2019

Queer Modes of Endurance

Thu 04 July, 2019, 7pm talk and discussion Ferdiansyah Thajib: Queer Modes of Endurance Queer bodies and subjectivities are enduring hegemonic normative structures that are tenaciously in place. They (have to) stay with, withstand, live through and suffer impossible conditions.
In this talk, I wish to engage with the political potentials of endurance through the lens of my ethnographic study with Muslim queer communities in Indonesia, in which the question of “When does it become violence” is then transposed into an inquiry of what happens when violence endures?

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When does it become violence?

Countering day-to-day violence through queer cultures of conflict

a series of events starting in November 2017 at aquarium (Südblock), Berlin-Kreuzberg

Is it possible to counter day-to-day violence through queer cultures of conflict? This series of events looks at the multiple shapes that violence takes and calls for a queer answer of how to affectively and effectively counter widespread normative, symbolic and epistemic violence.

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