Masks, the Study of Religion and Digression

Once you have started with feminism, it feels as if you have been put on a pair of glasses through which you see the world in a way that always puts the markers „gender roles,“ „patriarchy,“ or „power“ in front. No, not glasses, you could take them off. Rather, something like a mask that is firmly glued to the face.

Social-Distancing Update from a Masters' and PhD student's living room

deutsch The home office has now reached pretty much everyone where it is possible — some faster and „easier“ than others. Most of the students and many of my colleagues simply had to go to the university library quickly and hope that the bag they were allowed to carry out on the last open day„Social-Distancing Update from a Masters' and PhD student's living room“ weiterlesen

„Strong Women“: Why I didn’t want them as lecturers

deutsch Today is International Women’s Day. So what fits this better than a blog post about „strong women“? In universities, as in so many other fields, we still lack women not only as lecturers, professors and persons to relate to, but also as representatives who show us: it is possible! So, therefore, every woman in„„Strong Women“: Why I didn’t want them as lecturers“ weiterlesen