Queer Feminist Life & Futurity #3 - Cyborg and Situated Knowledge (034)
The interactive lecture series Queer Feminist Life and Futurity. Tools for Queer Political Imagination and Activism from Killjoy to Cyborg with Prof. Dr. Ulrike E. Auga is spread over 10 evenings where she designs a radical queer-feminist utopia. With her post-identitarian, post-secular and de/post-colonial approach, Prof. Dr. Auga will discuss topics such as epistemic violence, agency and self-determination as well as art, performance and activism. No prior academic knowledge is necessary to attend the lecture series, but we want to ask ourselves together which feminist approaches are connectable to our realities of life.
The third lecture under the theme Cyborg and Situated Knowledge will focus on feminist critique of representation and objectivity as well as concepts of posthuman life.