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Mai 2021

Mai 25 End Date
Screening the Future: Documentary Film and Social Justice Activism
Zoom
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology
Mai 27 End Date
Genealogical Perspectives on Criminalisation and Figures of Crime | Kick Off
Online
In three online seminars, the project "CrimScapes – Navigating Citizenship through European Landscapes of Criminalisation" invites attendees to explore the increasingly documented trend towards criminalisation in Western democracies. Understood broadly as the application of criminal law, crime control measures and imaginaries of (il)legality in the management of discourses, practices and populations, the increasing reliance on criminalisation is interconnected with the production and restructuring of moral orders and perceptions of threat and vulnerability. This trend is characterised by fortified framings of particular groups, practices and social conditions as threat necessitating action, especially legal regulation. In three sessions, we explore the political and legal genealogies of what is marked and governed as crime and criminal, and the production of condensed figures of threat. It grasps social categories of crimes and criminality as produced and negotiated through laws, policies, administrative categories, political debates, imaginaries and practices. We ask: Through which historical trajectories does criminalisation emerge as an instrument to govern groups and practices seen as a threat for moral and social orders? How do legal and crime control policies, and political debates, imaginaries and practices, frame criminalised spaces and re-shape particular figures of crime?

Juni 2021

Juni 1 End Date
Aspirations and Elsewheres: The Fraught Significations of the Biennial
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology
Juni 8 End Date
Enslavement in British Memorial Culture: Between Nostalgia and Toppled Monuments
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology
Juni 11 End Date
Genealogical Perspectives on Criminalisation and Figures of Crime | Workin Session I
Online
In three online seminars, the project "CrimScapes – Navigating Citizenship through European Landscapes of Criminalisation" invites attendees to explore the increasingly documented trend towards criminalisation in Western democracies. Understood broadly as the application of criminal law, crime control measures and imaginaries of (il)legality in the management of discourses, practices and populations, the increasing reliance on criminalisation is interconnected with the production and restructuring of moral orders and perceptions of threat and vulnerability. This trend is characterised by fortified framings of particular groups, practices and social conditions as threat necessitating action, especially legal regulation. In three sessions, we explore the political and legal genealogies of what is marked and governed as crime and criminal, and the production of condensed figures of threat. It grasps social categories of crimes and criminality as produced and negotiated through laws, policies, administrative categories, political debates, imaginaries and practices. We ask: Through which historical trajectories does criminalisation emerge as an instrument to govern groups and practices seen as a threat for moral and social orders? How do legal and crime control policies, and political debates, imaginaries and practices, frame criminalised spaces and re-shape particular figures of crime?
Juni 12 End Date
Ethnographies Otherwise: The Gaze of Displacement and its Analytical / Political Potential
Zoom
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology
Juni 14 End Date
Genealogical Perspectives on Criminalisation and Figures of Crime | Working Session II
Online
In three online seminars, the project "CrimScapes – Navigating Citizenship through European Landscapes of Criminalisation" invites attendees to explore the increasingly documented trend towards criminalisation in Western democracies. Understood broadly as the application of criminal law, crime control measures and imaginaries of (il)legality in the management of discourses, practices and populations, the increasing reliance on criminalisation is interconnected with the production and restructuring of moral orders and perceptions of threat and vulnerability. This trend is characterised by fortified framings of particular groups, practices and social conditions as threat necessitating action, especially legal regulation. In three sessions, we explore the political and legal genealogies of what is marked and governed as crime and criminal, and the production of condensed figures of threat. It grasps social categories of crimes and criminality as produced and negotiated through laws, policies, administrative categories, political debates, imaginaries and practices. We ask: Through which historical trajectories does criminalisation emerge as an instrument to govern groups and practices seen as a threat for moral and social orders? How do legal and crime control policies, and political debates, imaginaries and practices, frame criminalised spaces and re-shape particular figures of crime?
Juni 15 End Date
Future Nostalgia, or Pop Culture's Addiction to Its Past Futures
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology
Juni 29 End Date
IK: MA-Studienprojekt: Data Natures
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology

Juli 2021

Juli 6 End Date
IK: Let's take Promises / Looseness serious. Anthropology Beyond and Despite Future
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology
Juli 13 End Date
Dekoloniales Flanieren | Öffentlicher Spaziergang: Mit Anton Wilhelm Amo durch die Berliner M*straße
Teil des Institutskolloquiums Sommersemester 2021 Futures in / of Anthropology