12.02.2017

26 April: Polemic and Gender. Constructions - Distinctions - Provocations

Public lecture series from the Department of Science and Art in the Unipark Nonntal, on Wednesdays from 18:00 to 19:30, with lecturers from different disciplines - www.w-k.sbg.ac.at/kunstpolemik-polemikkunst/aktuelles. Next date: 26 April: Angelika Walser (Salzburg) on “Do you believe in God or in gender? The dispute about gender in the Catholic Church”.

Programm

Studierende können in PlusOnline bzw. MozOnline die Ringvorlesung unter der LV.Nr. PLUS 901.319 / MOZ 90.1319 belegen. 

Die öffentliche Ringvorlesung des Programmbereichs „Kunstpolemik-Polemikkunst" nimmt die in der jüngeren Vergangenheit vermehrt auftretenden Angriffe auf die Genderforschung und eine zunehmend affektgeladene Abwehr gegen geschlechterpolitische Forderungen zum Ausgang und greift folgende Fragen auf: Weshalb lösen Diskussionen um Aspekte von Gender diese heftigen und auf hohe mediale Resonanz stoßenden Debatten aus beziehungsweise worin gründet das damit verbundene Erregungspotential? Ist Gender aufgrund der immer breiter werdenden Verwendung und Popularisierung noch ein Begriff der Kritik und welche Fronten bilden sich innerhalb der Genderforschung? Welche Modi des Streitens werden und wurden eingesetzt und ist Polemik gar eine spezifisch männliche Artikulationsform? Welche Argumente werden in der aktuellen Diskussion neu entwickelt und welche polemischen Einwände können auf eine lange Tradition zurückgreifen?  

Plakat

LV-Leitung: Hildegard Fraueneder (Mozarteum) und Christa Gürtler (FB Germanistik)  

Konzeption: Hildegard Fraueneder (Mozarteum), Christa Gürtler (FB Germanistik), Christopher F. Laferl (FB Romanistik), Ralph Poole (FB Amerikanistik), Norbert Christian Wolf (FB Germanistik)  

Ort/Zeit: MI 8.3.-28.6.2017; 18.00-19.30h, Unipark, Erzabt-Klotz-Str. 1, E.002 (Agnes Muthspiel)  

Bildquelle: ©Teresa Präauer, Those Human Birdies, 2015

Mag. Silvia Amberger

Programmbereichsreferentin

Wissenschaft und Kunst / PB Kunstpolemik - Polemikkunst

Bergstr. 12a, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43-662-8044-2377

E-mail to Mag. Silvia Amberger

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