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Festveranstaltung: 20 Jahre Frauen-Arbeitsgemeinschaft der österreichischen Gesellschaft für Exilforschung (öge-frauenAG), 21.06.2022, Wien

Mittwoch, Mai 18th, 2022

Frauen-Arbeitsgemeinschaft der österreichischen Gesellschaft für Exilforschung (Web)

Zeit: Di., 21.06.2022, 17.00 Uhr
Ort: Bruno Kreisky Forum, Armbrustergasse 15, 1190 Wien

Eine Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit dem Bruno Kreisky Forum. Gewidmet für Siglinde Bolbecher (1952–2012), der Gründerin der öge-frauenAG.

Programm (als PDF)

  • Ursula Stern: Historischer Abriss mit Bildern

Kurzreferate einzelner Forscherinnen des Teams der öge-frauenAG:

  • u.a. Evon velyn Adunka, Susanne Blumesberger, Hilde Haider-Pregler und Irene Messinger

Buchpräsentation von Ilse Korotin & Ursula Stern (Hg.): Das Exil von Frauen – Historische Perspektive und Gegenwart (Band 26 der Reihe biografiA, Praesens), Wien 2020 (Web):

  • u.a. von Helene Belndorfer, Brigitte Bischof, Maynat Kurbanova und Brigitte Rath

Gemütlicher Ausklang bei Wein und Brot bis 21:00 Uhr

Anmeldung bis spätestens 17.06.2022 bei Katrin Sippel: k.sippel@exilforschung.ac.at

Mit der Gründung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Exilforschung im Jahr 2002 hat sich gleichzeitig eine eigenständig und transdisziplinär arbeitende Frauen-Arbeitsgemeinschaft gebildet, in der sich Vertreterinnen verschiedenster wissenschaftlicher und künstlerischer Disziplinen, Studierende, Zeitzeuginnen und am Thema Interessierte zusammenfinden. Die öge-frauenAG hat sich die Sichtbarmachung und Aufarbeitung von genderspezifischen Forschungslücken und -desiderata in der Exilforschung, deren es nach wie vor zahlreiche gibt, zum Schwerpunkt gesetzt. Dabei werden auch die Zeit der politischen Verfolgung ab 1934 und die nicht gelungene Flucht vor dem Nationalsozialismus als Forschungsgegenstand einbezogen – bis hin zu gegenwärtigen Flucht- und Migrationsbewegungen.

Vortragsreihe: Geschlecht – Macht – Geschichte. Perspektiven aus dem östlichen Europa, 05-07.2022, Leipzig und virtueller Raum

Montag, Mai 9th, 2022

Leibniz-Institut für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Europa (GWZO) (Web)

Zeit: mittwochs, 17.00 Uhr
Ort: Leipzig und virtueller Raum

Die Reihe gibt Einblicke in Themen, Errungenschaften und Potenziale der Geschlechterforschung im östlichen Europa. Alle Vorträge finden als hybride Veranstaltung statt.

Weitere Vorträge (PDF)

  • 18.05.2022: Maren Röger (GWZO Leipzig): Macht und Geschlecht: Eine überfällige Geschichte der deutschen Besatzung Polens 1939–1945
  • 01.06.2022: Roberto Kulpa (Edinburgh Napier Univ.): Thinking about the geo-politics of knowledge production: Non-anglophone epistemologies in/of Queer Studies
  • 15.06.2022, 19.00 Uhr: Podiumsdiskussion: Eine rasante Geschlechtergeschichte. Vom Staatsfeminismus zum Antigenderismus – mit Anna Artwinska (Univ. Leipzig), Peter Hallama (Univ. Bern), Teresa Kulawik (Södertörn Univ., Stockholm) und Martina Rellin (freie Journalistin und Autorin) – Moderation: Beáta Hock (GWZO Leipzig)
  • 29.06.2022: Susan Zimmermann (Central European Univ., Vienna): Aktivismus im Staat? Gewerkschaftsfunktionärinnen und die Politik der Frauenarbeit im staatssozialistischen Ungarn
  • 13.07.2022: Gasan Gusejnov (Briva Univ., Lettland): Feminitiva in Massenmedien und im Fachdiskurs des heutigen Russlands

Bisherige Vorträge

  • 13.04.2022: Dietlind Hüchtker (Univ. Wien): Geschlechtergeschichte/Gender Studies: Wissenschaft, Politik und die Notwendigkeit des Vergessens
  • 27.04.2022: Rasa Navickaite (Univ. of Vienna): In Search of Old Europe: Radical Feminism, Lithuanian Nationalism, and Marija Gimbutas‘ Archaeological Work
  • 04.05.2022: Susanne Jaeger (GWZO Leipzig): Frauen als Akteurinnen im Dreißigjährigen Krieg. Die Bildnispolitik der ‚Winterkönigin‘ Elisabeth Stuart

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CfP: Jewish Women in Post-World War II Eastern and Central Europe (Publication); by: 01.06.2022

Donnerstag, Mai 5th, 2022

Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies & Gender Issues; Andrea Petö (Central European Univ., Vienna) and Eleonore Lappin-Eppel (Center of Jewish Studies, Univ. of Graz) (Web)

Proposals by: 01.06.2022

For issue no. 42 of Nashim (Spring 2023), the consulting editorss Andrea Petö and Eleonore Lappin-Eppel are seeking contributions from scholars in gender studies, Jewish studies, history, anthropology, sociology and related disciplines that attend to the lives of Jewish women in Eastern and Central Europe after World War II.

The editors are interested in work that focusses on the varying conditions for Jewish life in Eastern and Central Europe under communist and post-communist regimes, as well as other parts of Europe. Contributions about Jewish women artists whose works and activity have been silenced by intersecting factors of forgetting are welcome. The editors are particularly interested in the contributions of Jewish women to the revival of Jewish life in Europe after the fall of the Communist regimes, the migration waves from Eastern Europe to the West, particularly to Germany, and the extension of the European Union to the East. A particular topic of interest is the position of gender studies and the influence of feminism on Jewish life in post-World War II Eastern and Central Europe. The editors also want to investigate different concepts of „Who is a Jew,“ Jewish renewal, the influence of religious streams and institutions on Jewish life, and the position of Jewish women and their religious and cultural practices.

The editors are interested in academic articles as well as personal essays by academic or intellectual women on the topics in question, together with artistic reflections. They hope to receive proposals both from emerging scholars and from scholars who are already established in their fields.

Proposals for submissions of up to 12,000 words, not previously published or under consideration for publication elsewhere, should be sent to Deborah Greniman, Managing Editor of Nashim, by June 1, 2022, at nashim@schechter.ac.il. Final date for submission of articles: September 1, 2022. All scholarly articles will be subject to peer review. Academic Editor of Nashim: Renée Levine Melammed.

Nashim is published jointly by the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute and Indiana University Press. This issue is published in cooperation with Bet Debora, Vienna, a European network of Jewish women.

CfP: Feminists Confront State Violence (ZS Radical History Review); by: 01.06.2022 [REMINDERIN]

Donnerstag, Mai 5th, 2022

Radical History Review; Co-Edited by Anne Gray Fischer, Sara Matthiesen, and Marisol LeBrón (Web)

Proposals by: 01.06.2022

Radical History Review seeks proposals for feminist analyses that explore how communities have conceptualized, negotiated, and challenged structures of state violence. Historically, people on the front lines of a range of historical and contemporary struggles have exposed how state violence operates in the lives of women and vulnerable populations through forms of active harm as well as organized abandonment. Spectacular forms of state violence, such as religious persecution, enslavement, colonial dispossession, genocide, sterilization, policing, and human caging coexist alongside formal and informal practices of state neglect that harm and kill by refusing to cultivate healthy, safe, and dignified lives for all. In the face of the violence of the (pre-)modern state, many people have developed strategies of survival, care, and reproduction that aim to reduce harm such as mutual aid projects, intentional communes, and worker collectives.

These efforts can, however, be quickly overwhelmed by the enormous scope of need created by state neglect. Ironically, modern-day global emergencies – from femicide in Latin America and medical apartheid in the Global South to the climate catastrophe worldwide – expose the unique capacity of the state to respond on a massive scale to its own harms and failures. Feminist scholars, then, have identified a formidable contradiction: how to make demands for the equitable distribution of care, safety, and life on a (pre-)modern state that unequally distributes violence, immiseration, and death?

The editors invite feminist contributions that examine how communities have historically negotiated the difficult contradiction of making reparative demands on a violent state. In particular, they are interested in pieces that draw from surprising examples and unexpected archives in order to show efforts to deliver care, organize practices of survival, and foster societal transformation while laboring under conditions of structural violence; and to ask what alternative visions of social organization such struggles have produced.

This issue aims to create a feminist archive of campaigns, tactics, frameworks, and circumstances that illuminate how people have named, analyzed, and struggled against the multiscalar and capacious nature of regimes of violence across all (mehr …)

Klicktipp and CfP: Futuress. A queer intersectional feminist platform for design politics (Online magazine and community space)

Dienstag, Mai 3rd, 2022

Futuress (Web)

A queer intersectional feminist online magazine and community space for design politics, Futuress strives to be a home for the histories, people, and perspectives that have been—and still often remain—underrepresented, oppressed, and ignored.

The editors understand design as an expansive social and political practice, examining the objects, systems, and structures that shape our lived realities.

Futuress contains the sections: „Stories“, „Workshops“, „Events“ and „Community“.

  • The section „Stories“ contains a.o. the category „Feminist Findings“. 27 contributions were published in this category so far. Historical journals of women’s movements from all over the world are also presented here (Web).
  • The new section „Living Archives“ went online on 8 March 2022. There are currently 4 contributions here (Web).

Futuress‘ History

Futuress was originally conceived for a series of exhibitions in 2019, as a speculative project collecting design books that were “yet to be written.” Anyone could upload ideas for missing design stories onto the beta website, which would then materialize as floating books on the screen.

Then, in the summer of 2020, Futuress was reimagined by Brazilian curator and design researcher Nina Paim, Swiss journalist and editor Eliot C. Gisel, and British-German writer and editor Madeleine Morley. During uncertain and unstable times, the three came together to envision Futuress as a space for togetherness, generosity, resistance, growth, and social purpose.

Futuress was officially launched in November 2020 as a hybrid between an online magazine and a community space. In the months that followed, we have grown into a vibrant platform for design politics, with active members dispersed through five continents. Since November 2021, Futuress is run by the Basel based non-profit depatriarchise design (Web).

Pitch & Submit

The editors are keen to hear about your projects and ongoing research. (mehr …)

Conference: Spaces and Locations of Migration, 12.-13.05.2022, Vienna [REMINDERIN]

Dienstag, April 26th, 2022

Annemarie Steidl (Univ. of Vienna), Oliver Kühschelm (zhmf/IGLR), Anne Unterwurzacher (FH St.Pölten), Mirjam Milharcic Hladnik and Aleksej Kalc (Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts) (Web)

Time: 12.-13.05.2022
Venue: Alte Kapelle, Campus, University of Vienna, 1090 Wien

From a historical perspective, spatial mobility was/is part of daily practices. When people moved, they often did so because of better opportunities somewhere else; they repeatedly migrated due to economic circumstances, for cultural and individual reasons (e.g., lifestyle migration, educational migration), or in reaction to political emergencies, as a result of persecution, physical violence, or other kinds of repression. People were (and are) mobile in more complex ways than the once in a lifetime move from one social and cultural context to another. Their movements include ongoing, circular, or return migrations.

Moreover, migration cannot be reduced to cross-border movements. A more flexible definition of migration is needed that does not overlook the relevance of permanent or semipermanent changes of residence. Its scope cannot be limited to movements over long distances or across state borders. Permanent changes of residence are a worthy object of analysis but so are short-term stays, recurrent patterns of seasonal and circular mobility, and the practices of being constantly on the move of vagrants and traveling people. Even sedentariness does not constitute a clear-cut opposite to migration. The life course of many people includes at different times mobility as well as sedentariness – and many practices that lie somewhere in between.

Program as PDF

  • Panel 1: Working Spaces
  • Panel 2: Moving Cities
  • Panel 3: Trading and Staging Spaces
  • Panel 4: Glocal Entanglements
  • Panel 5: (No) Spaces for Refugees

The conference will therefore make an effort to capture the multidimensionality and the blurred/contested boundaries of migration, mobility, and sedentariness. Read more … (Web)

Ruth-Klüger-Tage, 05.-07.05.2022, Wien

Montag, April 25th, 2022

Bezirksvorstehung Neubau: Markus Reiter, Isabelle Uhl und Anna Babka (PDF)

Zeit: 05.-07.05.2022
Ort: Wien Neubau
Anmeldung bis: 02.05.2022

Im Sinne einer gelebten Erinnerungskultur finden  zu deren Ehren die „Ruth-Klüger-Tage“ in Wien Neubau statt.

Ruth Klüger, geboren 1931 in Wien, gestorben 2020 in Irvine in Kalifornien, ist eine bedeutende austro-amerikanische Literaturwissenschaftlerin und Schriftstellerin. Ihre Kindheit verbrachte Ruth Klüger im 7. Bezirk in Wien. 1942 wurde sie als elfjähriges Kind gemeinsam mit ihrer Mutter von den Nationalsozialisten deportiert. Kurz vor Kriegsende gelang ihnen die Flucht, 1947 emigrierten sie schließlich in die USA. Einem breiten Publikum ist Ruth Klüger durch ihre Autobiografien bekannt, deren erster Teil „weiter leben. Eine Jugend“ eindrücklich ihre jüdische Kindheit in der NS-Zeit in Wien und ihre traumatischen Erinnerungen an die Konzentrationslager beschreibt.

Programm (PDF)

Kuratierung: Anna Babka, Organisation: Selina Kainz

Do., 5. Mai 2022

  • 10:00 Uhr: Kinderbuch-Präsentation

„Die Geschichte von Ruth Klüger. Wie ein kleines Mädchen mit Glück und Gedichten am Leben blieb“ (Edition BIORAMA); Isabelle Uhl, Bezirksvorsteher-Stellvertreterin Wien-Neubau; Thomas Weber, Autor; Florine Glück, Illustratorin  –  GTVS Zieglerg., 1070 Wien

  • 14:00: Bezirksspaziergang

Erkundungen zum jüdischen Neubau des 20. Jahrhunderts – mit Evelyn Steinthaler

  • 17:00 Uhr: Empfang im Festsaal der Bezirksvorstehung Neubau

Markus Reiter: Bewusst- und Sichtbarmachen der Zerbrechlichkeit von Demokratie und Menschenrechten; Eva Geber: „einmal kam ich an wo ich nicht war“ – eine Würdigung; Anna Babka: Moderation –  Amtshaus des 7. Bezirks, Hermanng. 24-26, 1070 Wien

  • 20:00Uhr: Szenische Lesung

Zeitschaften. Ruth Klüger Lesen; (mehr …)