subtle? how sexuality gets racialized

The Subtle Racialization of Sexuality series

Workshop, April 23/24, 2012, TrIQ, Berlin

with Nana Adusei-Poku, Antje Barten, Zülfukar Cetin, Tülin Duman,Henriette Gunkel, Urmila Goel, Anja Michaelsen, Thoralf Mosel, Saideh Saadat-Lendle, Leticia Sabsay.

How is sexuality deployed for political ends? … in official state politics, in the media, in activism? Do political struggles acknowledge intersections between homo- and transphobia, able-bodiedness, and racism? Is “subtle” racialization a euphemism, or does it allow us to point out particular forms of dis/articulating racism? The workshop explores in more depth the discussions initiated by the lecture series „“The Subtle Racialization of Sexuality“ through activating knowledge and experiences from activism and project work.

Topics

· Political self-definition and solidarity in postcolonial times and places

· Queering kinship

· The (neo)liberal promise

· Redefining and redesigning publics

In cooperation with Gladt e.V.

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Funded by hannchen mehrzweck stiftung

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