Marx as a Migrant – A digital narrative
Karl Marx lived a long life as a migrant. Fleeing from the Prussian state, censorship and possible arrest, important stops on his journey were Paris, Brussels and London. These cities shaped his political activities, his engagement with political fellow-travellers, as well as his intellectual development and thus his entire work.
At the click of a mouse, you can follow Marx as a migrant from city to city. You can not only immerse yourself in his time, but also discover that even today, traces of his life and work continue to be seen in Paris, Brussels and London.
Each station takes about 45 minutes.
Paris, October 2017, 14, Rue des Moulins.
A five-minute walk from the Café de la Regence, and half an hour to rue Vaneau. The neighbourhood features Japanese restaurants, teahouses and shops selling Asian food products. Ten minutes on foot heading south is the inner courtyard of the Louvre.