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Retrospect 2021

Reflections on Postcolonial Memory

Guest Lecture by Sakiru Adebayo on December 15

Traumatic Memory in Arab American Literature on the Global 'War on Terror'

Guest Lecture by Katharina Motyl on December 8
WHEN December 8, 2021 at 10 am

WHERE MS Teams https://shorturl.at/bjyFI

Le malaise contemporain. Société et subjectivité dans la littérature francaise de 1990-2020

Colloque: 2-3 Décembre 2021
à Institut Pierre Werner
28, rue Münster, Luxembourg

Transoceanic Entanglements: Remembering forced labor migration in M.G. Vassanji’s The In-Between World of Vikram Lall and Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor’s Dust

Guest Lecture by Hanna Teichler on December 1

Award: Doctoral Candidate Isis Luxenburger Received Interregional Research Award

The prize “Interregionale Forschungsförderung / Soutien interregional à la recherché” of the Greater Region was awarded to Isis Luxenburger

The IRTG Welcomes Birte Nienaber

IRTG Visiting Scholar in November 2021

Relocation, Internment, Concentration Camps: Multidirectional Memories of Japanese Americans during WWII

Guest Lecture by Lynn Itagaki on November 24

WHEN November 24, 2021 at 10 am

WHERE MS Teams shorturl.at/bjyFI (copy and paste the shortcut into the adress bar of your browser)


Border Traumas, Aesthetics and Memory

Guest Lecture by Johan Schimanski on November 3

IRTG Diversity Success Stories: Marie-Eve Beaulieu Defended her Thesis

23 August 2021, Université de Montréal
On August 23, 2021, the IRTG Diversity's PhD researcher Marie-Eve Beaulieu defended her thesis on "Settler Shifts? A Manitoba Public School’s Changing Perspectives on an Anishinaabe Community" (Supervisors: Stefan Köngeter, St. Gallen / Till van Rahden, Montréal). The IRTG Diversity wholeheartedly congratulates Marie-Eve Beaulieu on her achievement.

L'alumni Bertrand Lavoie devient professeur en droit


Rencontre avec Sophie Deraspe : Diversité culturelle dans son film Antigone (2019)

Mardi le 13 juillet 2021 à 18 h (HEC)

“Canada and the North Atlantic Triangle Reconsidered: Transnational Moments in Post World War II Canadian Foreign Relations”

July 2, 2021 at 6pm (CET) - online

Call for Papers: Diversity in/of/around Canada - Interdisciplinary Approaches to Canadian Diversity

Deadline for submissions EXTENDED: May 30, 2021

Indians In Space!: Native Americans and Indigenous Representations in Sci-Fi and Pop Culture

Guest Lecture by Lee Francis IV on May 17

Reaching into the Heavens: Creating the Canada-US Border

Guest Lecture by Benjamin Hoy on May 14

Presentation of the IRTG Diversity as "Best Practice" at the DAAD Networking Event


Interview mit Andrea Geier über Cancel Culture, Blackfacing und Sprechverbote

IRTG Faculty Member Andrea Geier im Interview mit dem DLF

IRTG Doctoral Candidate Gïti Hatef-Rossa appointed member of Jury for Emmy Award 2020 and Grimme Award 2021


Memories of Diversity – Diversity of Memory / Mémoires de la Diversité – Diversité de la mémoire

Webinaire avec Pierrot Ross-Tremblay le 19 février

Workshop of the Emerging Scholars Forum of the Association for Canadian Studies

On February 17, 2021

Digitales Podiumsgespräch "Englische Lieblingsromane"

Podiumsdiskussion mit IRTG Faculty Member Prof. Ralf Hertel am 5. Februar, 7:00-8:30pm

Overstanding Patois: An Introduction to Jamaica's National Language

Lecture by Lisa Johnson on January 26

Exhibition Transformation EAST. Lives in Transition

Virtual Tour and Panel Discussion with Laurence McFalls on January 22

Call: Workshop of the Emerging Scholars Forum of the Association for Canadian Studies

Deadline for written expression of interest to present: 15 January 2021

Inszenierung von Diversität

Publikation der Dissertation von IRTG Diversity-Alumna Sarah Larsen-Vefring im Transcript Verlag

Ringvorlesung: Internationale Wissenschaft im digitalen Zeitalter

January 13, 6pm on ZOOM
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