Verschlagwortet: identity

Passing as a Refugee

By Keren Weitzberg. Mahad was born in Kenya – a fact that neither his passport, nor carefully scripted biography suggests. For decades, Kenyan Somalis (citizens of Kenya who also identify as Somali) have faced discrimination in accessing legal documents, including national identity cards, passports, and birth certificates.

Imagining Southern Spaces: Hemispheric and Transatlantic Souths in Antebellum US Writings

By Deniz Bozkurt-Pekár. Let me set the scene: A rich meadow expanding by the bountiful river, a gentleman leaning on the white column of the porch of a haint-blue mansion, a pale-white lady in flamboyant attire sitting on a rocking-chair behind him, away from them yet within their eyesight are the cotton, corn, or tobacco fields hiding behind their crop the tired bodies of black men, women, and children.

»Rusé, malin, trompeur,…« Dévirilisation du colporteur juif par les agents de la police des étrangers?, Résumé de Yasmina Zian

La femme appartenant au supposé sexe faible, la féminisation de l’Autre1 est un mécanisme récurrent dans le discours de la société européenne du 19ème siècle. Il sert d’argument pour justifier des rapports inégaux entre groupes et des discriminations qui s’ensuivent « féminiser l’ennemi suppose qu’il ait besoin, comme la femme, d’être dominé. »2 Mais si la féminisation est un processus…

Table Topics “Artistic Intervention”

The table Artistic Intervention, hosted by Prof. Mathilde ter Heijne (Kunsthochschule Kassel) and Prof. Dr. Dorothea von Hantelmann (Kunsthochschule Kassel) will focus on the perspective of the artists and their impact on museum rituals. Since their inception museums have increasingly solidified their … Weiterlesen

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