COnference Program

Wednesday
JUNE 2ND

Thursday
JUNE 3RD

Friday
JUNE 4TH

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2ND

9 AM – 1.30 PM

PHD-WORKSHOP

Exploring Collectivity. Interdisciplinary Methodologies

2.30 PM – 3 PM

public

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Beate Binder (Berlin) and Susanne Baer (Berlin)

3 PM – 4 PM

public

KEYNOTE SPEECH

“The Crafty Power of Text: A Feminist Ethnography of legislative Drafting”

Emily Grabham (University of Kent)

7 PM

public

ART & PERFORMANCE

Störgeräusche Live-Performance by hannsjana

7 PM – 9 PM

SOCIALIZING

@ WONDER

THURSDAY, JUNE 3RD

11 AM – 5 PM

SOCIALIZING

@ WONDER

12 AM – 2 PM

PANEL 1
Law – Gender– Knowledge: Spaces and Demarcations

Mapping the Language of Discrimination Cases. The Terminology of “Groups” in the European Court of Human Rights
Cornelia Klocker (Konstanz)

Rethinking Collectivity in Labour Law Protection. Making Working Mothers the Benchmark
Maria Sagmeister (Vienna)

When Gay Memory Silences Lesbians. A Visual Intellectual History of the Legal Erasure of Female Oppression in the Homosexual Memory of National Socialism
Sebastien Tremblay (Berlin)

Commentary and Chair: Petra Sußner and Alik Mazukatow (Berlin)

2 PM – 4 PM

PANEL 2
Collective Strategies: Dynamics and Processes of Collectivization

Doing Collectivity. What’s behind the Notion of “Practices of Collectivization”?
Jan Marschelke (Regensburg)

Collectivity in Court. Legal Mobilization through “Litigation Collectives”
Lisa Hahn (Berlin)

Creating Spaces and Gendering Law. Examining the Collective Action by Women’s Health Movement in India
Smitha Sasidharan Nair (Mumbai)

Commentary and Chair: Isabell Hensel (Frankfurt/ Oder) and Maja Apelt (Potsdam)

7 PM

public

ART & PERFORMANCE

Music Lifestream by 3Women

7 PM – 9 PM

SOCIALIZING

@ WONDER

FRIDAY, JUNE 4TH

11 AM – 5 PM

SOCIALIZING

@ WONDER

12 AM – 1.40 PM

PANEL 3
Dynamics of Individualization and Collectivization

The Death of Gay Sex Spaces. Legal Interpretation, Affect, and the Discipline of Queer Collectivity
Karsten Schubert; Reiner Mühlhoff (Berlin)

Investigating the ‘Other’. Institutional Racism and Masculinities in the Police
Fiona Schmidt (Berlin)

Campaigning for their Right to Work and Stay in 1977 . Experiences from the Recruitment of Asian Nurses in West Germany
Urmila Goel (Berlin)

Commentary and Chair: Bettina Barthel (Berlin) and Veronika Springmann (Berlin)

2 PM – 3.30 PM

public

INTERDISCIPLINARY GLEANINGS

Law

Eva Kocher (Frankfurt/Oder) and Julia Eckert (Bern)

Gender

Elisabeth Holzleithner (Vienna) and Martin Lücke (Berlin)

Collectivity

Hanna Meißner (Berlin) and Eddie Bruce-Jones (London)

3.30 PM – 4PM

public

CLOSING REMARKS

Sabine Hark (Berlin), Susanne Baer (Berlin), and Beate Binder (Berlin)

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