Please find attached the call for applications for the Summer School in sport sciences (humanities and social sciences). After many Summer Schools in Copenhagen (organized by Gertrud Pfister), Summer School helds at Paris since 2016 with an international pedagogical team.
The meeting between a team of renowned scholars and PhD students from various countries will provide an excellent opportunity learn about state of the art theories and methods, to exchange information, e.g. on research projects, and build an international network.
Internationales Masterprogramm: Deutsche Gegenwartsliteratur. Rezeption – Vermittlung – Kontext (H2TLK)
Beginn: September 2018
Bewerbungsschluss: 15. Mai 2018
Leitung und Information: Prof. Dr. Edgar Platen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cristina Lombardi-Diop and Caterina Romeo, eds., "Postcolonial Europe," special issue of Postcolonial Studies, Volume 18, No. 4 (2015).
Special Journal Issue
J. Griffith Rollefson, "He's Calling His Flock Now": Black Music and Postcoloniality from Buddy Bolden's New Orleans to Sefyu's Paris" in American Music, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Fall 2015), pp. 375-397.
Noémi Michel, "Accounts of Injury as Misappropriations of Race: Towards a Critical Black Politics of Vulnerability" in Critical Horizons 17, no. 2 (June 2016), pp. 240-59.
Sara Salem and Vanessa Thompson, "Old Racisms, New Masks: On the Continuing Discontinuities of Racism and the Erasure of Race in European Contexts," in Nineteen Sixty Nine: An Ethnic Studies Journal, 3:1 (2016): 1-23.
Michelle Wright, Physics of Blackness: Beyond the Middle Passage Epistemology. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2015.
What does it mean to be Black? If Blackness is not biological in origin but socially and discursively constructed, does the meaning of Blackness change over time and space? In Physics of Blackness: Beyond the Middle Passage Epistemology, Michelle M. Wright argues that although we often explicitly define Blackness as a “what,” it in fact always operates as a “when” and a “where.”