Various events will be taking place in both Passau City and University from the 18th – 25th of May. All events will be focusing on anti-racism topics – lectures, film screenings, workshops, discussions, city tours and parties! We are looking forward to listening to lecturers and especially to you supporters!
Here you’ll find an overview to all items on the programme. Please find further details in Theme days.
Wednesday, May 18th
8pm / Café Museum / multimedia reading
Mutlu Ergün-Hamaz / author, pedagogue, social scientist and performer / Berlin
will be reading:
“Kara Günlük. The Secret Diaries of Sesperado“
Thursday, May 19th
9am – 5pm / seminar room 301 / Nikolakloster, University of Passau / workshop / prior registration required
Critical Whiteness Workshop
We are happy to welcome the team from glokal e.V., a Berlin-based association for education and consultancy against racism, offering an exciting workshop on “critical whiteness“. After glokal e.V. has organised courses concerning “critical whiteness“ for the Centre of Key Qualifications at the University of Passau, the current workshop is aimed at raising awareness of one’s own positioning of being “white“ within an environment dominated by power structures. The overall objective is to offer a chance for open discussions whether or not one personally agrees with it. In case of disagreement, there’s a chance to clarify which thoughts and impulses can be drawn from this, especially what can be done against it.
Prior registration is required by May 13th, emailing email@example.com. We are looking forward to your active participation.
6pm / venue: tba / lecture
İbrahim Bahçi / University of Münster
„Past Future“ – The Significance of Islam in World History
6pm / venue: tba / lecture
Constantin Wagner / University of Frankfurt
Resentments Against Muslims
8pm / venue: tba / panel discussion
Friday, May 20th
9am – 5pm / seminar room 301 (Nikolakloster, University of Passau)
glokal e.V. – Organisation for politically critical education and consultancy
4pm / lecture hall 3 (Philosophicum, University of Passau)
Vanessa Eileen Thompson / University of Frankfurt / lecture
Lecture: What was/ is the Post-Colonial?
Post-colonial theories between suspension and ambivalence
4pm / venue: tba / lecture
Rex Osa / Stuttgart, Germany
Refugees‘ Causes of Flight
6pm / lecture hall 3 (Philosophicum, University of Passau) / lecture, report
Bino Byanski Byakuleka / Refugee Struggle, Berlin
Refugee Struggle for Freedom in Germany
Saturday, May 21st
8am – 12 noon / NK Foyer (Nikolakloster, University of Passau)
12 noon / lecture hall 4 (Philosophicum, University of Passau / lecture
Lecture: Racial Profiling
4pm / lecture hall 4 (Philosophicum, University of Passau) / lecture
Alia Sembol and Özge Pinar Sarp
Lecture: The NSU (National Socialist Underground)
as example of institutional racism in Germany
6pm / lecture hall 10 (Audimax, University of Passau) / panel discussion
Panel discussion: Diversity – a dead loss?
How would Germany overcome its racism issues?
8pm / Nikolakloster courtyard, University of Passau
Sunday, May 22nd
2pm / lecture hall 3 (Philosophicum, University of Passau) / lecture
Contemporary witness Myriam Schütze / Münster
Lecture: Against the Law
„…to the protection of the German blood and the German honour…“
2pm / lecture hall 4 (Philosophicum, University of Passau) / lecture
Jonathan Mack /
4 pm / lecture hall 4 (Philosophicum, University of Passau) / lecture
Christian Rabl, Mag.
Lecture: Why still remembering?
The culture of remembrance in Austria from 1986 until today
Tuesday, May 24th
8.30pm / lecture hall 10 (Audimax, University of Passau) /
film screening in cooperation with university cinema UniKino
Film: „The Color Purple“
Prior to the screening, a short introduction is given by Daniel Rurländer.
Wednesday, May 25th
4pm / Meeting at Café Duft (Theresienstr. 22, Passau)
City Tour: Jews in Passau during the Third Reich