Individual events

SUMMSER SEMESTER 2022

14.06.2022

'Beauty as a Feminist Keyword: Reflections on Fieldwork in Turkey and a Manifesto', a lecture by Claudia Liebelt

 

31.05.22

'Feminism in Contemporary Russia: From Art Activism and Civil Education to Anti-war Resistance', a lecture by Ella Rossman (School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London)

 

WINTER SEMESTER 2021/22

 

26.01.22

‘Solidarity’, a workshop with short (10 minute) lectures by, and a discussion with, Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich, Solvejg Wolfers-Pommerenke, Angelika Henschel and Serhat Karakayali (Leuphana University of Lüneburg)

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2021

 

26.05.21

‘Resilience’, a workshop with short (10 minute) lectures by, and a discussion with, Sarah Martiny (UiT, the Arctiv University of Norway) and from Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Lars Alberth, Katharina Kapitza and Jan Müggenburg

 

18.05.21

Diversity Day – a series of events organised by the Office for Equal Opportunities in cooperation with the Gender and Diversity Research Network. More information is available here

 

WINTER SEMESTER 2020/21

 

13.11.20

Annual conference of the LAGEN (Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft derEinrichtung für Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung in Niedersachsen), under the title Geschlechterforschung in Transformation – Inhalte, Strukturen und Prozesse. The conference was hosted by the Gender and Diversity Research Network at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. The conference timetable is available here

 

12.11.20

10th Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Conference for Doctoral Candidates in Lower Saxony (10. Interdisziplinärer Niedersächsischer Doktoran_innentag Gender Studies der Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft der Einrichtung für Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung in Niedersachsen (LAGEN)). The conference was hosted by the Gender and Diversity Research Network at Leuphana University of Lüneburg. The conference timetable is available here

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2020

 

26.05.20

Diversity Day – a series of events organised by the Office for Equal Opportunities in cooperation with the Gender and Diversity Research Network. More information is available here

 

WINTER SEMESTER 2019/20

 

12.03.20

‘Utopien des Politischen: Queer Ecology meets Feminist Science Fiction’, a lecture by Christine Klapeer (Georg August University of Göttingen and University of Innsbruck)

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2019

 

12.06.19

‘Museen Queeren?! Strategien der Vänderung von Ausstellungs- und Sammlungspraxis in Geschichtsmuseen’, a lecture by Hannes Hacke (Humboldt University to Berlin)

 

04.06.19

‘“This is a Journey into Sound…” Musik und Migration. Gastarbeiterblues, Almanyamüzik, Hochzeitsrave und HipHop’, a musical lecture by Imran Ayata

 

28.05.19

Diversity Day – a series of events organised by the Office for Equal Opportunities in cooperation with the Gender and Diversity Research Network. More information is available here

 

WINTER SEMESTER 2018/19

 

18.12.18

The Gender and Diversity Research Network participated in the #4genderstudies online campaign.

 

10.12.18

‘Care, Work, Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Connections’, a lecture by, and workshop with, Gabriele Winker (Technische Universität Hamburg)

 

13.11.18           

 ‘Tearing off the Straight Jackets: Gay Liberation and Radical Psychiatry’, lecture by Hannah Proctor (ICI Berlin)

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2018

 

26.06.18

The Queer Politics of HIV/AIDS: Past and Present’, an international workshop featuring the following lectures:

- ‘Sex Workers’ Struggles in Europe: HIV and Beyond’ by Agata Dziuban (Jagiellonian University)

- ‘Film, AIDS, Activism: Cultural Engagements that Move’ by Todd Sekuler (Humboldt University to Berlin)

- ‘The Many-Headed Hydra – Minorities’ Struggles, an ACT-UP Paris Legacy’ by Isabelle Saint-Saëns (formerly of ACT UP Paris)

- ‘The Queer Politics of HIV/AIDS in Tunisia’, by Katharina Alexi, Caja Fischer, Steffi Hobuß and Imen Taleb (Leuphana University of Lüneburg)

 

26.06.18

120 BPM, film screening on anti-AIDS activism in Paris. Held at Scala Cinema, Lüneburg

 

05.06.18

Diversity Day – a series of events organised by the Office for Equal Opportunities in cooperation with the Gender and Diversity Research Network. More information is available here

 

WINTER SEMESTER 2017/18

 

08.03.18

The Gender and Diversity Research Network hosted the founding meeting of AG GENAU*T, i.e. the working group, Gender Relations, Sutainability, Environment and Transformation (AG Geschlechterverhältnisse, Nachhaltigkeit, Umwelt und Transforamtion). The working group works within the German Gender Studies Association (Fachgesellschaft Genderstudies). More information is available here.

 

07.02.18

‘Nachhaltiges Wirtschaften - innovative Impulse aus der Wissenschaft für die Praxis?’, a panel discussion (Salongespräch) with Barbara Hartung (Ministry of Science and Culture, Lower Saxony), Viktoria Kickinger (Director’s Academy and Director’s Channel) and Ulrike Knobloch (Vechta University). This was the closing event of ‘Tour de LAGEN – 10 Jahre LAGEN, 10 Einrichtungen, 10 Veranstaltungen

 

10.01.18

‘Zwischen Selbstenblößund und Selbstermächtigung: Affektive Öffentlichkeiten im antirassistischen und queeren Videoaktivismus in den USA’, lecture by Chris Tedjasukmana (Free University of Berlin)

 

29.11.17

‘Women and Sound Handicraft under State Socialism in Poland’, lecture by Andrea Bohlman (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

 

27.11.17

‘Queer/ing Development in Homo(trans)nationalist Times? The Ambivalent Trajectory of LGBTIQ* Inclusive Development Agendas’, lecture by Christine M. Klapeer (Georg August University of Göttingen)

 

13.11.17

‘Decolonizing Queer Citizenship: The Politics of Respect and the Limits of Liberalism in Brazil’, lecture by Jan Simon Hutta (University of Bayreuth)

 

23.10.17 – 11.12.17

‘Abschiebungen – Von Willkommenskultur und Grenzschiessungen’, film and lecture series, organised by PLURAL in cooperation with the Gender and Diversity Research Network, ZDEMO, Scala cinema, AMIKECO, Hochschule ohne Grenzen and Welcome and Learning Centre. Details of individual events available here.

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2017

 

28.06.17

‘Technology Becomes Her: Changing Understandings of Women, Machines, and Work in the Era of the Digital Assistant’, lecture by Helen Hester (University of West London)

 

20.06.17

‘Surrogate Effects: The Politics of Labor, Reproduction, Protest and Difference in Social Technologies’, lecture by Kalindi Vora (University of California, San Diego)

 

06.06.17

‘Between the Wage and the Commons’, lecture by Silvia Federici (Hofstra University)

 

30.05.17

Diversity Day – a series of events organised by the Office for Equal Opportunities in cooperation with the Gender and Diversity Research Network. More information is available here

 

30.05.17

‘Forschungs-Praxis-Talk’, a discussion on inclusivity and the university, with Simone Abels, Michael Ahlers, Christoph Brunner, Jessica Süßenbach and Ben Trott

 

24.05.17

‘Communities of Care: Queer-Feministische Politiken der Reproduktion im Krisenkapitalismus‘, lecture by Mike Laufenberg (Technische Universität Berlin)

 

10.05.17           

‘Thinking Democracy and Neoliberalism’, a workshop with Michael Hardt (Duke University) and Kathi Weeks (Duke University)

 

09.05.17

‘Down with Love: Feminist Critique & and the New Ideologies of Work’, a lecture by Kathi Weeks (Duke University)

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2016

 

The Gender and Diversity Research Network was launched with three panel discussion (Salongespräche):

 

22.06.16

 ‘Flucht und Migration – zur sozialen Verantwortung der Wissenschaft aus gender- und diversitätstheoretischer Perspektive’, a panel discussion with Birgit Althans, Stephan Baglikow, Katherine Braun, Camille Brüssel, Susanna Dedring and Ursula Kirschner

 

25.05.16

‘Richtiges Leben in falschen Strukturen? Welche strukturellen Bedingungen fördern Geschlechter- und Diversitätsforschung?’, a panel discussion with Janina Dannenberg, Elke Grittmann, Ole Norhausen, Kathrin van Riesen, Janne Schweitzer and Anke Zerm 

 

19.01.16

 ‘Geschlechter- und Diversitätsforschung ist die Antwort – was war die Frage?’, a panel discussion with Katharina Fritsche, Sebastian Heilmann, Angelika Henschel and Sybille Münch