, who have deep connections to these locations. Dhurata Caushaj, Theresa O'Brien, Yaosca Padilla de Rothmund, Naschmil Khaleh, Jasmina Prpić, Diana Parrado Torres, Evgenija Baumann, Annette Aly, Beatriz Diaz de la Cruz and Natalja Althauser share their stories here.

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Theresa O'Brien - Chiseled in Stone
Theresa O'Brien - Chiseled in Stone

Theresa tells a story of aloneness, trust and love of living. She shares a text about her search to find her self. You can listen to Theresa's story using the link below:

Naschmil Khaleh- My Re-birth
Naschmil Khaleh- My Re-birth

Naschmil's story talks about how in Iran she always wanted to study philosophy but was never allowed on campus, as she was not a registered student. When she moved to Freiburg, Germany, she was able to join seminars and make new friends whom she could discuss ideas of her favourite philosophers with. You can listen to Naschmil's story using the link below:

Natalja Althauser - Café Magic in Colombi
Natalja Althauser - Café Magic in Colombi

Natalja is an actress, director and author in Freiburg and Leipzig. In her short story about the Colombi Hotel, the past and the atmosphere of departure, the old and the new, 'Bobbele' and the Soviet Union merge playfully. You can listen to Natalja's story using the link below:

Theresa O'Brien - Chiseled in Stone
Theresa O'Brien - Chiseled in Stone

Theresa tells a story of aloneness, trust and love of living. She shares a text about her search to find her self. You can listen to Theresa's story using the link below: