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Europe, Languages and Justice – Gendering in a European context

15 October 2020
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What is gender? And why is it so important to us? Or is it even as important as we’ve all been taught to believe it is? Aren’t there countless social situations in which our gender absolutely doesn’t matter – or shouldn’t matter, at least? What attitude can we, should we have towards it in literary environments? How do we translate queer texts? Together with moderator Mithu Sanyal, our guests Nina George, Karen Nölle and Thomas Meinecke explore these and other questions.

Cooperation Partner: VDÜ & Weltlesebühne


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