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Katajun Amirpur Joins Panel Discussion on Women’s Rights in Iran

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Katajun Amirpur Joins Panel Discussion on Women’s Rights in Iran “Sharing a Planet in Peril” (SAPP) member Katajun Amirpur is a professor at the University of Cologne’s Institute of Languages and Cultures of the Islamicate World and the university’s Representative for Racism Criticism. She is an expert on Iranian culture and diasporas, cultural relations between […]

Katajun Amirpur and Michaela Pelican Join Discussion on “Cancel Culture at the University of Cologne” Against the Backdrop of the Discussion Surrounding the Albertus Magnus Professorship 2024

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Katajun Amirpur and Michaela Pelican Join Discussion on “Cancel Culture at the University of Cologne” Against the Backdrop of the Discussion Surrounding the Albertus Magnus Professorship 2024 “Sharing a Planet in Peril” (SAPP) member Katajun Amirpur and Global South Studies Center (GSSC) Speaker Michaela Pelican will be joining an event titled “Flagge zeigen II – […]

CRC-TRR 228 “Future Rural Africa’s” Exhibition aboard the “MS Wissenschaft”

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The Collaborative Research Center (CRC) “Future Rural Africa” is one of several exhibitors on the “MS Wissenschaft”, a floating science centre on a former transportation ship measuring over a hundred meters in length, with interactive exhibits on socially relevant topics. Initiated by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research in collaboration with various partner institutions including […]

B/OR/DER ST/OR/IES Exhibition at Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum Cologne

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B/OR/DER ST/OR/IES consists of an exhibition and a homepage. The exhibition intervention will take place from 25 May to 25 August 2023 in the permanent exhibition of the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum in Cologne. Five stations inform about different aspects such as colonialism, the closed-door policy of Europe, discrimination – but also about criticism of borders and resistance […]

Exhibition: Black Germany 1880-1945

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Exhibition30 November – 18 December 2017 Black Germany 1880-1945 The exhibition Black Germany employs a number of biographies, accompanied by photographic images, in order to look at the development of a Black Diaspora in Germany from the 1880s up to 1945. In doing so, it provides insights into the routes and reasons that brought African […]

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Noah Kahindi

Global South Studies Center (GSSC)
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50931 Cologne, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)221 47076657

E-mail: noah.kahindi@uni-koeln.de