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Zertifikat: Gender, Sexuality and Diversity

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https://www.uni-giessen.de/fbz/fb05/zertifikate/gender-sexuality-diversity

 

 
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[Vl] 'Woman'/Feminisms/Queer/Trans and Nonbinary/Race/Nation/Ability - Decolonizing Knowledge, Introducing Diversity Studies and Inclusion (NOT FOR ICB STUDENTS)
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 17.10.2022
wöchentlich Mo. 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 05.12.2022, Raum: online

Kommentar:

This interactive series of lectures seeks to introduce you to the concepts of and issues in gender, sexuality, and diversity studies. The aim is to make clear how gender, sexuality, LGBTQIA+ rights, race, class, nationhood, migration status, and ableism have to be thought in conjunction with each other in order to understand and to trouble existing social hierarchies. In each session, we will relate an issue such as racial politics or trans rights to the U.S. American and/or the German cultural political context, paying particular attention to contentious issues in this American election year. The goal is to heighten our sensibilities for how we think and talk about and react to social hierarchies based on categories of identity.

The lecture series can be taken as part of your Anglophone Studies coursework and/or as the introduction to the Certificate in Gender, Sexuality, and Diversity. This certificate aims to give students the tools for understanding how gender and sexuality intersect with other areas of identity and social experience so as to combat continued forms of inequality in work and in their private lives. The certificate also adds a valuable extra qualification for those who wish to work in organizations and businesses committed to diversity (https://www.uni-giessen.de/faculties/f05/certificates/certificate-in-gender-sexuality-and-diversity).


[Si] Worlds on Fire: Tracing Abolitionist Theory from Frederick Douglass to Dean Spade
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 18.10.2022
wöchentlich Di. 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 06.12.2022, Raum: Alter Steinbacher Weg 44, 202

Kommentar:

This course will introduce the concept of abolitionism and some of its manifestations. We will look at the history of abolition from the American Revolution to today, get to know W.E.B. Du Bois’ concept of “abolition democracy,” and talk about current abolitionist movements in the U.S. We will also discuss how the concept of abolitionism is imagined as the foundation of new sociocultural orders, and analyze its potential for political activism. Please make sure to enroll on Stud.IP and FlexNow.


[Vl] 'Woman'/Feminisms/Queer/Trans and Nonbinary/Race/Nation/Ability - Decolonizing Knowledge, Introducing Diversity Studies and Inclusion (NOT FOR ICB STUDENTS)
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 17.10.2022
wöchentlich Mo. 18:00 - 20:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 05.12.2022, Raum: online

Kommentar:

This interactive series of lectures seeks to introduce you to the concepts of and issues in gender, sexuality, and diversity studies. The aim is to make clear how gender, sexuality, LGBTQIA+ rights, race, class, nationhood, migration status, and ableism have to be thought in conjunction with each other in order to understand and to trouble existing social hierarchies. In each session, we will relate an issue such as racial politics or trans rights to the U.S. American and/or the German cultural political context, paying particular attention to contentious issues in this American election year. The goal is to heighten our sensibilities for how we think and talk about and react to social hierarchies based on categories of identity.

The lecture series can be taken as part of your Anglophone Studies coursework and/or as the introduction to the Certificate in Gender, Sexuality, and Diversity. This certificate aims to give students the tools for understanding how gender and sexuality intersect with other areas of identity and social experience so as to combat continued forms of inequality in work and in their private lives. The certificate also adds a valuable extra qualification for those who wish to work in organizations and businesses committed to diversity (https://www.uni-giessen.de/faculties/f05/certificates/certificate-in-gender-sexuality-and-diversity).


[Si] Worlds on Fire: Tracing Abolitionist Theory from Frederick Douglass to Dean Spade
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 18.10.2022
wöchentlich Di. 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 06.12.2022, Raum: Alter Steinbacher Weg 44, 202

Kommentar:

This course will introduce the concept of abolitionism and some of its manifestations. We will look at the history of abolition from the American Revolution to today, get to know W.E.B. Du Bois’ concept of “abolition democracy,” and talk about current abolitionist movements in the U.S. We will also discuss how the concept of abolitionism is imagined as the foundation of new sociocultural orders, and analyze its potential for political activism. Please make sure to enroll on Stud.IP and FlexNow.


 
[Si] "America Sings for You": Gender, Race, and the U.S. American Nation in Hamilton
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 18.10.2022
wöchentlich Di. 16:00 - 18:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 06.12.2022, Raum: Alter Steinbacher Weg 44, 101

Kommentar:

Immigrant, soldier, intellectual, politician - Alexander Hamilton is one of the great but forgotten founding fathers of the United States. Until 2015, that is. That year, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton: An American Musical premiered Off-Broadway, and has since been showered with international critical acclaim. The musical narrows in on the time of the American Revolution up until the founding of the US government through one of its key figures, Hamilton. And it does so from the perspective of the US today, with an all BIPoC cast and rap battles.

This seminar will consider the Blockbuster musical from three angles: Gender, race, and the US American nation as envisioned from the perspectives of the historical figure Alexander Hamilton and actor, songwriter, and producer Lin-Manuel Miranda. We will consider the time of the US American Revolution and the ratification of the Constitution, the musical's rewriting of history, the (alleged) reimagination of gender and race tropes at Broadway, up to the musical's political reverberations today.


[Ü] Was tun? Černyševskij und die frühe russische Frauenbewegung
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 18.10.2022
wöchentlich Di. 16:00 - 18:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 06.12.2022, Raum: Phil. I, G 026

Kommentar:

Nikolaj Černyševskijs epochemachender Roman "Čto delat’. Iz rasskazov o novych ljudjach" [Was tun? Erzählungen von den neuen Menschen] von 1863 entwirft eine Utopie, die der Autor in seiner Gegenwart ansiedelt. Die von überkommenen Vorurteilen freien „neuen Menschen“ errichten die genossenschaftlichen Vorstufen einer künftigen sozialistischen Gesellschaft. Zentral ist dabei die Emanzipation der Frauengestalt Vera Pavlova zwischen zwei Männern und einer rein weiblichen Schneiderinnenkooperative.
Die enorme Breitenrezeption des Romans verhilft einem bestimmten realistischen Paradigma der Literaturgeschichte zum Durchbruch. Sie trägt bei zur Herausbildung der ersten weite Kreise ziehenden Alternativkultur in Russland und wird zur Inspirationsquelle der frühen russischen Frauenbewegung.

Weitere Teilnehmende sind willkommen; zur Anmeldung bitte E-Mail an dirk.uffelmann@slavistik.uni-giessen.de


[Si] Worlds on Fire: Tracing Abolitionist Theory from Frederick Douglass to Dean Spade
Dozent/-in:
Zeit und Ort:
regelmäßiger Termin ab 18.10.2022
wöchentlich Di. 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr
nächster Termin: 06.12.2022, Raum: Alter Steinbacher Weg 44, 202

Kommentar:

This course will introduce the concept of abolitionism and some of its manifestations. We will look at the history of abolition from the American Revolution to today, get to know W.E.B. Du Bois’ concept of “abolition democracy,” and talk about current abolitionist movements in the U.S. We will also discuss how the concept of abolitionism is imagined as the foundation of new sociocultural orders, and analyze its potential for political activism. Please make sure to enroll on Stud.IP and FlexNow.


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