Aktuelle Veranstaltungen

"10 Minuten - die den Unterschied machen" im WS 20/21 vierzehntägig:

21.10.   Feministische TechSpaces  –  nicht nur Zugang, sondern Teilhabe! | Nate Wessalowski (Literatur- und Quellenverweise des Beitrages)
04.11.    Diversity and Inclusion in Coworking Spaces: Tensions in an Emerging Field | Prof. Dr. Boukje Cnossen
18.11.    Gleichstellung in einer digitalen Ökonomie | Prof. Dr. Thomas Gegenhuber
02.12.    Der Einfluss von weiblichem Führungspersonal auf die CO2-Performance von Unternehmen |  Prof. Dr. Patrick Velte
16.12.    Personenbezogene Dienstleistungsberufe und Care Arbeit – Wiederbelebung alter Fragen? |   Prof.in Dr.in Anke Karber
13.01.    Mehrsprachigkeit an der Hochschule: (Un-)Sichtbares Potential? I Dr.in Friederike Dobutowitsch
27.01.    Geschlecht hilft verstehen! Sozial-ökologische Krise und Indigene Völker | Dr.in Janina Dannenberg
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Gender and Diversity Reading Group

This 2020/21 winter semester, the Gender and Diversity Reading Group will continue to meet once a month as it has done since 2016. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, however, the group will be meeting online.
If you would like to participate, please write to Ben Trott (ben.trott@leuphana.de) in order to receive a PDF of the readings and log-in details for the Zoom group.

As ever, the Reading Group focuses on new critical literature in the field. Discussions generally take place in a mixture of English and German and the group is open to all members of the university -- students, staff and faculty.

Wednesday 4 November 2020 (5:00-6:30pm)

    Saidiya Hartman (2020) "A Note on Method", in: Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radicals (Penguin) pp.xiii-xv
    Saidiya Hartman (2020) "Cast of Characters", in: Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radicals (Penguin) pp.xvii-xxi
    Saidiya Hartman (2020) "A Minor Figure", in: Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radicals (Penguin) pp.13-35


[This first winter semester meeting will be held together with the ArchipelagoLab's reading group which will engage with Hartman's book over the course of the semester. For more information, see: www.leuphana.de/en/institutes/ipk/archipelagolab.html]

Wednesday 25 November, 2020 (4:15-5:45pm)

    Christopher Chitty (2020) "Homosexuality and Capitalism", in: Sexual Hegemony: Statecraft, Sodomy, and Capital in the Rise of the World System (Duke University Press) pp.21-40
    Christopher Chitty (2020) "Historicizing the History of Sexuality", in: Sexual Hegemony: Statecraft, Sodomy, and Capital in the Rise of the World System (Duke University Press) pp.141-166


Wednesday 20 January, 2020 (4:15-5:45pm)

    Jack Halberstam (2020) Wild Things: The Disorder of Desire (Duke University Press) [extracts; exact page numbers to be confirmed]