Oct. 17, 2022

Event information: "How much racism is there in Max Weber and what shall we do with it?"

Online workshop on 3 November from 5 to 8 p.m. with presentations by Angela Zimmerman (Washington DC), Manuela Boatca (Freiburg), Karl-Siegbert Rehberg (Dresden) and Andrea Esser (Jena). Registration is requested by November 1.


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Bilingual online workshop with simultaneous translation

5-5.15 p.m.: welcome adress by Hartmut Rosa and introduction by the workshop organizers Urs Lindner and Amelie Stuart
5.15-6.15 p.m.: presentations

  • Angela Zimmerman (Washington DC): "Reading Weber's Racism".
  • Manuela Boatca (Freiburg): "Building Heroic Europe: Racializing Labor East and South"
  • Karl-Siegbert Rehberg (Dresden): "Max Weber's 'Strong Words' in a Climate of Nationalistic Racial Pride and Racial Contempt."
  • Andrea Esser (Jena): "How to Deal with Racism, Sexism and Anti-Semitism in the So-Called Classics of the German Philosophical Tradition?"

6:15-6:30 p.m.: break
6:30-8 p.m.: discussion


Registration by 1 November is requested. Please contact Diana Blanke: diana.blanke@uni-erfurt.de