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Cluster of Excellence EXC 2052 - "Africa Multiple: reconfiguring African Studies"

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The ICDL Lecture/ Workshop Series

As envisaged in its concept, the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence has established a Gender and Diversity Office (GDO). For the upcoming semesters, the GDO has launched a lecture and workshop series on “Intersectionality and Critical Diversity Literacy”.


As an organizational space, the university demonstrates an accretion of functions, people, discourses, histories, cultural perspectives, hierarchies, research interests and output which produce (and are produced by) knowledges (Mohanty, 2003 and Ahmed, 2012). It is notable that diversity parameters in the German university equity context are often chiefly concerned with gender, motherhood and disability, while race and ethnic origins are frequently side-lined and intersectional dimensions are eclipsed. These are being assessed in the given institutional frameworks in order to develop intersectional vocabularies and measures at the levels of administration, research cooperation and teaching. In this light, the Gender and Diversity Office holds the mandate for the identification and analysis of mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion as well as potentially divisive boundaries identified in order to implement counter-measures.

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“The Afrokology of Media and Communication Studies”

The Gender & Diversity Office (GDO) of the Africa Multiple Cluster of Excellence invites you to participate in an upcoming Workshop on ...more


Rethinking Queer Africa As A Dynamically Productive Locus of Knowledge Production

The Africa Multiple Cluster Gender and Diversity Office presents an ICDL Lecture by Stella Nyanzi (Phd) ...more

In Celebration of Utu/ Ubuntu-inspired leadership

The Africa Multiple Cluster Gender and Diversity Office presents an ICDL Lecture by Prof. Mῖcere Gῖthae Mũgo ...more

Roundtable: DECOLONIAL FEMINISMS: A Transdisciplinary African Feminist Conversation

The Roundtable "DECOLONIAL FEMINISMS: A Transdisciplinary African Feminist Conversation" will engage with decolonial feminism from francophone and anglophone African feminist perspectives with ...more


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Decolonizing Methodology

A renowned decolonial scholar, researcher, author, thought leader and educator, is full Professor of Postgraduate Research and Evaluation at the University of Botswana. The recipient of numerous awards,

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Reconfiguring Roundtable African Studies, Reconfiguring Economics: Recentering Intersectionality and Social Stratification

The Cluster's Knowledge Lab session on Thursday 02 December 2021, 4 PM to 6 PM will feature a collaborative ICDL event organised by the Gender and Diversity Office and the Chair of Economic Geography.


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Intersectional Interrogations of the Impact of COVID-19 on Black Asian Minority and Ethnic Groups

Professor Iyiola Solanke has established the Consortium on Practices for Wellbeing and Resilience in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME Families and Communities (Co-POWeR). As of February 2021,

Intersectional Interrogations of Reproductive Health for Women from Africa and its Diasporas

The symposium intends to critically explore the different intersectional realities of sexual and reproductive health among women from Africa and its diasporas. Reproductive health raises questions of women’s rights with regard to

Second ACC GDO Round Table

The second GDO Round Table event continues the 3-D Dialogues series, which began last November 2020. It takes up the 2nd D i.e. the question of Democracy in


Borders, Occupations, and Bridges: On the Modalities of Radical Feminist Praxis

We are in the midst of an unprecedented global health pandemic that has laid bare all kinds of social inequities, an ongoing anti-racist revolution in the streets of US cities and around the world proclaiming Black Lives Matter following the


New Norms for a New Era: Critical Diversity Literacy

A Fulbright alumnus, Melissa Steyn holds the SARChI Chair in Critical Diversity Studies at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. She has been developing Diversity Studies as a field in Higher Education


An Afternoon with ADEFRA

GDO has invited ADEFRA Berlin e.V. for this first ICDL event for the winter semester 2019-2020 at the University of Bayreuth; the event is envisioned as a kick-off workshop as a means to address the timeliness of intersectionality and critical diversity literacy approaches as

Black Women Organising: Past Imperfect, Future Tense…

The second event of the Cluster GDO’s Intersectional and Critical Diversity Literacy (ICDL) lecture and workshop series will feature the Black British educator and feminist activist Stella Dadzie, based in London. Located at the critical interface of education and social justice activism, Stella’s work proffers

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