Conference „Moving Bodies at Historic Intersections“ (11.-13.11.2010, Hamburg)

„Moving Bodies at Historic Intersections. International Conference on Intersectionality Theory and/in the History of Bodies“
Research Project „Sportgeschichte als Kulturgeschichte der Moderne“ ( von Dr. Olaf Stieglitz und PD Dr. Kirsten Heinsohn, Hamburg

Zeit: 11.11.2010-13.11.2010,
Ort: Warburg-Haus, Heilwigstraße 116, 20249 Hamburg
Deadline Anmeldung: 05.11.2010


Thursday, November 11, 2010
17 – 19.30 Uhr: Welcome and Introduction
Stefanie Schüler-Springorum, Kirsten Heinsohn, Olaf Stieglitz

Ina Kerner: Questions of Intersectionality:  On Current Shifts and Debates in German Gender Studies

Kevin Mumford: Two Hot Fields, One Big Problem:  Rethinking Black Masculinity in African-American and Queer Studies

Chair: Kirsten Heinsohn

Friday, November 12, 2010
9.30 – 11.30 Uhr: Panel 1: Jumping and Running Bodies

Tamar Elor: „How far will they run?“ Gender, Religion, Nationality and Age on the Runway of Young Palestinian Women in Israel

Christian Orban: Running the Show & Jumping Jim and Jane Crow: Reflecting and Writing about African-American Women in Track and Field

Chair: Jürgen Martschukat

14 – 16 Uhr: Panel 2: Intersections of Identities

Melanie Henne: Shaping Gendered Identities in Sporting Practices: Jewish Summer Camps in Chicago, 1920-1945

Jan Dunzendorfer: „Boxing Ghana“: Combat Sports and the Intersection of Identities (1930s-1960s)

Chair: Andreas Eckert

16.30 – 18.30 Uhr: Panel 3: Intersectionality and Normalizing Bodies

Yotam Hotam: „Oriental beauty, courage and grace…“: Zionist Physical Education as an „Inverse Abjection“ of sorts

Ofer Nur: Looking Back at Maennerbund and Men in Groups Research: Eros or Team Spirit?

Chair: Stefanie Schüler-Springorum

Saturday, November 13, 2010
10 – 12 Uhr: Panel 4: Amplifications

Gabriele Dietze: Intersections in the National Penalty Box. Race, Gender and Sexuality
in Soccer

Henriette Gunkel: How Intersectional is National Gender? The „Case“ of Caster Semenya

Chair: Olaf Stieglitz

12 – 13 Uhr: Final Discussion

Kontakt: Klaus Weber, Institut für die Geschichte der deutschen Juden
Beim Schlump 83, 20144 Hamburg
+49 (0)40 428 38-8045


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