Zoom link: https://uni-frankfurt.zoom-x.de/j/3841032435?pwd=g6AXR92aC8GhUqSvBm7KUqwyo-5lKA
Zoom: https://uni-frankfurt.zoom.us/j/3841032435?pwd=g6AXR92aC8GhUqSvBm7KUqwyo-5lKA Meeting ID 384 103 2435; Pass: 878754 James Yékú (University of Kansas) #EndSARS: Literary-Cultural Activism and the Afterlives of Hashtags In this talk, Yékú revisits the #EndSARS campaign against police brutality in Nigeria and, by analyzing the social media movement in Nigeria as a significant moment in the brutal exercise of state power as a site […]
Tanaka Chidora (Zimbabwe; currently Humboldt Fellow at Goethe University) And Now the Poets Do Not Speak: The Politics of Representation in Zimbabwean Writing, 1957–2023 Thursday, Feb 2, 2023 6-8 pm | Room 1.812 Campus Westend, Casino Building In this talk, Tanaka Chidora analyses the politics of representation in Zimbabwean literature, particularly exploring the policing of […]
The exam registration dates for the current term are as follows: MCTE Introduction: Registration for written exam from 24 January – 7 February MCTE Language Courses (Module MCTE 4): Registration for written exams from 19 January – 30 January MCTE Modules 2 and 3: Registration for long term papers (Modulabschlussprüfung) from 27 January – 27 […]
Remi Raji (University of Ibadan, Nigeria) An Album of Anglophone Nigerian Poetry, 1952-2022: A Harvest of Traditions, Talents and Trends Thursday, Jan 19, 2023 6-8 pm | Room CAS 1.812 Campus Westend, Casino Building This presentation is a panoptic survey of seven decades of contemporary Nigerian poetry written in English. It is a general discourse […]
The Global Office invites students to the yearly international week, which takes place virtually from Monday, 7 to Thursday, 10 November 2022. In numerous events, the Global Office, other departments of Goethe University as well as external organisers will present diverse opportunities for a stay abroad during your studies. In addition, former exchange students will […]
The two-day event convened by Johannes Voelz and Pavan Malreddy “The Affective Logic of Populism: Trust, Distrust, and the Productivity of Conflict” will take place at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften, Bad Homburg, December 2-3, 2022. In order to participate you need to please register. To do so click here. The registration deadline is November 18, 2022. […]
The course “Transcultural Ecocriticism: Moving Cultures in Times of Ecological Crisis”, taught by Dr. Kathrin Bartha-Mitchell, has been included in the MCTE syllabus for the winter term 2022/23. You can find all information about this course here.