“Ene, mene, muh und raus bist Du”?: Rassismus statistisch und juristisch erfassen
Dr. Linda Supik (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main)
Dr. Linda Supik is a sociologist and currently holds the professorship of sociology with a focus on migration and culture at Goethe University Frankfurt. She works on discrimination, quantification, intersectionality, racism in postmigrant societies, and representation in official statistics and research surveys. She is the author of Statistik und Rassismus (2014) and Dezentrierte Positionierung. Stuart Halls Konzept der Identitätspolitiken (2005, oa). She is co-initiator of the DFG Network on Antidiscrimination Data.
Dr. Cengiz Barskanmaz (FU Berlin)
Dr. Cengiz Barskanmaz is a research associate at the Faculty of Law at Freie Universität Berlin. In his book "Law and Racism" (2019), he examined the human rights prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race. His research areas include fundamental and human rights, empirical legal research, critical race theory, and intersectionality.
Please find the program of the event series "Diversity, Racism and the Broken Promise of Inclusion in German Higher Education" HERE!
Time & Location
Dec 15, 2021 | 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
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This event will be held in German.