LQGBTQI+ in Germany: a short historical overview and an intersectional view on challenges of queers in today’s Germany
Date: 10:00am PDT October 20 Location: Via Zoom
LQGBTQI+ in Germany: a short historical overview and an intersectional view on challenges of queers in today’s Germany.
During this Conversation with Germany, Lina Ismail and Ramazan Demirlek will outline the history of LQGBTQI+ in Germany as they also talk about the challenges facing their communities.
Lina Ismail, 24, BA and MA German as a Foreign Language (LMU), Masters Certificate Program: Intercultural Communication Certificate Program (LMU), intercultural communication and ethics teacher, pedagogical project coordinator with Queer*Yourope.
Ramazan Demirlek , 32, BA-student of Middle Eastern Studies (LMU), educational staff at a youth-centre, anti-discrimination-trainer for students and teachers, pedagogical project coordinator with Queer*Yourope.
Registration is required in order to receive the Zoom Meeting ID. We ask you to register for one or all of the Conversations .
Organized by the Lewis and Clark Year of Study in Munich, German Studies at Lewis & Clark, German Studies at Whitman College, German Studies at the University of Puget Sound & the Department of German at Northwestern.