ROUNDTABLE

SESSIONS

Friday, May 4th

10:00-11:00

Screening of works by Jeannete Ehlers, IngridMwangiRobertHutter, Teresa María Díaz Nerio,

Emeka Udemba and Tracey Moffatt

11:00-11:30 Pause

11:30-13:30

BLACK EUROPE AND DECOLONIAL (DIASPORIC) AESTHETICS

Walter Mignolo, Duke University.Decolonial Aisthesis and Other Options Related to Aesthetics.

Alanna Lockward, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.Decolonial Diasporic Aesthetics: Black German Body Politics.

IngridMwangirobertHutter, artist

Moderator: Rolando Vázquez, Roosevelt Academy

13:30-14:15 Lunch

14:15-16:30

BLACK EUROPE, CITIZENSHIP AND THE DECOLONIAL OPTION

Rolando Vázquez, Roosevelt Academy. Decolonial Thought and the Exteriority of Modernity.

Manuela Boatca, Freie Universität Berlin.The Mark of the Non-Modern: Citizenship as Ascribed Inequality in the Global Age.

Gabriele Dietze, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.

Artwell Cain, Director Ninsee (National Institute for the Study of Dutch Slavery and its Legacy). Migration, Integration and Citizenship: Surinamese and Antilleans in The Netherlands.

Moderator: Walter Mignolo, Duke University

16:30-16:45 Pause

16:45-18:00 OPEN MIC

Moderator: Robbie Shilliam, Queen Mary University, London

Moderator: Alanna Lockward, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Saturday, May 5th

09:30-11:30

SCREENINGS OF WORKS BY JEAN-MARIE TENO, SUMUGAN SIVANESAN AND WILLIAM KENTRIDGE

11:30-11:45 Pause

11:45-13:45

COLONIAL AMNESIA I. CONNECTING ENSLAVEMENT LEGACIES BEFORE AND AFTER THE TRIANGULAR TRADE IN SCANDINAVIA

Simmi Dullay, independent scholar. Uprootings and Belongings. Mapping the Black Body in a Scandinavian Exile

Ylva Habel, Södertörn University. Invulnerable but Touchy: White Governmentality, “Race” and the affective Economies of the Post-Political In Swedish Media Discourse on the Transatlantic Slavery.

Jeannette Ehlers, artist

Moderator: Alanna Lockward, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

13:45-14:30 Lunch

14:30-16:30

COLONIAL AMNESIA II. RES NULLIUS, THE BERLIN-CONGO CONFERENCE AND THE HERERO-NAMA GENOCIDE

David Olusoga, author.‘Death through Exhaustion’.

José Manuel Barreto, Goldsmiths College London.The Politics of Amnesia. The Herero-Nama Genocide in the context of European and German Strategies of Denial

Ulrike Hamann, Goethe University Frankfurt. Duala – Confrontations of “Res Nullius’’.

Moderator: Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Director of Savvy Contemporary

16:30-18:00 OPEN MIC

Moderator: Michael Küppers-Adebisi, Director of AFROTAK TV cyberNomads

Moderator: Teresa María Díaz Nerio, artist

Sunday, May 6th

10:30-11:00

SCREENING OF WORK BY AFROTAKT TV CYBERNOMADS

11:00- 13:00

BLACKNESS, SISTERHOOD AND CITIZENSHIP IN THE SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE

Teresa María Díaz Nerio, artist. Ni ‘Mamita’ ni ‘Mulatita . Caribbean Womanhood and Citizenship in The Netherlands

Grada Kilomba, author. Diversity in Adversity.

Rozena Maart, University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. Black Europe as Black Flesh.

Minna Salami, Writer/Blogger. Fashioning Womanhood in Africa through the 20th Century – The Culture and Politics of Dress.

Moderator: Robbie Shilliam, Queen Mary University, London

13:00-13:45

Brunch

14:00-15:30

BLACKNESS, BROTHERHOOD AND CITIZENSHIP IN THE SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE

Michael Küppers-Adebisi, Director of AFROTAK TV cyberNomads. Multi-Media-Archives of Survival. Occupy!

Robbie Shilliam, Queen Mary University, London. Keskidee Aroha: Translation on the Colonial Stage.

Quinsy Gario, artist

Moderator: Ylva Habel, Södertörn University.

15:30-16:00

Open Mic

Moderator: Walter Mignolo, Duke University

Moderator: IngridMwangiRobertHutter, artist

17:00

SCREENING OF TOXI (1952) BY ROBERT A. STEMMLE

IN COLLABORATION WITH AFRICAVENIR, HACKESCHE HÖFE KINO

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