Lecture of Dirk Michel-Schertges (Kopenhagen) Based on (historical) experiences of critical art as well as critique of the society of spectacle, the culture industry and the theory of half-Bildung the paper’s aim is to identify possibilities of resistance that are related to contemporary aspects of perception constituted by capitalism and processes of commodification in everyday life. The narrow [...] opposing the loss of the self in modernity; it was meant to be a counterpart to the threat of the fragmentation of human existence. As part of soft politics, aesthetic education is used within the framework
society of spectacle, the culture industry and the theory of half-Bildung the paper’s aim is to identify possibilities of resistance that are related to contemporary aspects of perception constituted by capitalism and processes of commodification in everyday life. The narrow focus on education to wage-labor and the (Western) musealization of culture neglects moments of education that are inevitable concerning [...] politics, aesthetic education is used within the framework of developing strategies in order to help to emancipate so-called non-developed countries and to learn from Western civilization by means of adopting
Africa in Berlin 2018 is the Centenary year of the late Nelson Mandela and this year is especially dedicated to the memory of his life and legacy. In this Centenary year, South Africa and Germany will be collaborating on a number of projects which will be hosted throughout the country for the duration of the year, to honour Tata Madiba’s life. Minister-Plenipotentiary Adv. MA Cassimjee’s lecture [...] Schleswig-Holstein is to strengthen trade and investment linkages and civil society cooperation and therefor the visit to Flensburg University constitutes an important component of the Embassy’s Working Visit.
Flensburger Campusgespräche Chris Haywood von der Newcastle University hält einen Vortrag zum Thema "In the dark room everything goes out of the window": Sex clubs, Dark Rooms and the Loss of Masculinity" At present, there is a range of theoretical and conceptual frameworks available to understand men and boys. Frameworks such as hegemonic masculinities, plural masculinities, inclusive [...] of social and cultural arenas, this paper argues that it is important to explore and consider the possibilities of men gendering themselves in ways that may not be reducible to masculinity. This