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Retrospect 2020

Still Lives: Jewish Photography in Nazi Germany

A guest lecture by Ofer Ashkenazi (Department of History, Hebrew University) on February 7
When On Friday, February 7 from 1 pm to 3 pm Where At salle Lothar-Baier, Centre canadien d'études allemandes et européennes 5th floor Pavillon 3744, rue Jean-Brillant Abstract The talk considers photographs taken by non-professional Jewish photographers under the National Socialist regime. By the early 1930s, most German-Jewish families had used pocket-sized cameras to document their experiences, ...
 

Modes of Being vs. Categories – Queering the Tools of Intersectionality

Guest Lecture: Feb 7, 9.30 AM
Trier University, Room C 502
Prof. Elahe Haschemi Yekani (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin) will join the IRTG Diversity for the Workshop "Intersectionality and Interdisciplinarity - Challenges, Perspectives, Chances" on February 6 and 7, 2020. She will give a lecture on "Modes of Being vs. Categories - Queering the Tools of Intersectionality" on February 7 at 9.30 am. The Lecture is open to the public.
 

IRTG Workshop: “Intersectionality and Interdisciplinarity – Challenges, Perspectives, Chances”

February 6 and 7, 2020 at Trier University
Organized by: Charlotte Kaiser, Thomas Schira and Diana Thiesen
This workshop aims to explore the diverse paths intersectionality has been taking in activist movements, critical academia, and empowerment pedagogy. The workshop is open to the public and particularly welcomes graduate students from social sciences and humanities. The workshops wants to familiarize students with historical as well as contemporary negotiations and contestations of the concept of intersectionality. ...
 

Fictions of Water: Refugees and the Sea

Guest Lecture: Feb 4, 2020, 6 PM
Saarland University, Building A5 3, Lecture Hall 2.03
Prof. Ewa Macura Nnamdi (University of Silesia) will join the IRTG Diversity in Saarbrücken in January and February 2020. She will give a lecture on "Fictions of Water: Refugees and the Sea". This talk is about her current project tentatively titled Fictions of Water: Refugees and the Sea which aims to examine the aesthetic and political dimensions and effects of the relationship between refugees ...
 

Reading to Decolonize

From January 16th to February 20th at École Nationale de Théâtre
Richard Cassidy (post-doctoral fellow, IRTG Diversity/UdeM) and co-founder Jocelyn Parr (Dawson College) are eager to invite participants to the 6th Reading to Decolonize session over the next 5 consecutive Thursdays, starting on January 16th, (6:30 to 8:30 pm) at École Nationale de Théâtre 5030, rue St-Denis (Métro Laurier, buses 27, 30, 51). For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/721420168266886/ Reading ...
 

Fête de la rentrée

Le 17 janvier à la salle Lothar-Baier du CCÉAE
L'IRTG Diversity invite ses membres à fêter la rentrée, le nouvel an et la nouvelle décennie vendredi le 17 janvier de 16 h à 19 h à la salle Lothar-Baier du Centre canadien d'études allemandes et européennes au Pavillon 3744, rue Jean-Brillant. Un leger buffet accompagné des bulles et du vin seront offerts par le Centre et notre Groupe de formation à la recherche !
 
 
 
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