Especially through language and images, gender binary inclusions and exclusions and norms about gender are constantly (re)produced. In the workshop for employees of the Kunsthochschule Kassel, we would like to address the possibilities and strategies of a gender-sensitive language: What does gender-sensitive mean? What possibilities are there to make language low-discriminatory and gender-sensitive? What is the difference between BinnenI, Unter_strich, Doppel:punkt and Gender*Stern? And why is it important to include diverse perspectives in language?
Ivo Boenig (pronouns: dey/denen) worked as a social worker at AIDS-Hilfe Kassel e. V. with a focus on queer lifestyles (10/2015-12/2019) after completing his studies in Social Work (B.A.; 2014). Dey simultaneously studied in the Master Gender Studies (M.A.; 2017) and is active in emancipatory educational work on topics of gender and sexual diversity. At the same time, dey works activistically on trans_queer issues and is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Kassel on health designs in life histories of trans and non-binary people.
Zora Lovreković (pronoun: zora/ no pronouns) studied industrial engineering (B.Sc.; 2015) and political science (B.A., 2021) at the University of Kassel. As part of her final thesis (B.A.), Zora focused on emancipatory care practices within trans and non-binary communities. From 2017 to 2021, zora worked as a student assistant at the Equality Office of the University of Kassel in the area of anti-discrimination and diversity. In the meantime, Zora Lovreković works as an anti-discrimination consultant* and as a gender and sexual diversity trainer*.
05.02.2024, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (digital)
Registration until 29.01.2023 by email to nina.ulbrich[at]uni-kassel.de.