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GERM 506B Intercultural Competence - INTRCLTRL CMPTNC
This course is taught in English.
- This course is restricted to students in one of these faculties: GRAD
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|GERM 506B 001||Seminar||2||Thu||14:00||17:00|
Germ 506 Intercultural Competence: Narratives of Belonging
This course is open to graduate students from all fields and focuses on narratives of belonging from an interdisciplinary cultural studies perspective. How do people relate to place? Does the question "Where are you from?" assume a linear narrative and sedentarist perspective of exclusion? How do we narratively create and perform belonging, cultural spaces, phenomenological borders, national and ethnic identities? With an emphasis on contemporary postmigrant narratives from and about refugees and immigrants in German-language literature that have become central to society and in social studies, we will investigate counter-perspectives to Eurocentric, ethnically and nationally centred visions of identity.