In her (Blog-) article 'Recentering the side-lines. On the politics of “standing by”', Prof. Dr. Judith Beyer discusses her experiences as a by-stander of several demonstrations in Paris, on March 16, 2019.
In her Keynote “On little and grand narratives in Central Asia” (28 March 2019), Prof. Dr. Judith Beyer investigates the inter-linkages between orality, narratives, textual production and textual artefacts. In the context of a workshop on “Central Asian Studies Inside Out. Challenging Grand Narratives”, organised by the Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS),
The programme of the workshop "Claiming Justice after Conflict. The Stateless, the Displaced and the Disappeared at the Margins of the State", co-organized by Yazid Ben-Hounet (EHESS) and Judith Beyer (University of Konstanz) is now finalized.
The campaign "AskForZarni" in Yangon fights sexual harrassment. On March 4, at 5pm at Hotel G and in collaboration with the Institut Francais de Birmanie, our PhD student Carolin Hirsch will talk about the campaign she helped launch last year. The event is part of a week-long programme on Women's Rights.