Cornelia Goethe Centrum

Events

You can find the GRADE Training Program for the Winter Semester 2019/2020 here. The current brochure of GRADE is also available as a direct download. The Program Brochure for the upcoming summer semester will be available soon.

Please register for the events, if not otherwise indicated, via mail to grade-gender@soz.uni-frankfurt.de.

Information on COVID-19

Due to the currently unpredictable developments regarding COVID-19, the Cornelia Goethe Centrum reserves the right to postpone or cancel events at short notice or to arrange video conferences. Please check again before the beginning of the events to find out about time, place and format.

Center-Specific Workshops and Lectures

Workshops

Workshops

Center-Specific Workshops and events

22.04.2021 15:00h
Jour Fixe – Networking, Program Planning and Information for members of GRADE Center Gender.
Language: English and German . Target Groups: M, E, A, P, HS.

28.04.2021 10:00-14:00h
Katajun Amirpur (Universität zu Köln)
Islamischer Feminismus und die Freiheit der Interpretation
Language: German. Target Groups: M, E, A, P, HS.

26.05.2021 16:15-19:00h.
Johanna Leinius (Universität Kassel), Heike Mauer (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Laura Mohr, Christine Löw (Goethe Universität)
Book Presentation “Intersektionalität und Postkolonialität” 16:15-16:45h.
Workshop “Feministisch Publizieren” 17:00-19:00h.

Info: This event consists of a book presentation and a subsequent workshop. Participation in both or in either one of the parts is possible.
Language: German. Target Groups: M, E, A, P, HS.

Fireside Chats

Mittwoch, 13.07.2021 – Ann Phoenix, University College London (UK)

Ann Phoenix is Professor of Psychosocial Studies at Thomas Coram Research Unit, Department of Social Sciences, UCL Institute of Education. Her publications include work on narratives, theoretical and empirical aspects of social identities, gender, masculinity, youth, intersectionality, racialization, ethnicisation, migration and transnational families.

Lectures

Cornelia Goethe Colloquien | Cornelia Goethe Lectures

Titel: Intersectionality in a Crossfire?

YOu can find current information on our Cornelia Goethe Colloquia here.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021, asynchron
Jennifer Nash – The Institutional Life of Intersectionality.
Language: English
Digital via YouTube.

Organizer: Cornelia Goethe Centrum für Frauenstudien und die Erforschung der Geschlechterverhältnisse (CGC)

Concept: Bettina Kleinert, Helma Lutz, Marianne Schmidbaur
Coordination: Lucas Schucht

Title: Whose Gender? Whose Sex? Zur Polyvalenz der Geschlechterverhältnisse im Islam.

Wednesday, April 28, 2021, asynchronous
Katajun Amirpur (Universität zu Köln)
Islamischer Feminismus im Horizont des Genderdiskurses.
Language: German
Digitally via Zoom & YouTube.

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Annelies Moors (University of Amsterdam (NL))
On High Heels and Face-Veils: The Ambivalent Gendered Racialization of Muslims in the Netherlands
Language: Englisch.

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Ozan Zakariya Keskinkilic (Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin)
Von Haremsfantasien zum “Geburten-Dschihad”. Sexualisierte Orient- und Islamdiskurse im historischen Vergleich
Language: German

Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Tanja Scheiterbauer (Goethe-Universität)
Frauenbewegungen im Maghreb in post-revolutionären Zeiten. (Neue) Kämpfe um Geschlecht und Sexualität.
Language: German

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Meltem Kulaçatan (Goethe-Universität)
Intersektionalität in der interventionsbasierten Forschung am Beispiel der muslimischen Zivilgesellschaft.
Kommentar: Davide Torrente (Goethe-Universität).
Language: German

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Ali Ghandour (Universität Münstler)
Muslimisch-Queere Momente
Language: German

Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Podiumsdiskussion
Islam und Geschlecht: Ein kritischer Blick auf Narrative des anti-muslimischen Rassismus.
Panelists:
Saba Nur Cheema (Bildungsstätte Anne Frank)
Harpreet Cholia (GFFB)
Schirin Amir Moazami (FU Berlin)
Michael Tunç (HAW Hamburg)
Moderator:
Anne Chebu
Language: German

Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Ann Phoenix (University College London)
tbd.
Language: Englisch.

Veranstalter*innen: Cornelia Goethe Centrum für Frauenstudien und die Erforschung der Geschlechterverhältnisse (CGC)

Konzeption: Meltem Kulaçatan, Helma Lutz, Marianne Schmidbaur
Koordination: Lucas Schucht

*M Elementary Courses for well-advanced Masters students
E Elementary Courses for Doctoral Candidates in 1st and 2nd Year
A Courses for Advanced Doctoral Candidates
P Courses for Postdocs
NL Natural and Life Sciences
HS Humanities and Social Sciences

Organizational Information

Main Languages: German and English
Contact: Dr. Marianne Schmidbaur | Cornelia Goethe Center
schmidbaur@soz.uni-frankfurt.de