EUI Events

Dossier on Queer History – Zeitgeschichte online

The German online forum for contemporary history, zeitgeschichte online, has published a dossier on queer history that was co-edited by EUI professor for the history of gender and sexuality Benno Gammerl and that offers many intriguing articles in German, yet also one in English on “QPOC solidarity in West Berlin in the 1980s. Survival as […]

Queerness between colonialism and migration: intersecting voices and experiences

Report by Riccardo Bulgarelli and Chiara Lacroix on a public discussion at Libri Liberi on 28th April 2023, organised by the Queer and Feminist Studies WG, with the collaboration of FIG. Gruppo di lavoro di intersezionalità e genere at Scuola Normale, Azione gay e lesbica Lgbtqia+ community, IREOS comunità queer autogestita, EUI Public History WG, […]

Disruptive dialogues: queerness and crip as discomforting and connecting political tools

Report on Conference Queer dis-eases: Disruptive Histories, Politics, and Bodies (EUI – 22-23 may 2023), by Mónica Morado Vázquez and Riccardo Bulgarelli (EUI)   On May, 22nd and 23rd 2023, the EUI Queer and Feminist Studies Working Group organized the international conference Queer Dis-eases: Disruptive Histories, Politics, and Bodies. Activists, artists, and researchers reflected on […]

History of Human Rights from a Queer perspective – new article

Benno Gammerl and Craig Griffiths recently published an article (in German) on the history of human rights from a queer perspective Read the article “Presseerklärung der Nationalen Arbeitsgruppe Repression gegen Schwule (1979)” on Quellen zur Geschichte der Menschenrechte  

Report – Queer Pedagogies workshop May 2022

Queer Pedagogies Report on a Workshop held at the European University Institute on 30 and 31 May 2022 Marta Chmielewska   We opened the workshop by mapping the reasons and inspirations for organizing the event. Firstly, we mentioned recent policies that limit queer knowledge exchanges and target queerness in educational settings. Secondly, we gave a critical […]

New book by Benno Gammerl – interviews

                Benno Gammerl recently published a book (in German) on a Queer History of Germany from 1871 to the present Want to know more? Read Benno Gammerl’s interviews (also in German): Queerer Kanon? Deutschlandfunkkultur