FG214/RM200/GR220 Hidden Spaces, Hidden Narratives: Intersectionality Studies in Berlin
This course examines how the identities of Black Germans, Jewish Germans, Turkish Germans, migrants, refugees, victims of Neo-Nazi terrorism and police brutality, and LGBTQI communities, among other marginalized communities are constructed, particularly how these constructions are predicated on racism, heterosexism, colonialism, imperialism, and other forms of oppression. Additionally, it considers how these communities resist, reject, revise, and reproduce these narratives as they construct their own subjectivities. Right click here to learn more:
NOTE: Colorado College students interested in applying must attend one of the pizza lunch information sessions (no RSVP required) in the Interdisciplinary Studies (ID) House on Tuesday, November 5 at 12:15 pm or Tuesday, November 12 at 12:15 pm or view the course webinar posted on the website above (approximately 25 minutes) beforehand, even if you attended the Study Abroad Fair.
The 2019 #FemGeniusesinBerlin (top to bottom rows, left to right): Matt FitzGibbon, Bella Staal, Kelsey Mattox, Cam Kaplan, Samuel Vang, Maggie O'Brien, Avia Hailey, Nizhooni Hurd, Zander Jobin-Leeds, Lauren Hough, Miles Marshall, Professor Lewis, Cameron Bacher, Nicole Berlanga, Eileen Huang, Caroline Livaditis, Maysie Poland, Mekael Daniel, Dana Maria Asbury (Course Associate), Mimi Norton de Matos, and Zivia Berkowitz
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