Emina Bužinkić As an activist and a scholar interested in the departure from rooted ways of grasping social and political, I explore articulation of different images of socio-political landscapes with a solidarity as an immanent [...]
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Natalie Bayer, Mark Terkessidis The exhibition conceived in 2014 by Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (House of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany) in Bonn, on the topic of Germany as an [...]
Max Czollek, Corinne Kaszner, Leah Carola Czollek, Gudrun Perko The concept of "integration" is all the rage in public discourse. There's no party manifesto where it doesn't occupy a central position, and there's no discussion [...]
Kanak-Attak Looking back: One year ago, Kanak Attak, a coalition against racism, presented its work to a larger audience for the first time at the Volksbühne Berlin. With the OpelPitbullAutoput revue, panel discussions, films and [...]
Das Netwerk kritische Migrations-und Grenzregimeforschung Thilo Sarrazin, who had managerial positions in German state institutions, published a book with the title, Germany Is Abolishing Itself (2010). In the book, which became an instant bestseller and [...]
Massimo Perinelli The racist terrorist organization National Socialist Underground massacred nine migrants and one police officer between the years 2000 and 2007 in various cities across Germany. In addition to the murders of Enver Şimşek, [...]
Guillaume Paoli Let us begin with this paradoxical statement: In a world which sets so much value on diversity, it has become virtually impossible to be different. Not that the whole population would wear the [...]
Meltem Ahıska Hope is a memory that desires. --Balzac What could Balzac, the great novelist of the nineteenth century, have meant when he said that "hope is a memory that desires"? Interestingly, both Roland Barthes [...]
Meltem Ahıska Monsters, monuments, and power Georges Canguilheim has argued that "what is contrary to life is not death but monstrosity" (cited in Ancet, 2010: 18); monstrosity is the inability to recognize a living being [...]