Podcast Preference Form
Once during the course, you will produce a podcast that will be published on the #FemGeniusesinBerlin SoundCloud page (https://soundcloud.com/femgeniuses) and linked from my FemGeniuses website (https://femgeniuses.com/femgeniuses-in-berlin/) that briefly describes and thoroughly analyzes a mandatory class session.

Use this form to indicate which sessions you would prefer to podcast on a scale from 1 to 4, with 1 representing "Absolutely NO" and 4 representing "Absolutely YES." Feel free to choose as many 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s as you wish. Further, since you are also required to participate as a podcast discussant in two other podcasts, I will use your preferences here to determine that as well.

Finally, while I will take all preferences into serious consideration, please note that you may not be given your top choice, so keep an open mind. On that note, please read through ALL of the options before making your choices.
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Jewish History & Culture Walking Tour and the Topography of Terror (Tuesday, 6/4) *
The first part of this day will entail a three-hour walking tour, led by Carolyn Gammon, that covers the historic Jewish Quarter on the trail of the 18th century "German Socrates," Moses Mendelssohn, Berlin’s first synagogue, the Old Jewish Cemetery, Jewish High School, and where the world’s first female rabbi lived, the city residence of the expressionist painter Max Liebermann, the Holocaust Memorial, and other sites that communicate the significance of Jewish history and culture in Berlin. In the afternoon, we will visit the Topography of Terror, the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS, and the Third Reich Security Main Office.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
ADEFRA w/ Jasmin Eding (Wednesday, 6/5) *
ADEFRA was one of the first collectives dedicated to the empowerment of Black women in Germany during the mid-1980s. We will meet with one if its earliest members, Jasmin Eding, to discuss the past and current work of the organization, as well as the legacies of May Ayim and Audre Lorde.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Africa in Wedding Walking Tour and the Each One Teach One Archive (Thursday, 6/6) *
In the morning, we will take a two-hour walking tour, led by Josephine Apraku, that examines Germany's colonial past and current histories related to myriad nations in Africa. Subsequently, we will visit the Each One Teach One Archive, a community-based education and empowerment project that was founded in 2012 in order to serve the interests of Black, African and Afrodiasporic people in Germany and Europe.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
RAA Berlin (Friday, 6/7) *
The Regional Centre for Education, Integration and Democracy in Berlin (RAA) is a non-profit organization that coordinates and supports participation projects in schools and their surrounding areas. They have been guiding school and local development processes, advising pre-school and school staff, parents, community organizations, and municipal officers with developing educational materials and organizing professional training since 1991.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Exploring Berlin I (Monday, 6/10) *
This podcast should cover a non-mandatory weekend activity, at least somewhat related to the course, that was attended by the lead podcaster and two discussants.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
RomaniPhen Archive and Porajmos Tour (Tuesday, 6/11) *
RomaniPhen is a self-organized project that produces and disseminates past and present knowledge from feminist Rromani perspective. They host events, conduct research and write about Rrom*nja, collecting writing, sound, and images that "talk back" to the denial, slander, and gadjé appropriation of Rromani history. Subsequently, we will take a walking tour with Sinti and Roma youth about porajmos (genocide during the Holocaust) and contemporary Sinti and Roma culture in Germany.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Synchronicity with Sharon Dodua Otoo (Wednesday, 6/12) *
"Cee is beginning to realize that she is losing her colors day after day. Of course, she is at first unsettled; although, she knows that her predecessors have already gone through and survived. Nevertheless. Now she will once again have to learn to handle a loss and again so close to Christmas." This is the story of Synchronicity by Ingeborg Bachmann Prize winner Sharon Dodua Otoo. During this session, we will meet with Otoo to discuss Synchronicity, as well as her life as a writer, publicist, activist, and mother living in Berlin.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Rebellious Berlin Walking Tour and the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (FHXB) Museum (Thursday, 6/13) *
The Rebellious Berlin Tour examines the history of rebellion and resistance in Berlin, which ranges from the “Berliner Unwillen” in the 15th century, the so-called revolution of 1848, the German Revolution of 1918-19, the uprising in East Berlin on June 17, 1953, and the Student Protests of 1968 up to the present. Subsequently, we will visit the permanent exhibitions about urban development, protest and social movements in Kreuzberg at the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg (FHXB) Museum.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Jewish AntiFa Berlin (Friday, June 14) *
Jewish Anti-Fascism Berlin works in solidarity with Palestinians, migrants and others who speak out against Israel’s policies of colonization, occupation and dispossession. More specifically, they stand in solidarity with the BDS movement, Berlin Against Pinkwashing, For Palestine, Jüdische Stimme für gerechten Frieden in Nahost, Black Lives Matter, and other organizations. With acute awareness about the history of antisemitism in Germany and a commitment to fight it, Jewish AntiFa Berlin also maintains a commitment to anti-Zionism in a tradition set forth, in part, by Marek Edelman, Yoel Teitelbaum, Hannah Arendt, Avraham Sarfati, Noam Chomsky, Erich Mihazem, Judith Butler and Emma Goldman.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Exploring Berlin II (Monday, 6/17) *
This podcast should cover a non-mandatory weekend activity, at least somewhat related to the course, that was attended by the lead podcaster and two discussants.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Queer Berlin Walking Tour and the Schwules* Museum (Tuesday, 6/18) *
During our three-hour walking tour in the morning, led by Jared Pool, we will explore Berlin’s gay neighbourhood, Schöneberg; visit the Eldorado, one of Berlin’s oldest gay and trans* bars, and frequented by openly gay Nazi SA leader Ernst Röhm; visit a memorial to the homosexuals persecuted by the Nazis and find out how openly queer and transgender individuals found assistance from advocates like Magnus Hirschfeld; and more. Subsequently, we will visit the Schwules* Museum to engage a special exhibition on trans* history, especially club Chez Nous.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Trans*sexworks (Wednesday, 6/19) *
Trans*sexworks is a peer-to-peer support structure and a network for and made up of trans*sex workers that provides counseling, training sessions on transgender sex work, professionalization workshops, and HIV/AIDS prevention workshops, among other activities.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Graffiti Workshop and the Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art (Thursday, 6/20) *
In the morning, we will participate in a graffiti workshop at The Berlin Wall in Mauerpark with the Berlin Massive. In advance, we will decide on a collective piece of art to paint as a class. In the afternoon, we will visit the Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art, which recently opened in September 2017 under the creative leadership of Yasha Young.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
Street Art and Graffiti Walking Tour (Friday, 6/21) *
During this walking tour, led by a professional artist, we will examine some of the latest, greatest and oldest examples of street art, graffiti, and mural art, as well as the history of underground art, artists, and art communities in Berlin.
Absolutely NO
Absolutely YES
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