The Queer Anthro Interstice: Winter 2020

The Queer Anthro Interstice: Sharing Work in Progress

Winter Semester 2020/2021

Organizing Team: Omar Kasmani, Anne Kukuczka, Claudia Liebelt, Ursula Probst, Max Schnepf

“Interstice” noun [usually plural]: a space between things or events: […] “They might have to operate in the interstices of institutional guidelines and testing mandates.”

The Cambridge Dictionary

The German Anthropological Association’s Working Group “Gender & Sexualities | Queer Anthropology” gladly announces The Queer Anthro Interstice, a monthly virtual meeting for all members and those committed to our cause. Rather than classical lectures, we encourage a collaborative and experimental exchange based on the idea of sharing: a sharing not only of research questions, designs and materials, but also the challenges that we face in these interstitial times.

October 7

Max Schnepf & Ursula Probst: “Thinking Sex in Times of Corona”


November 4

Francis Seeck: “Care Beyond Binary and Caring Ethnography”


December 2

Ian Marius Ibiß: Queer Intimacy during COVID-19
Karsten Schubert: Biopolitics, Corona and Queerness


January 13

Searching for a Queer/Feminist Anthro S/Hero (i.e., the GAA’s
dissertation prize name-giver) with inputs by Katja Geisenhainer and
Viola Thimm


February 3

Omar Kasmani: “Thin. Cruisy. Queer: Writing through Affect”
Claudia Liebelt: “Rethinking the Field, Once More: Towards
Relational Ethnography”


March 3

Erkan Gürsel: “Berlin’deyim aşkım” –on performance, advocacy and
transnational solidarity for queer, Turkish-speaking migrants in Berlin
Abdullah Qureshi: “Mythological Migrations: Imagining Queer Muslim
Utopias”


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