The WeberWorldCafé “Legacies of Colonialism in East Central Europe”, took place in October 15, 2019 in the Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt, Hamburg. Margaret Tali, who...
Kategorie: Legacies of Colonialism in East Central Europe
The 12th WeberWorldCafé “Legacies of Colonialism in East Central Europe – Race, Scholarship, and Politics” will take place on October 15, 2019 at the Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt in Hamburg. In conversation with the participants, international experts will discuss how theories and practices of race and colonialism have been formulated, understood and contested in East Central Europe, how they traveled across time and geography, and how they were translated into the local, East Central European contexts.
“The format allowed a democratic and relaxed atmosphere which led to exceptionally interesting and productive conversations”
By Elżbieta Kwiecińska When one thinks about colonialism, typically that implies a relation between a Western European metropole and its overseas colony. At the WeberWorldCafe on October 15th, 2019 at...
At the twelfth WeberWorldCafé, the discussions revolved around the topic of ‘Legacies of Colonialism in East Central Europe: Race, Scholarship and Politics’.
On October 10th, the 12th WeberWorldCafé on “Legacies of colonialism in East Central Europe: Race, Scholarship, and Politics” took place in the Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt.
Viktor Stoll and Olga Linkiewicz will talk about the role of intellectuals and the power relations in colonial systems of East Cenrtal Europe.
At the “Legacies and Durabilities” table, Filip Herza and Grzegorz Krzywiec will discuss the legacies of East Central Europe as an imaginary and actual space in the colonial system. Find out more in their joint statement.
Are you wondering who will be the table hosts and what they will discuss with you
at our next WeberWorldCafé on the Legacies of Colonialism in East Central Europe? Here, you find a short overview of the five discussion tables.
Justyna Aniceta Turkowska and Maria Rhode want to talk about lesser-known Polish colonial entaglements at their table. Find out more in their statement.