Aktuelles

Postcolonial Movie Nights: Spotlight Australia, India, Sri Lanka  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/pdf/Postcolonial_Movie_Nights_Poster.pdf]

April 20. – July 6.

Time: 18:00 sharp | Location: Cartesium Rotunde 0.67


Third Bremen Conference on Language and Literature in Colonial and Postcolonial Contexts (BCLL #3): "Postcolonial Knowledges"  [http://www.bcll.uni-bremen.de/]

March 15-18, 2016


Hans ten Feld (bis Juni 2015 UNHCR High Commissioner for Refugees): „Europa: Festung oder Fluchtburg?"  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/bremer_denkanstoesse.aspx]

1. Dezember 2015, 18 Uhr
Universität Bremen, Hörsaalgebäude (Keksdose) Kleiner Hörsaal (Enrique-Schmidt- Str.)

Videoaufzeichnung (Mobile Lecture der Universität Bremen)


Memento zum deutschen Völkermord an den Herero und Nama in Namibia  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/memento.aspx]


INPUTS im Fokus  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/inputs-im-fokus.aspx]


Why Is The University Still White?  [http://www.newappsblog.com/2015/06/why-is-the-university-still-white.html]


Biopolitics – Geopolitics – Sovereignty – Life: Settler Colonialisms and Indigenous Presences in North America  [http://www.settlercolonialisms-indigenouspresences.uni-mainz.de]

University of Mainz, Germany, 25-27 June 2015
Transnational American Studies Institute


Reshaping (g)local dynamics in the Caribbean. Relaciones y Desconexiones – Relations et Déconnections – Relations and Disconnections  [http://www.romanistik.phil.uni-hannover.de/caribbean_conference.html]

14-17 Oktober 2015 im Schloss Herrenhausen in Hannover

Poster  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/pdf/Reshaping_g_local_dynamics_of_the_Caribbean_Poster.pdf]


Summer Institute ‘Borders, Borderthinking, Borderlands’  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/summerinstitute/programm.aspx]

From May 15. to 26. 2015, a Summer Institute on ‘Borders, Borderthinking, Borderlands’ will be held at the University of Bremen. The Summer Institute will propose a critical epistemology of borders, focusing on border making, border contestation and new border imaginations. It will propose a re-evaluation of the state of humanities in light of the challenge anti-colonial struggles and decolonization processes have and still are posing to ‘borders’. Organized in cooperation between the Bremen Black Knowledges Research Group, the Bremen Institute for Postcolonial and Transcultural Studies, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University (Center for Global Studies and the Humanities), this will be the first session in a series of yearly Summer Institutes. For further information, please download the Call for Applications or write to sebastian.weier@uni-bremen.de


Forschungskolloquium Forum INPUTS  [www.fb10.uni-bremen.de/kolloquium.aspx]

Sommersemester 2015. In Verbindung mit dem Seminar „Erinnerungskulturen in Deutschland, Frankreich, Spanien, Argentinien"