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INPUTS Artist-in-residence – postponed to summer term 2021

Performance

The Equatorial Guinean poet, playwright, and actor Recaredo Silebo Boturu was invited to be the Artist-in Residence at the Institute for Postcolonial and Transcultural Studies (INPUTS) University of Bremen, for eight weeks in May and June 2020. Unfortunately, due to the current corona virus pandemic, we had to cancel his residency for the summer term 2020. His residency and the proposed theatre workshop for students of the University of Bremen is now postponed until the summer term of 2021. For more information please contact Dr. Julia Borst (FB 10): borst@uni-bremen.de


INPUTS theme semester in the summer of 2019

GLOBAL TOURISM FROM POSTCOLONIAL AND OTHER CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES

including Forschungskolloquium Forum INPUTS

Flyer | Poster

Global Cotton: Eine Uni – Ein Buch – Eine Stadt

INPUTS ist Ko-Organisator der Initiative “Global Cotton: Eine Uni – Ein Buch – Eine Stadt” (FB 9), in der das Buch von Sven Beckert King Cotton. Eine Geschichte des globalen Kapitalismus in mehreren Seminaren, Vorlesungen, öffentlichen Vorträgen u.ä. gelesen und besprochen wird.

INPUTS is co-organizer of the year-long initiative „Global Cotton: a uni – a book – a city“ (FB9), where, in several seminars, lectures, public talks, and other events, we will read and discuss Sven Beckert’s book Empire of Cotton: A Global History.

Booklet | Plakat

INPUTS International Symposium

University of Bremen, City University of Applied Sciences, Bremen, 4-5 May 2018

“Karl Marx, Marxism, and the Global South”

Venue: City University of Applied Sciences, Neustadtswall 30, 28199 Bremen, S11/S12

Programme

Website: Karl Marx, Marxism and the Global South