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Adressing (and) Inequality

Approaches to Subjectivation in Educational Science and beyond

International conference on 30.09.21 and 01.10.21 on the specificity and scope of research on subjectivation, especially but not exclusively in education.

In this conference (inter)national researchers will enter a dialogue on subjectification in relation to power structures and questions of difference and its dimensions as well as their implications for pedagogical practices and educational science. Processes of "addressings" will be the starting point of this dialogue.

The conference is organised by the Department of General Educational Science with a focus on educational theory by Prof. Dr. Nadine Rose (FB 12).

 

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Equality Slam

Women* poetry artists wanted!

Are you a women* slam poet, a women* spoken-word poet, or a comedienne*? Do you like bringing texts to the stage, inspiring others with your words? Do you love being lyrical, funny, prosaic or serious, impressing people, exciting them, and making them think? Then University of Bremen’s first Equality Slam is just the right place for you. Here, you can slam for and against everything that’s just going too far – and the things we want to change: Stereotypes, clichéd roles, empty words, and truisms on the path to university and through the world of academia.

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Children and Corona

In times of the corona pandemic, it is particularly difficult to reconcile family life and work or study. Here you can find various counseling and support services covering different areas (such as financial support, childcare, school, and crisis support).

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Digital Accessibility in Teaching & Learning

In general, providing digital teaching is – not just in times during the corona pandemic – a valuable format for diverse, inclusive teaching. Particularly students with special needs can benefit from digital teaching. However, it also poses certain challenges for this target group, which is why we ask you, as teaching staff, to ensure the accessibility of digital teaching, even in this particular situation, despite the high level of stress that you all might be experiencing now. In the following, we are particularly concerned with accessibility for students with hearing or visual impairments, but also, for example, for students with limited mobility (especially with regards to taking notes), impairments due to ADHD, dyslexia, mental illness, or impairments due to medication. 

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News & Statements

A joint statement on sexism in science by academics from different universities: gender.macht.wissenschaft (in German only).

Statement by the Council for Migration on the Discrediting of Research and Researchers Critical of Racism (in German only).

"Prejudices against many groups of people in science are not taken seriously" - Largest-ever survey exposes career obstacles for LGBTQ scientists

In its statement on the events in Hanau, the German Council on Migration calls for racism to be finally called by its name (in German only).


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