Navigating the Changing Times of Gender, Sexuality, and Migration in Europe

Mi07Jun18:00Mi22:00Navigating the Changing Times of Gender, Sexuality, and Migration in EuropeVeranstaltungsartPanel,Roundtable

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June 7, 2023 – ACUD

Opening roundtable with Fatima El-Tayeb, author of European Others: Queering Ethnicity in Postnational Europe (2011), and Jin Haritaworn, author of Queer Lovers and Hateful Others: Regenerating Violent Times and Places (2015), in conversation with Tunay Altay and Rebecca Ajnwojner.
Catering will be provided.

June 8, 2023 – Heinrich Böll Foundation

Panel talks with B Camminga (ICI Berlin), Omar Kasmani (FU Berlin), Razan Ghazzawi (University of Sussex), Yener Bayramoglu (Manchester Metropolitan University), Ahmed Awadalla, Firoozeh Farvardin, Sarah Scuzzarello (University of Sussex), Anna Korteweg (University of Toronto), Camille Ogoti (ORAM), Irene Kuzemko (OII Europe), and Konstantin Sherstyuk, Ahmad Qais Munhazim (Thomas Jefferson University)
Catering will be provided.

There is limited space available for both days. Please consider canceling your tickets if you are unsure of your attendance. Please try to show up on time to secure your seats.

The mainstream conception of migration reinforces heteronormativity and silences the experiences of queer migrants, refugees, asylum-seekers, and undocumented people in Europe. The emerging scholarship on queer migration has shown the central role of gender and sexuality in migration politics and border control regimes. Researchers and activists have also revealed the ways in which gender justice and sexual rights discourse have been instrumentalized to advance anti-refugee and anti-migrant sentiments in Europe. This conference aims to bring together researchers, artists, and activists to discuss how queer and feminist interventions could inform the everyday life and representation of migration, displacement, and exile from an intersectional and comparative perspective.

The event is co-organized by Heinrich Böll Foundation and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. The event is partly funded by the research project titled “Transforming political representation from below: The role of (post)migrant civil society organizations in Germany.” This is a three-year research project supported by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ). You can learn more about the project from our website.

For more information, please contact Tunay Altay, tunay.altay@hu-berlin.de.

Free registration here

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7. Juni 2023 18:00 - 22:00(GMT+02:00)

ACUD MACHT NEU

Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin

ACUD MACHT NEU