Category: debate

debate 4: remembering german-australian colonial entanglement

This debate presents some of the findings of a German-Australian working group on the countries’ entangled colonial past. In Remembering German-Australian Colonial Entanglement Lindsay Barrett, Lars Eckstein, Andrew Hurley and Anja Schwarz comment on...

Anja Schwarz: Too many Ludwig Leichhardts?

The explorer Ludwig Leichhardt (*1813 in Trebatsch – †1848? in Central Australia) is a colonial figure shared by Germany and Australia alike. After a successful expedition together with a party of Indigenous and non-Indigenous...

debate 3: pluralising practices, part III

What kind of knowledge do we have to define in order to initiate a decolonial university? In her contribution to the “Pluralising Practices” debate, Katrin Köppert takes this question as a starting point to discuss the project “DE_colonize...

debate 3: pluralising practices, part II

After the interrogation of pluralising activist and artistic practices, Hongwei Bao cautions against an uncritical celebration of pluralising practices without taking into consideration its neoliberal conditions for both academics and cultural workers in his...

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