HHU StartPhilosophische FakultätEnglish DepartmentSectionsAnglistik II: American StudiesFaculty/StaffDorothee WieseWIESE Invited lectures, conference presentations, public engagement, films and performances

Invited Lectures, Conference Presentations, Public Engagement, Films and Performances

Invited Lectures 

Wiese, Doro (07/2017). “Kunst und Propaganda. Grenzgänge zwischen Schein und Wirklichkeit.”  [Art and Propaganda. Exploring the Division between Appearance and Reality]. Lecture Series “Borders,” Studium Generale, University of Cologne, FRG. 

Wiese, Doro (06/2017). “Ent-Entfremdungen und eine Aufforderung zum Langsam-werden.” Public Lecture, University of Cologne, FRG. 

Wiese, Doro (11/2016). “Denkfigur und Mythographie. Zur Funktion der Selbstgestaltung in Marjane Satrapis Persepolis und Riad Sattoufs der Araber von morgen.“ [Figures of Thought and Mythographies in Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis and Riad Sattouf’s The Arab of the Future]. Comparative Literature Department, University of Potsdam, FRG.

Wiese, Doro (06/2013). “As long as all our days belong to Death-Eye Dog . . .” Affective Economies in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead. JFK Institut, FU Berlin, FRG.

Wiese, Doro (05/2013). “Transnationale Erinnerungspolitiken: Der Völkermord in ehemals Deutsch-Südwestafrika und die Shoah.” Workshop 'Kolonialismus und Nationalsozialismus – Potenzial und Problematik des Vergleichs,' organized by the Centre for Research on Antisemitism [Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung, ZfA], TU Berlin

Wiese, Doro (07/2010). The Strange Case of Dr. Deleuze. Introductory lecture at special event 'Deleuze at the table,' International Deleuze-Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Wiese, Doro (04/2010). “Identitäts- und Raumverschiebungen in den Arbeiten von Frederick Kiesler und Maja Weiss.” Film screening, lecture and discussion (with Erich Pick and Anna-Lena Wenzel), Kunsthalle Hamburg, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro (08/2009). “Down to the Sharkbone Quill & the Very Sepia Ink: Becoming-fish with 'Gould's Book of Fish'”. International Noise Summer School, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. 

Wiese, Doro (08/2007). “Stottern in den Maschinen des Selbst. Der Film "Dandy Dust" als Fabrik widerspenstiger ästhetischer Praktiken.” DFG-Netzwerktreffen 'Körper in den Kulturwissenschaften,' Rügen, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro (06/2005). “The murderous archive: history as conspiracy in Richard Flanagan's 'Gould's Book of Fish.'” International Deleuze Conference, Universität zu Köln, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro (05/2003). “Bewegtes Begehren oder Überlegungen für ein Kino der Poesie.” Symposium 'Screenwise. Standorte und Szenarien der zeitgenössischen feministischen Film- und TV-Wissenschaften,' Kunsthalle Wien, Austria. At the invitation of Synema, VfW and IKM, Vienna, Austria. 

Wiese, Doro (11/2000). Delete Identity. Enter. Der Film Dandy Dust als Demontage von Zweigeschlechtlichkeit und Heterosexualisierungen. Lecture course 'Jenseits der Geschlechtergrenzen,' Universität Hamburg, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro (01/1999). Nur war es ihr manchmal unangenehm, dass  sie nicht auf dem Kopf gehen konnte. Szenarien zur Textur des Körpers. Lecture Course 'Jenseits der Geschlechtergrenzen,' Universität Hamburg. With Maren Möhring and Petra Sabisch. 

Wiese, Doro (09/1997). “Blickwechsel. Verqueere Perspektiven auf feministische Filmtheorie.” Villigst, Germany. At the invitation of the 'evangelische Studienakademie.'

Presentations at International Conferences 

Wiese (11/2018). "In Formation." International conference After Post-Truth. BAU, Barcelona, Spain.

Wiese, Doro (06/2018). "Untranslatability as Resistance: The Deconstruction of Western Knowledge in American Indian Fiction." Archives of Resistance: Cosmopolitanism, Memory and World Literature, University of Leeds, UK.

Wiese, Doro (05/2018). “On the Necessity of Slowness in Contemporary Times.“ Annual Deleuze Scholarship Conference: Deleuze and the Politics of Sustainability,” Utrecht University, NL.

Wiese, Doro. (04/2018) “Violent Times. Textual Resistance Against Settler-Colonial Temporalizations in James Welch’s Fools Crow.” ASCA International Workshop and Conference “Dissecting Violence. Structures, Imaginaries, Resistances.” UVA, Amsterdam, NL.

Wiese, Doro (12/2017). "History Writing as Material Practice: William Kentridge Meets Walter Benjamin." International Conference Materialities of Postcolonial Memory, AHM, UvA, NL. 

Wiese, Doro (12/2017). "Caught in a Flash. William Kentridge’s Black Box, German Colonial History and the Holocaust." International Conference Unfinished Histories, Art, Memory and the Visual Politics of Coloniality, Kopenhagen University, Denmark. 

Wiese, Doro (12/2016). "Untranslatable Timescapes in James Welch’s Fools Crow." Where are we now? Temporalities of Globalisation. International Conference of the ACGS, UvA, NL. 

Wiese, Doro (10/2015). "Twin Evil. Capitalism and Colonialism in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanach of the Dead." Affect Theory Conference. Worldings | Tensions | Futures. Millersville University, Lancaster, PA, USA. 

Wiese, Doro (07/2015). "Peripheral Worldscapes in Circulation. Towards a Productive Understanding of Untranslatability." Terceres Jornades de Recerca de l'iiEDG -- Diàlegs feministes entre l'acció i la investigació: educació, ocupació i salut. Universitat de Barcelona, Spain. 

Wiese, Doro (11/2014). "Affective Economies and Colonialism's Culture in Leslie Marmon Silko´s Almanac of the Dead." International conference Material Matters in Times of Crisis Capitalism: Transnational Feminist and Decolonial Approaches. Liebig University, Gießen, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro (5/2014). "'From Opaque Flesh to Diaphanous Wonder.' Richard Flanagan's Gould's Book of Fish and Literature's Ability to Resist Biopolitical Determinations of Life." Linköping: Linköping University, Sweden, Life Matters: Affect, Sex, and Control. Conference

Wiese, Doro (3/2014). "Colonialism as an Affective Force in Silko's Almanac of the Dead." NYU, New York, meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA). 

Wiese, Doro (11/2013). “The Semiotics of Subjectification in Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead.” International Workshop of Terra Critica, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. 

Wiese, Doro (10/2012). “Creating Affect through Words and Silences: Paratextuality in Richard Flanagan's Gould's Book of Fish,” International Conference 'Worth a Thousand Words,' University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 

Wiese, Doro (6/2010). “The micropolitics of literature: Suspending the political moment.” International Symposium 'Waiting for the political moment,' Erasmus University Rotterdam and Utrecht University, The Netherlands. 

Wiese, Doro (5/2010). “Evoking a Memory of a Future: Jonathan Safran Foer's Everything is Illuminated (2002).” International Conference 'Performances of Memory in the Arts,' Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 

Wiese, Doro (11/2009). “In(ter)ventions in Discourses of Gender: The Film Dandy Dust and the Emergence of the Body-Image.” International conference 'Transgender Studies and Theories: Building up the Field in a Nordic Context,' Linköping, Sweden.

Wiese, Doro (7/2009). “Sexuality captured, sexuality on a line of flight: Tracy Emin's Top Spot.” International Deleuze Conference, Universität zu Köln, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro (6/2009): “Tracy Emin's Top Spot and The Art of Becoming-Woman.” 7th Feminist European Research Conference, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. 

Wiese, Doro (5/2009). “'Unreliable Signs': The Construction of Gendered Bodies in the Film Dandy Dust (1998).” International Symposium on Trans Cinema Studies, UvA, NL.

Wiese, Doro (9/2007). “Hauntologies and Friendship. Everything is Illuminated sheds a light on minor literature.” International Conference 'Creolising Europe,' University of Manchester, Great Britain.

Wiese, Doro (3/2007). “In Chronotopia - A New Optics for Reading.” International Conference 'Inside Knowledge: (Un)doing Methodologies, Imagining Alternatives,' ASCA, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Wiese, Doro (5/2005). "Pessimismus organisieren! Sibylle Berg trifft Walter Benjamin." Symposium 'Überdreht – Spin doctoring, Politik, Medien.' Thealit, Bremen, Germany.

Public Engagement 

Wiese, Doro (06/2017). “Kunst und planetarische Optik” [Art and Planetary Optic]. Public lecture at the exhibition Amphitheatreffen, Mom Art Space – Fabrik im Gängeviertel, Hamburg, FRG. 

Wiese, Doro (04/2017). “Staging Female Desire in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.” Public lecture and discussion, Filmpalette, Köln, FRG. 

Wiese, Doro (02/2016). “How to resist the power of the gaze and gossip – response to Mieke Bal.” Humanities Students' Conference on Power Structures, Utrecht University

Wiese, Doro (03/2015). “Untranslatable Worldscapes. Configurations of Time and Space in American Indian Fiction.” Lecture Series Literary Translation, Utrecht University

Wiese, Doro (12/2014). “Making Time, Undoing Race: Richard Powers’ The Times of Our Singing.” Lecture series The Humanities -- Time and Temporality. Utrecht University

Wiese, Doro (04/2014): “(M)other Voices: the Maternal as an Attitude, Maternal Thinking and the Production of Time and Knowledge.” On invitation of the reading-group '(m)other voices', Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Arts, Rotterdam. 

Wiese, Doro (09/2013): “I am no sweet rhymer -- Lucebert.” Podiumdiscussion on the English translation of  Lucebert's oeuvre. Literatuurfestival 'Read my World', Amsterdam, NL. Together with Arie Boomsma, Robert Halpern, Abdellatif Latif and Thomas Möhlmann. 

Wiese, Doro (05/2013). “Ideas and materiality are in Anna Lena Grau's work intricately and inseparably entwined” – Introductory Speech at the Vernissage of BERNARD ONDERSTIJN en ANNA LENA GRAU. Galerie de Rietlanden, Amsterdam. 

Wiese, Doro (07/2010). “The Strange Case of Dr. Deleuze.” Introductory lecture at special event 'Deleuze at the table,' International Deleuze-Conference, Amsterdam. 

Wiese, Doro (04/2010). Panel discussion on “Memories of Trauma through Literary and Visual Media” (with Marta Zarzycka), 'Transnational Memories,' Utrecht University

Wiese, Doro (2009). Co-curator of the art programme at the 7th Feminist European Research Conference, Utrecht University, NL. With Lena Eckert, Domitilla Olivieri and Marta Zarzycka).

Wiese, Doro (09/2008). “Becoming Woman (Observing, understanding & criticising films from a queer & feminist perspective).” International workshop, Ladyfest Amsterdam, NL. With Domitilla Olivieri.

Wiese, Doro (2008). Co-organiser of Ladyfest Amsterdam, NL, curator of the film programme. With Domitilla Olivieri.

Wiese, Doro (07/2006). “Historia, exclusión y estrategias contra-hegemonial / History, exclusion, and counter-hegemonic strategies.” International workshop, Femact, Barcelona, Spain. With Muriel Gonzalez.

Wiese, Doro (07/2006). “La imagen de la mujer en el cine y la crítica feminista.” International workshop, MAMBO, Barcelona, Spain. With Susana Ferrando.

Wiese, Doro (2004-2006). Co-organiser of Freies Forschungsinstitut dfg³ – Denken im öffentlichen Raum [dfg³ – Mobile Research], a collaboration between artists and scientists.

Wiese, Doro (10/2004). “(Re)Working Conditions: Queer/Feminist Perspectives of Resistance Against Precarious Work.” International workshop, University of Hamburg, Germany. With Antke Engel and Claudia Koltzenburg. www.queerworking.de

Wiese, Doro (2003-2006). Co-editor of the Hamburg-based city-magazine breitaufgestellt, gutangelegt, etc. http://thing-hamburg.de/index.php?id=592

Wiese, Doro (05/2001). “'What’s love got to do with it?' – Liebesverhältnisse mit der Macht.” Haus der Gewerkschaftsjugend, Oberursel, Germany. At the invitation of 'hessischer Jugendring.' 

Wiese, Doro (12/2000). “Bilder im Spannungsfeld von Subversion und Affirmation.“ Frauenbildungszentrum Denkträume, Hamburg, Germany. With Kerstin Brandes, Regina Brunett, Antke Engel and Claudia Lenz.

Wiese, Doro (1999-2006). Co-editor and writer of the radio programme “Frühstückskader,” Freies Sender Kombinat, Hamburg (93,0 Mhz), FRG. www.fsk-hh.org

Wiese, Doro (05/1999). “Textgewebe und Körpertexte. Körper und Sprache bei Judith Butler und Elspeth Probyn.” Haus der Gewerkschaftsjugend, Oberursel, Germany. At the invitation of 'hessischer Jugendring.' 

Wiese, Doro (10/1998). “Bewegende Bilder, feministische Filmtheorie und ein Versuch queer zu lessen ...”  Frauenbildungszentrum Denkträume, Hamburg.

Wiese, Doro (10/2000). “Staatsarchitektur und Geschlecht.“ Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria. With Manuela Bojadzijev, Gabriele Marth and Jo Schmeiser.

Wiese, Doro. (02/1999). Organisation of the event »Staatsarchitektur«/»Die leere Mitte« [state architecture/the empty centre] with Jo Schmeiser, Gabriele Marth and Hito Steyerl at b-movie, Hamburg, FRG. With Antke Engel.

Wiese, Doro (01/1998). “Filmische Repräsentationen und Formen des Widerstands (Teil 2: Zuschauerinnenschaft).“ Depot, Vienna, Austria. With Ruth Noack.

Wiese, Doro (1995-2000). Co-editor and writer for the Hamburger Frauenzeitung, Germany's oldest feminist magazine.

Performances and Films 

Chawla, Tanja, Christina Schäfer, and Doro Wiese. 2010. The Sexworkers' World Cup. Documentary film. 

Wiese, Doro. 2005. Lecture Performance: Formel 1 für Deutschland. Ein Projekt zur Rettung der Nation. Black-Box-Project, City of Science, Bremen, Germany. 

Wiese, Doro. 2002. Lecture Performance: Ahab oder Wie man ein Weißer Wal wird. (Text/director/theatrical adviser). Volksbühne, Berlin; Schauspiel Frankfurt, Frankfurt.  am Main, Germany. 

 

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