How can binaries be effectively unbuilt? How does this impact constructions of identity, conceptual frameworks and scholarly fields? These are some questions explored by the graduate researcher team behind the workshop “Unbuilding binaries”
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https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Unbuilding_binaries_web_querformat.jpg 398 640 Drivalda Delia, Frederik Lange, Daniela Mathuber, Thalia Prokopiou, Eva-Maria Walther, Vita Zelenska https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LogoSCREA-RGB_engl-1030x229.png Drivalda Delia, Frederik Lange, Daniela Mathuber, Thalia Prokopiou, Eva-Maria Walther, Vita Zelenska2021-08-18 15:42:082021-08-24 15:09:00Impressions from the Workshop “Unbuilding binaries: Exploring affective and analytical responses to binary divisions as encountered in the field”
https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Mural_Berkeley-scaled.jpg 1920 2560 Verena Baier https://frictions.europeamerica.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/LogoSCREA-RGB_engl-1030x229.png Verena Baier2021-03-30 14:48:592021-09-21 20:27:22Sometimes the Past is Just Around the Corner: Impressions from Berkeley
In the 1980s Berkeley was one of the centers of US-Americans’ Nicaragua solidarity work, which supported the Sandinista Revolution. Today remnants from back then can not only be found in UC Berkeley’s extensive archives but also hidden throughout the city. PhD researcher Verena Baier explored them while on a research fellowship there in 2019/20.