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23.01 LECTURE SERIES: Futuring Trans* in Pakistan – Omar Kasmani 23.01.2020 von 12:00 bis 14:00 Invalidenstrasse 118; R. 315,erstellt von schmolca
Omar Kasmani, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Freie Universität Berlin
16.01 LECTURE SERIES: Saving the Indus River: Why Do Some Fight to Defend Rivers? – Ahsan Kamal 16.01.2020 von 12:00 bis 14:00 Invalidenstrasse 118; R. 315,erstellt von schmolca
Ahsan Kamal, PhD, Lecturer, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad / Pakistan
09.01 LECTURE SERIES: Can Feminism Be Fun? Researching Gender, Resistance and Mobility in Pakistan – Nida Kirmani 09.01.2020 von 12:00 bis 14:00 Invalidenstrasse 118; R. 315,erstellt von schmolca
Nida Kirmani, PhD, Associate Professor, LUMS, Lahore / Pakistan
12.12 LECTURE SERIES: From Moral Injury to Political Claim: The Case of Tehreek-e- Labbaik, Pakistan – Sumrin Kalia 12.12.2019 von 12:00 bis 14:00 Invalidenstrasse 118; R. 315,erstellt von schmolca
Sumrin Kalia, Doctoral Fellow, Berlin Graduate School of Muslim Cultures and Societies, Freie Universität Berlin
05.12 LECTURE SERIES: Community Affairs in Transition: Youth Engagement – Mateeullah Tareen 05.12.2019 von 12:00 bis 14:00 Invalidenstrasse 118; R. 315,erstellt von schmolca
Mateeullah Tareen, Doctoral Fellow, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
18-19.10. Gewaltforschung und (Selbst-) Reflexion – Workshop with Lina Knorr, Rebecca Gulowski and Ksenia Meshkova von 18.10.2019 00:00 bis 19.10.2019 23:59 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Unter den Linden 6, Senatssaal,erstellt von schmolca
Idee/ Hintergrund„The readiness to involve oneself with the respondent´s perspective is crucial for producing and consolidating knowledge in the interaction between researcher and respondents“ (Andreas Witzel & Herwig Reiter, 2013: The Problem-Centred Interview: Principles and Practice )
26.09. ZMO Colloquium with Claudia Derichs – Re-thinking towards We-thinking. Reflections on Epistemic Decolonization 26.09.2019 von 17:00 bis 23:59 Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Kirchweg 33, 14129 Berlin,erstellt von schmolca
Why is it that too many intellectual cultures, intellectual histories, and theoretical contributions of individual thinkers from economically and politically marginalized regions of the world in the so-called ‘global South’ are still little known, underexplored and undervalued? I would like to reflect on this from three different but mutually entangled perspec- tives. One is informed by my own approach of criti- cal area studies, and touches upon the problem of embracing the plurality of ontological ecologies on our globe. Another one is (geo-)politically inspired. It addresses the issue of global power relations that are mirrored, among others, in the gap be- tween hegemonic and non-hegemonic languages, and the assumed necessity of generating applied knowledge rather than basic theoretical thought. A third one, related to the previous two, highlights the notion of local knowledge. Attending to the “why” question above, I suggest that local knowledge can contribute to a thorough re-thinking of predominant (Eurocentric) concepts and lead to what I would like to call “we-thinking”. The three perspectives are meant to open a forum for discussion and motivate the building of connections that transform what is already being connected – for instance through acts of translation. If epistemic decolonization were to be encouraged, strengthening connectivities may be suggested as a means to do so.