Workshops


2023

Workshop: "Cybersocialism and the Future of the Calculation Debate" - 22.02. via Zoom

The question of the feasibility of socialist planning and how far markets are an indispensable feature of modern economies is of fundamental importance for debates in radical political economy, even if it is not always explicitly addressed. At the online workshop, invited speakers will provide commentary on a work-in-progress paper entitled "Cybersocialism and the Future of the Socialist Calculation Debate"  by Philipp Dapprich (University of Potsdam) and Dan Greenwood (University of Westminister). In the paper, they  argue that technological advances in computing have important implications for the feasibility of socialist planning.

For further information contact Philipp Dapprich: dapprich[at]uni-potsdam.de

Workshop: Decolonizing Epistemic Injustice and Implicit Bias - 25.-26.01. @ UiT (Tromsø, Norwegen)

The workshop establishes a connection between the topic of epistemic injustice and decolonial theories, which have so far been treated relatively separately. It thus contributes to making the cross-connections between the two topics obvious and thus accessible for further scientific analysis. It addresses three main questions of this important relationship:

  • To what extent can theories of epistemic injustice be applied to fields of inquiry in decolonial theories?
  • To what extent are theories of epistemic injustice and decolonial theories necessarily to be thought of together, especially in relation to social inequality and our academic practices of theorizing?
  • To what extent do theories of epistemic injustice themselves need to be decolonized?

While theories of epistemic injustice are have reached a wide audience and are being investigated in detail , as can be seen from the increasing number of books, papers, workshops, and seminars being offered on the topic, there is still little significant research on the intersection of epistemic injustice and decolonial theories. The edited collection is intended to contribute to closing three gaps in the academic discourse: (A) To highlight the importance of decolonial research in the field of epistemic injustice and to explore the relation between decolonial theory and theories of epistemic injustice; (B) to enrich the debate on epistemic injustice with non-Western experts on epistemology and/or decolonial theory; and (C) to critically investigate the ways in which the debate on epistemic injustice and our academic and, more generally, epistemic practices have to be decolonialized themselves. 

 

Program: 

25.01.2023

9:15 - 10:00 Fabian Schuppert: Decolonising climate justice: On the epistemic injustice of neo-colonial climate politics

10:15 - 11:00 Veli Mitova: Can Theorising Epistemic Injustice Help Us Decolonise?

11:15 - 12:00 Hilkje Hänel: Epistemic Decolonization in the midst of Europe?

12:00 - 13:15 Lunch

13:15 - 14:00 Ezgi Sertler & Elena Ruiz: Theories of Epistemic Colonialism

14:15 - 15:00 Gaile Pohlhaus: An Epistemology of the Oppressed: Resisting and Flourishing under Epistemic Oppression

15:15 - 16:00 Amandine Catala: Decolonizing Social Memory: Epistemic Injustice and Political Equality

16:15 - 17:00 Desirée Lim: Substantive and Procedural Epistemic Injustice

 

26.01.23

9:15 - 10:00 Dennis Masaka: Overcoming Epistemic Injustice in Africa: A Global South Perspectiv

10:15 - 11:00 Kerstin Reibold: Knowledge-specific forms of epistemic injustice and the remnants of colonialism

11:15 - 12:00 Karl Landström: On Epistemic Freedom and Epistemic Injustice

12:00 -13:00 Lunch 

13:15 - 14:00 Caroline Marim: Decolonizing Epistemic Injustice: Ambivalent or Multiple Borders?

14:15 - 15:00 Elad Lapidot: Europe’s Suppressed Jewish Episteme

15:15 - 16:00 Ekata Bakshi: In Search of a “Truly-Feminist” Agency? Rethinking Feminist Epistemology in the Context of Partition-Induced Forced Migration in India

16:15 - 17:00 Kjersti Fjørtoft: X

 

Link to the event

 

 

2022

Online-Workshop "Just Transitions in a changing climate" am 12.September 2022

Schedule: 

09:30 – 09:45 Welcome

09:45 – 10:45 Rabea Scholz: What (if anything) is energy justice?

11:00 – 12:00 Fausto Corvino: The forward-looking polluter pays principle for a 2060 sustainable world

12:00 – 13:15 Lunch

13:15 – 14:15 Eric Brandstedt: Examining Injustices in Wind Power Development: An Engaged Ethics Approach

14:30 – 15:30 Alix Dietzel: Securing a Just Transition to a Climate Resilient Bristol: Obstacles and Opportunities

15:45 – 16:45 Christian Baatz: How to assess Carbon Dioxide Removal and Adaptation? A critique of the IPCC

International Conference on Epistemic Injustice & Recognition Theory - 1-2 Sept 2022 @ HU Berlin

Keynotes:

Nadja El Kassar

Paul Giladi

Thomas Khurana

Eraldo Souza dos Santos

 

Other Speakers: 

Jacob Blumenfeld

Robin Celikates

Matt Congdon

Hilkje Hänel

Kristina Lepold

Kerstin Reibold

Breno Santos

 

Please register in advance: https://epistemic-misrecognition.weebly.com/events.html

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Online-Workshop „Disability and Social Injustice“ am 21. Juli 2022:

9.55 Welcome

10.00 Regina Schidel (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

11.00 Stephanie Elsen (Universität Bern)

12.00 Lunch Break

13.00 Sarah Karim (Universität zu Köln)

 

Für eine Teilnahme schicken Sie bitte eine Email an hilkje.charlotte.haeneluni-potsdamde

Public Workshop: Recognition Failures, Epistemic Injustice & Social Movements - 22 June 2022

22 June 2022, Potsdam 10.00-16.00 (CET)

 

with

Karen Ng

Breno Santos

Eric-John Russell

Jacob Blumenfeld

Gonçalo Marcello

Kerstin Reibold

Hilkje Hänel

 

Please register in advance: https://epistemic-misrecognition.weebly.com/

Organized by DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) and University of Potsdam

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WOGAP Berlin* 

* WOGAP Berlin (short for Workshop on Gender and Philosophy) aims to bring together researchers who are interested in feminist philosophy broadly conceived. We're meeting once a month in a hybrid format and discuss work in progress by speakers whose papers will be circulated beforehand; unless explicitly announced otherwise, the papers and discussion is in English. If you're interested in participating in the workshop and/or in receiving other announcements on feminist philosophy in Berlin, please send an email to ls.feminist.phil@hu-berlin.de and we will put you on the mailing list.

 

Fridays, 4:15 pm, Schönhauser Allee 10-11 (Room 3.25)

 

April 22, 2022: Caleb Ward (Hamburg)

May 20, 2022: Breno Santos (Mato Grosso)

June 10, 2022: Samia Hesni (Boston) 

July 22, 2022: Quill Kukla (Georgetown)

 

Organized by: Hilkje C. Hänel, Deborah Mühlebach & Mirjam Müller

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Studierendenkonferenz & Paneldiskussion: "No Refuge – Grenzregime und Flüchtlingsrechte" am 12./13.3.2022

Diese Studentenkonferenz setzt sich mit der Frage der Flüchtlingspolitik aus einer normativen Perspektive auseinander. Ausgangspunkt ist Serena Parekhs Buch ‚No refuge - Ethics and the Global Refugee Crisis'. Es stellt die Situation von Flüchtlingen dar, die in Flüchtlingslagern, in urbanen Slums oder auf der stetigen Weiterreise keine sichere Zuflucht finden. Es analysiert, wie die schlechte Unterbringung und gefährliche Flucht eine zweite Flüchtlingskrise schafft und diskutiert, welche moralischen Ansprüche Flüchtlinge in solchen Situationen an die internationale Gemeinschaft stellen können. Die Konferenzbeiträge setzen sich mit Fragen rund um das Thema Flüchtlingsrechte auseinander: Sollten Städte und Kommunen das Recht haben, über die Aufnahme von Flüchtlingen aus Lagern selbst zu entscheiden? Warum findet das Thema Flüchtlingslager so wenig Beachtung in der Öffentlichkeit? Haben Staaten eine direkte Pflicht, die Asylsuche zu erleichtern? Was müsste getan werden, um (insbesondere weiblichen) Flüchtlingen ein würdevolles  Leben in Flüchtlingslagern zu ermöglichen?
 

Dieses Panel ergänzt die akademischen Diskussionen über Flüchtlingsrechte, indem es Betroffene und Mitarbeiter*innen verschiedener Nichtregierungsorganisationen zu Wort kommen lässt. Die verschiedenen Teilnehmenden werden ihr Wissen und ihre Erfahrungen im Kontext von Flucht, Asyl, Flüchtlingslagern und Flüchtlingsrechten teilen und danach an einer gemeinsamen Diskussion teilnehmen.
 

Um online per Zoom teilzunehmen, kontaktieren Sie bitte:reibolduni-potsdamde

 

Programm

Day 1 (12.03.2022): Conference and panel discussion

 

Conference room: 3.06.S27         

Panel discussion room: 3.06.H02

Online: uni-potsdam.zoom.us/j/69574520724

 

10:00 – 10:15

Welcome

Moderation:

10:15 – 11:00

Nadja Moeller, Mareike Blum: Wilful ignorance as a hindrance to addressing the second refugee crisis

Lina Rinz

11:15 – 12:00

Maximilian Oltersdorf: Should Germany admit more economic refugees?

Lina Rinz

12-13

Lunch Break

 

13:00 – 13:45

Yelda Grönlund: Giving refuge: Framing a moral issue economically

Alexander Groborz

14:00 – 14:45

Freya Klose: For using a relational paradigm of refugee autonomy

Alexander Groborz

14:45 – 15:15

Coffee Break

 

15:15 – 16:00

Jonas Hase: Possibilities of communal resettlement in national liberal theories

Felix Homburg

16:15 – 17:00

Anni Verhoeven: What kind of responsibility can be ascribed to nation-states regarding the lack of

financial funding in UNHCR refugee camps?

Felix Homburg

17:00 – 18:00

Break

 

18:00 – 19:30

Panel discussion: Discussing refugee rights between theory and practice

Serena Parekh (Western University), Jana Ciernioch (Ärzte ohne Grenzen), Jonas Wipfler (Misereor), Mirka Schäfer (SOS Humanity), Women in Exile (Grace and Zuwena)

Lukas Witte

 

Day 2 (13.03.2022): Conference and book workshop

 

Conference room: 3.06.S27         

Online: uni-potsdam.zoom.us/j/69574520724

 

09:50 – 10:00

Welcome

Moderation

10:00 – 10:45

Leon Avianus: U.S. Refugee Policy - Morality and Injustice

Lina Rinz

11:00 – 11:45

Jeremias vom Endt: How does the principle of sovereign states facilitate the second refugee crisis?

Felix Homburg

11:45 – 13:00

Lunch Break

 

13:00 – 13:45

Lucia Krueger: Should certain refugee groups be prioritized?

Alexander Groborz

14:00 – 15:30

Book workshop: Mollie Gerver and Kaja Jenssen Rathe, replies by Serena Parekh

Kerstin Reibold

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

 

16:00 – 17:30

Book workshop: Melina Duarte, Hilkje Hänel, replies by Serena Parekh

Fabian Schuppert

17:30 – 17:45

Closing discussion/ Goodbye

 

Workshop "Decolonizing Epistemic Injustice" — Feb 24-25, 2022

Theories of epistemic injustice are concerned with unjust or unfair behaviour related to knowledge production and communication. Theories of epistemic injustice ask, for example, who is excluded from knowledge and communication practices, who is silenced and how, whose meanings are distorted or ignored, whose knowledge or statements are trusted and who is doubted, and so on. The concept of epistemic injustice thus connects two philosophical lines of inquiry: Epistemology, that is, the question of what knowledge is and how it is obtained, and normative political theory, that is, the question of how a just society should be constituted. Theories of epistemic injustice examine how certain forms of (non)knowledge produce, entrench, and even justify social inequality in public discourse. Questions of epistemic injustice therefore have high scientific as well as social relevance. 
 

Similarly, decolonial theorising offers an important critique of persisting structures of racism, imperialism and colonial power structures. One key aspect of decolonial theorising is to question the assumed “progress” brought about by modernity, capitalism and (neo)liberalism. White colonialism and imperialism pushed aside, buried and discredited many ways of knowing and modes of being. 
 

It is the aim of this workshop to establish a connection between these issues and important philosophical debates. In so doing, the workshop hopefully draws out similarities and discrepancies in epistemic justice and decoloniality debates, further sharpening the critical edge of both projects.
 

Confirmed peakers are: Melanie Altanian, Amandine Catala, Emmalon Davis, Désirée Lim, Dennis Masaka, Gaile Pohlhaus, Kerstin Reibold, Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Fabian Schuppert
 

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the workshop takes place online. There is a limited number of places for attendance. Please register online at:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/conference-decolonizing-epistemic-injustice-tickets-254598469877
 

 If you have any queries, please send an e-mail to Finja Pohl: fipohluni-potsdamde
 

 We gratefully acknowledge funding by the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).
 

Organisers: Hilkje C. Hänel, Finja Pohl, Kerstin Reibold, and Fabian Schuppert.

Workshop Announcement: WOGAP Berlin

WOGAP Berlin (short for Workshop on Gender and Philosophy) aims to bring together a group of researchers, mainly based in the Berlin area, who are interested in feminist philosophy broadly conceived. WOGAP Berlin gets its name from, and is modelled after, a similar workshop based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. We plan to meet once per month at Humboldt University Berlin (at the moment, we are planning to use a hybrid format). In the workshops we will discuss work in progress in feminist and social philosophy by speakers whose papers will be circulated beforehand; unless explicitly announced otherwise, the papers and discussion will be in English. We also plan to provide drinks and snacks and to create a space for feminist (and other) exchange and encounter after the discussion.
 

If you are interested in participating in the workshop and/or in receiving other announcements on feminist philosophy in Berlin, please send an email to ls.feminist.philhu-berlinde and we will put you on the mailing list.
 

Schedule for this term (winter 21/22):

26.11: 4.30-6pm:       Millicent Churcher (University of Sydney/FU Berlin): in person

17.12: 4.30-6pm:       Samia Hesni (Boston University): via zoom

28.01: 4.30-6pm:       Matilda Carter (King’s College London): via zoom or in person

25.02: 4.30-6pm:       Maren Behrensen (University of Twente): via zoom or in person
 

Organized by Mirjam Müller (HU Berlin), Hilkje Hänel (Univ. Potsdam) & Deborah Mühlebach (FU Berlin)

Neue Vorlesungsreihe „Klimawandel/Gesellschaftswandel – Gerechtigkeit in Zeiten des Klimawandels“

  • Mi, 03.11.21 – Dr. Mareike Blum (vor Ort): Diskursive Legitimierung und Mitbestimmung in der Klimapolitik
  • Mi, 24.11.21 – Prof. Dr. Daniela Winkler (online): Die wehrhafte Zivilgesellschaft in der Klimakrise
  • Mi, 15.12.21 – Prof. Dr. Konrad Ott (online): Ethische Grundlagen der Klimagerechtigkeit
  • Di, 01.02.22 – Prof. Dr. Angela Kallhoff (online): Klimagerechtigkeit und die Verantwortungsfrage neu gestellt -> Das Konzept der Klimagerechtigkeit ist in der Klimaethik entwickelt und kontrovers diskutiert worden. In diesem Beitrag werden zunächst zentrale Interpretationen des Konzepts erklärt. Dann wird erläutert, dass es in der Verwirklichung von Zielen in der Zukunft darauf auch darauf ankommt, die Bürden der Verantwortung fair zu verteilen. Dazu ist es nötig, auch in die Probleme der Verschiebung von Verpflichtungen im Rahmen kollektiven Handelns zu schauen.
  • Mi, 16.02.22 – Prof. Dr. Angelika Zahrnt (online): Priorität für Klimaschutz und für Wirtschaftswachstum – geht das zusammen?

Jeweils von 18:15 – 19:45

Online: Zoomlink: https://uni-potsdam.zoom.us/j/63454352212

Kennwort: 20212022

Kontakt für Nachfragen: Dr. Kerstin Reibold (reibolduni-potsdamde)
 

Der fortschreitende Klimawandel zwingt unsere Gesellschaft sich der wandelnden Realität unserer Umwelt anzupassen. Diese Anpassungen werden von drei Fragen getrieben: Wie können wir einen sich immer weiter beschleunigten Klimawandel verhindern, wie können wir unsere Gesellschaft auf die veränderten Umweltbedingungen vorbereiten, und wie kann beides auf eine gerechte und sozialverträgliche Weise geschehen? Die Vorlesungsreihe will die letzte Frage als Leitlinie für die Beantwortung der beiden ersten Fragen nutzen und somit fragen: Wie müssen sich die heutigen gesellschaftlichen, politischen, und ökonomischen Systeme sowie die sie tragenden Werte und Normen ändern, um eine gerechte Zukunft zu schaffen? Welche Alternativen gibt es heute schon und wie können diese innerhalb eines demokratischen Systems legitimiert werden? Wie können die heutigen und zukünftigen Bürden des Klimawandels gerecht verteilt werden und welche systemischen Voraussetzungen müssen dafür geschaffen werden? Die Vorlesungsreihe nimmt sich dieser Fragen in zwei thematischen Blöcken an: Der erste Themenblock „Kapitalismus und Wachstum“ soll sich Themen rund um unser ökonomisches System und den damit verbundenen Werten, Normen, und Herausforderungen widmen. Der zweite Themenblock „Legitimation und Mitbestimmung“ stellt sich Fragen rund um Kriterien für eine legitime, d.h. gerechtfertigte, Klimapolitik sowie der Rolle, die öffentlicher Diskurs und breite Mitbestimmung hierbei spielen.

Workshop: Grounding climate change - land, environment, and the green future

The workshop discussed conceptualizations of and theories about land, nature, and the environment and how they inform and possibly transform our current approaches to climate change and the needed transitions to move towards a greener future. On the one hand, the workshop asked how our current understanding of land, nature, and environment is connected to climate change and climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies. On the other hand, the workshop explored what alternative concepts of land, nature, and environment there are and how these would transform our understanding of and approach to the challenges of climate change. For example, relational approaches have recently gained more attention both in philosophy and environmental sciences and are transforming our understanding of humans’ place in nature as well as strategies of ecosystem management and concepts of the foundations of territoriality.
 

The workshop was held online on two half days (13./14.01.22 – 4-7PM (GMT+1)).

Programme:
 

13.01.2022

Time (GMT)

Time (PST)

Presentation

Discussant

15:00 – 16:00

07:00 – 08:00

Welcome; Laura Garcia Portela: Climate change and compensation

Melih Can Kızmaz

16:10 – 17:00

08:10 – 09:00

Alejandra Mancilla: Effective disoccupation

Eraldo Souza dos Santos

17:10 – 18:00

09:10 – 10:00

Cara Nine: Self-determination as functional autonomy

Lucy Benjamin

 

14.01.2022

Time

Time

Presentation

Discussant

15:00 – 15:50

07:00 – 07:50

Anna Wienhues: Species Extinctions and the State

Laura Garcia Portela

16:00 – 16:50

08:00 – 08:50

Marion Hourdequin: The right to be cold

Lesley Green

17:00 – 18:00

09:00 – 10:00

Kerstin Reibold: Settler colonialism, decolonization, and climate change; Wrap-up

Maria Skoutaridou

2021

SWIP-Workshop zu Materialistischem Feminismus - 16. Juni 2021

Seit dem Wintersemester 2020-21 findet in Kooperation mit dem Lehrstuhl für feministische Philosophie (JProf Mirjam Müller) der HU Berlin einmal im Jahr der SWIP „Work in Progress“-Workshop am Lehrstuhl für Politische Theorie in Potsdam statt. Die Workshops sind dafür gedacht, einen Raum zu bieten, in dem Frauen* ihre philosophischen Projekte und Ideen vorstellen können und konstruktives Feedback bekommen. Ein Augenmerk liegt vor allem auf Ideen, die sich noch im Anfangsstadium befinden. Die Workshops sind für alle Interessierten offen und pre-read. Einen Call für Vorträge gibt es zweimal im Jahr (einmal für den Workshop im Sommersemester an der HU und einmal für den Workshop im Wintersemester an der Uni Potsdam) hier auf der Seite.

Der Fokus des Workshops am 16. Juni 2021 lag auf Arbeiten im Bereich des Materialistischen Feminismus (weit verstanden). Hier dachten wir z.B. an feministische Perspektiven auf Kapitalismus, theoretischen Auseinandersetzungen mit Care-Arbeit und Sozialer Reproduktion oder Diskussionen von Marxistischen/Sozialistischen feministischen Theorien. Eingeladen war unter anderem Dr. Eva von Redecker.

Programm:

9.30-9.45: Begrüßung
9.45-10.45: Janette Otterstein: Definitionen von Sozialistischem und Marxistischen Feminismus
10.45-11.45: Birte de Gruisbourne: Autonomizing institutional practices of care. What could it mean to rethink    institutions as inclined caring arrangements?
11.45-12: Kaffeepause
12-13: Livia von Samson: Hegels Theorie der Familie und die Methode eines materialistischen Feminismus
13-14.30: Mittagspause
14.30-15.30: Abibi Stewart: Intersectionality and Social Reproduction Theory - Feminism for the 99% or Solidarity in  the House of Difference?
15.30-16.30: Alexandra Colligs: Identität und Arbeitsteilung
16.30-16.45: Kaffeepause
16.45-17.45: Eva von Redecker: Materialismus & Phantombesitz

 

Bei Rückfragen meldet euch gerne bei: hilkje.charlotte.haeneluni-potsdamde

 

Wir möchten an dieser Stelle außerdem auf die SWIP-Botschafterin Lena Ljucovic der Uni Potsdam hinweisen: https://www.uni-potsdam.de/de/phi/professuren-und-forschung/professur-fuer-ethikaesthetik/lena-ljucovic

Vorlesungsreihe "The 'Self' and the 'Other' in Political Theory"

In the summer term 2021, the Lehrstuhl  hosted five fabulous guest speakers on the overall theme of The 'Self' and the 'Other' in Political Theory.

The online lecture series invited students and academic researches alike to engage with multiple forms of anti-colonial, post-colonial, de-colonial, anti-racist, feminist and anti-capitalist critiques and intersectional engagements with the question of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ in Political Theory. Our guest speakers brought together refreshing views stemming from Post-/De-Colonial Theory, Feminism and/or Marxism.

15 April – Bafta Sarbo (Berlin) - ‘Rasse’ als Konzept in der Politischen Theorie

29 April – Claudia Brunner (Klagenfurt) - Epistemische Gewalt: feministisch-dekoloniale Perspektiven

13 May – Gilbert Achcar (London) - Marxism and Orientalism

27 May – Vishwas Satgar (Johannesburg) - Imperialism, Non Euro-centric Marxism and the Eco-cide Question

10 June – Mike Cole (Lincoln) - Public Pedagogy and Political Theory: from Marx and Engels to anti-racist feminist ecosocialism

 

If you have any questions, please contact: Eleonora Roldán Mendívil – roldanmendiviluni-potsdamde

Mike Cole: Public Pedagogy and Political Theory: from Marx and Engels to antiracist feminist ecosocialism

Vishwas Satgar: Imperialism, Non Euro-centric Marxism and the Eco-cide Question

Gilbert Achcar: Marxism and Orientalism

Claudia Brunner: Epistemische Gewalt: feministisch-dekoloniale Perspektiven

Bafta Sarbo: 'Rasse' als Konzept in der Politischen Theorie - Eine materialistische Begriffsklärung

Workshop "Trust and the Public Sphere"

From August 26 - 27, 2021, the online workshop "Trust and the Public Sphere“ was hosted by Dr. Kerstin Reibold from the Chair of Political Theory at the University of Potsdam and by Professor Dimitrios Panagos from the Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador.
 

By bringing together philosophers, political theorists and political scientists, this workshop aimed to identify some of the most recent developments in the literature and highlight numerous challenges associated with the theorization and application of trust-related concepts.
 

Speakers included Christian Budnik (University of Zurich), Hale Doguoglu (Western University), Nikolas Kirby (Harvard University), Carolyn McLeod (Western University), Gloria Origgi (Institut Nicod), Dimitrios Panagos (Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador) and Kerstin Reibold (University of Potsdam).
 

For further information, you can consult the official website of the workshop here.

2020

Online Author meets Critics Workshop with Serene Khader on her recent book Decolonizing Universalism

 

The workshop took place Dec 3-4, 2020.

 

Preliminary Schedule:

Dec 3, 2020

17.00 Welcome/Hilkje Hänel (Potsdam)

18.00 Enja Schulz (Potsdam)

19.00 Kerstin Reibold (Potsdam)

 

Dec 4, 2020

17.00 Johanna Müller (München)

18.00 Fabian Schuppert (Potsdam)

19.00 Final Discussion

 

Each session includes a critical engagement with a topic from Decolonizing Universalism as well as a response by Serene Khader and time for discussion.

 

Due to Corvid-19, the workshop took place online. For more information, please contact: hilkje.charlotte.haeneluni-potsdamde