A collage of photos of four women, all smiling at the camera.
© Maha el Hissy / Elisa Aseva / Leila Essa / Alexandra Antwi-Boasiako (c) Kasper Fuglsang
A collage of photos of four women, all smiling at the camera.
© Maha el Hissy / Elisa Aseva / Leila Essa / Alexandra Antwi-Boasiako (c) Kasper Fuglsang
Panel / Discussion / Reading

Das Kritikable Queertett

Info

The event will be recorded and will be available online with subtitles afterwards.

Past dates

also online

Thursday

10/20/22

8:15 PM

kmh

Free Entry

In order to counter a homogeneous critic’s perspective, Pajam Masoumi and Kampnagel developed together the error-friendly and anti-canonical book event: DAS KRITIKABLE QUEERTETT. Here Literary critics focus on the thoughts and perspectives of those who are not to be found at all or only as stereotypes in the established media and the literary establishment.

The following books will be reviewed:

  • »Die Arena« von Négar Djavadi
  • »Romance in Marseille« by Claude McKay
  • »There are more things« by Yara Rodrigues Fowler

The three critics are:

  • Dr. Maha El Hissy
  • Elisa Aseva
  • Leila Essa

Moderated by Alexandra Antwi-Boasiako

Book cover of "Die Arena" by Négar Djavadi: The photo on the book is of a house façade against a grey-blue sky.
© C. H. Beck
Book cover of »Romance in Marseille« by Claude McKay: A colourful drawing of a person with a bald head and a suit looking at another in a dress sitting at a table and looking at a ship. Crutches lean against the table.
© Penguin Classics
Book cover of "There are more things" by Yara Rodrigues Fowler: A colourful drawing on an orange background with a coffee pot, pot plant, key, chilli pepper and onion.
© Fleet

A collaboration with Goethe-Institut Hamburg, Zentrum für internationale Kulturelle Bildung.