89 Where Are You From? Experiences of Exclusion, Marginalization and Racism. Part I

Wednesday, August 1, 2012: 10:45 AM-12:15 PM
NB 454 (Faculty of Economics)
RC38 Biography and Society

RC05 Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations (host committee)

Language: English
Session Organizers:
Helma LUTZ, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany and Roswitha BRECKNER, University of Vienna, Austria
Helma LUTZ, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Unrooted biographies/unexpected reconnections (Oral Presentation)
Karim MURJI, Open University, United Kingdom

Lives in green, white and black: Whiteness, national identity and anti-racism in Ireland (Oral Presentation)
Alice FELDMAN, University College Dublin, Ireland; Romana KHAOURY, University College Dublin, Ireland

Closure and opening in asymmetrical communication about one's belonging (Oral Presentation)
Lena INOWLOCKI, University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Between silent resistance and power of action: “I am... not I come from” (Oral Presentation)
Laura ODASSO, Université Libre de Bruxelles - Groupe de recherche sur les Relations Ethniques, les Migrations et l’Egalité GERME, France

Between trivialization and accusation - Different patterns of experiencing racism in Germany (Oral Presentation)
Anna RANSIEK, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

Afro-indigenous subjectivity as an art of survival: "I am black, Indian and when I get angry I come out of the devil" (Oral Presentation)
Christina SCHRAMM, Programa de Doctorado en Estudios de la Sociedad y la Cultura, Costa Rica

Still an Other after forty years? Negotiating identifications with migrantship and old age (Oral Presentation)
Laura MACHAT-FROM, Linköping University, Sweden