Dorothee Beck, Neuere Deutsche Literatur, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Wednesday, November 23, 2022.
17:30 Opening Reception.
18:00 – 18:30
18:30 – 19:30
Keynote Prof. Dr. Myra Marx Ferree: Contested modernity in family gender regimes.
Thursday, November 24, 2022.
09:00 – 10:00
Keynote Prof. Dr. Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly.
10:15 – 11:45
Panel 1 – Medialization of Gendered Rule in the Early Modern Period.
- Dr. Péter Bokody (Art History): Political Control and Sexual Violence in Italian Painting Before 1500.
- Prof. Dr. Hania Siebenpfeiffer (Modern German Literature): The Queen’ medialized body, or Maria Stuart on the Early Modern German stage.
- Aleksandra Matczyńska (Art History): Visual representations of power and prestige of the noble family in artistic commissions of women in the early 17th century. Silesia and Saxony in comparison.
Chair / Discussant: Prof. Dr. Sigrid Ruby, Prof. Dr. Inken Schmidt-Voges.
12:00 – 13:30
Panel 2 – Imaginations of Female Presidency in TV Series.
- Prof. Dr. Katja Kanzler (American Studies): Veep: Presidential Power, Gender, and Modes of Televisual Imagination.
- Prof. Dr. Rirhandu Mageza-Barthel (Political Science): ›Black Earth Rising‹: Fictional Female Presidentship in Rwanda.
- Prof. Dr. Sarah Sepulchre (Communication Studies): Female presidents, politicians like any other? Analysis of the gendered stereotypes conveyed in the French political series L'Etat de Grace, Les hommes de l'ombre, Baron noir.
Chair: Dr. Jutta Hergenhan; Discussant: Prof. Dr. Carmen Birkle.
14:30 – 15:30
Keynote Prof. Dr. Claudia Ulbrich.
15:45 – 17:15
Panel 3 – Entangling Conceptions of ›Weak Rule‹ and ›Femininity‹ from Shakespeare Plays to Presidential Representation.
- Dr. Imke Lichterfeld (Theatre Studies): Negotiating the ›weak king dilemma‹.
- Prof. Dr. Greta Olson (American Studies): Kamala Harris’s Rupture and Continuation of U.S. American Vice-Presidential Traditions.
- Lea Reiff (Modern German Literature): ›The Shadow of a King‹: Power and Precarious Masculinities in Plays by Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach and Friedrich Schiller.
Chair / Discussant: Prof. Dr. Hania Siebenpfeiffer, Prof. Dr. Inken Schmidt-Voges.
18:00 – 19:30
Panel 4 – Subalternity and Epistemic Violence.
- Dr. Richard Herzog (History): Matrilineality and Native Female Rulership as Told by Nahua Historians of Early Colonial Mexico.
- Kate McGregor (History): There is only one way to be pretty!« Racialized Beauty Norms in German Samoa, 1906-1916.
- Dr. Christine Klapeer (Political Science): Homodevelopmentalism as epistemic violence? Examining German trans/national LGBTIQ* politics from a queer and post-/decolonial perspective.
Chair: Prof. Dr. Isabel Heinemann / Discussant: Dr. Jutta Hergenhan.
Friday, November 25, 2022.
09:00 – 10:00
Keynote Prof. Dr. Birgit Sauer: The State as an Intersectional and Gendered Relation of Violence.
10:15 – 11:45
Panel 5 – Sexuality, Violence, and the State: Norms and Regulations.
- Justine Semmens, PhD (History): State, Society, and Symbiosis: Men’s honour, women’s virtue, and adultery prosecution in early modern France.
- Prof. Dr. Julia König (Education Studies): Imperial Fantasies and the Constitution of the White Subject Sexualized Gender Power Structures in Colonial Picture Postcards around 1900.
- Dr. Jane Freeland (Contemporary History): Domestic Violence Shelters in (divided) Berlin: 1976 and 1989/90 in Comparison.
Chair: Prof. Dr. Helga Krüger-Kirn; Discussant: Prof. Dr. Isabel Heinemann.
12:00 – 13:30
Panel 6 – Women as Newly Emergent Political Actors.
- Vincent Dold (History): The Second Revolutionary? Gendered Revolutionary Scripts and Their Inherent Power Inequalities in the German Socialist Movement from 1848 to 1918.
- Prof. Dr. Carla Hoetink and Team (History): Gender and parliament: an exploration of sources, methods and concepts for research into the gendered power structures of the Dutch States-General.
- Dr. Anikó Félix (Sociology): Being on the right (side?): Reasons and current state of the female engagement in the Hungarian right-wing.
Chair: Dr. Martin Göllnitz, Discussant: PD Dr. Heidi Hein-Kircher.
14:00 – 15:30