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Gäste am MvBZ

Dr. Sagi Schäfer (summer term 2023 and winter term 2023/24)

Dr. Sagi Schäfer is an assistant professor of Modern German History at Tel Aviv University. He is also an activist against sexualized violence and other forms of power abuse, working, among others, within the framework of Academia for Equality (https://en.academia4equality.com/) and Netzwerk gegen Machtmissbrauch in der Wissenschaft (https://www.netzwerk-mawi.de/en/the-network). During the academic years 2022-3 and 2023-4 he will be based in Berlin and partake in the activities of the Margherita von Brentano Zentrum at the FU. In the fall semester 2023-4 he will teach a seminar based on the experiences of victims of Sexualized violence in academia.

Andrea Dip (summer term 2023 - winter term 2023/24)

Andrea Dip is a Brazilian investigative journalist who has been working with a focus on gender and human rights since 2001. She has received 16 journalism awards for human rights coverage. Currently living in Berlin, she is part of the IRGAC of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, a guest researcher at the LAI of the Freie Universität, and is director of the Agência Pública de Jornalismo Investigativo in Brazil. Dip researches the advance of Christian fundamentalism in Latin America, its effects on the rights of women and the LGBTQIA+ community, and the connections between religion, authoritarianism, and ultraconservatism.

Prof. Hülya Adak, PhD (visiting scholar since December 2021)

Prof. Dr. Hülya Adak is director of the Sabancı University's Center for Gender and Women's Studies (SU Gender) and visiting scholar at the MvBZ since December 2021. In her role as a kind of scholarly and cultural ambassador between the two universities she contributes to deepening the cooperation between the MvBZ and the SU Gender.

Tomasz Kitlinski, PhD (winter term 2021/22, summer term 2022 and winter term 2022/23)

Dr. Tomasz Kitlinski is an Academy in Exile and a New University in Exile fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin. He is a queerfeminist author, academic and activist. His interests include opposition to new authoritarianisms; artivism; feminist and LGBTQ theory and practice; political philosophy; questions of subjectivity and democratic intersubjectivity; Eastern Europe; Jewish studies; cosmopolitanism vs. nationalism; civil society; the humanities; and exile.

Olga Hünler, PhD (winter term 2020/21 - summer term 2021)

Dr. Olga Hünler is a fellow of Academy in Exile's Critical Thinking Residency Program at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, since August 2019. Dr. Olga Hünler has a keen interest in the intersectionality of gender, psychology, and culture. Her research scope includes, but is not limited to gender, critical masculinities, migration, and academic freedom. Her recent project is focused on “the construction of masculinities in sports-playing young men with a Turkish background.”

Ayşe Dayı, PhD (summer term 2019)

Dr. Ayşe Dayı is an Academy in Exile fellow at Freie Universität Berlin. Ayşe Dayı’s research, teaching and activist interests are in women’s health, health psychology, medical sociology, reproductive health rights, health services and policies, neoliberal globalization and health, transnational feminism, post-structural theory and qualitative methods.

Xiao Wei (summer term 2017)

Prof. Dr. Xiao Wei, Tsinghua University Beijing, Department of Philosophy.