In what ways are temporality and diversity normative constructs?
What presuppositions about temporality underlie your discipline? Do they shape research and its findings?
In what ways is diversity a temporal construct?
How does diversity entail different time conceptions?
How do different media forms shape sociocultural difference, experiences of time, and/or memory?
How does the current pandemic affect your understanding of time and of diversity?
Follow the IRTG Diversity Youtube channel to find the answers to these questions and hear more about what our IRTG faculty members have to say about "Temporalities of Diversity / Temporalités de la diversité:"
Prof. Dr. Christoph Vatter Intercultural Communication, Saarland University:
Prof. Dr. Astrid Fellner North American Literary and Cultural Studies, Saarland University:
Dr. Alex Demeulenaere lecturer for Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Trier:
Prof. Laurence McFalls, PhD Science politique, Université de Montréal:
Lisa Johnson postdoctoral researcher in Anthropology, University of Trier:
Prof. em. Dr. Wolfgang Klooß English Studies, University of Trier: