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Negative Privilege Detienne’s examples suggest that comparison is called off where some- thing seen as uniquely good is at stake, where there is a danger of rel- ativizing some jealously guarded claim to national or cultural dignity. But a similar resistance to comparison arises where the uniquely bad is thought to lurk.The permissibility of comparisons is presented as an epistemic matter (a matter of knowing what is and is not comparable) but is more accurately described as ethical (a matter of knowing what it is right and wrong to compare). Between the

a Neoli- beral Politics of Normalisation«. In: Nina Laurie/Liz Bondi (Hg.), Working the Spaces of Neoliberalism: Activism, Professionalisa- tion and Incorporation, Malden/Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, S. 122-142. Seidman, Steven (2005): »From Outsider to Citizen«. In: Elizabeth Bernstein/Laurie Schaffner (Hg.), Regulating Sex: The Politics of Intimacy and Identity, New York/London: Routledge, S. 225-247 Weeks, Jeffrey (2003): Sexuality, New York/London: Routledge. PRIVILEGING OPPRESSION. CONTR ADICTIONS IN INTERSECTIONAL POLITICS Antonio (Jay) Pastrana, Jr

today. While no longer concerned with representation, privilege is nonetheless often granted to the mate- rial agency of ‘real people’ as that which shapes and determines the materiality of technology. This article is primarily a theoretical and methodological reflection on how materiality challenges – but sometimes relies on – long standing and often veiled traditions from cultural studies, especially as they move out of academic discus- sion and into the popular imaginary of social media and its ‘user- generated content.’ I focus on some deliberate attempts at

Literarische Konstruktionen in Doeschka Meijsings Prosa
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Reconfigurations of Racism in Contemporary Europe

discourse and how that impacts attitudes in the community, particularly in relation to toxicity towards minori- ties. My paper uses Tyler “Ninja” Belvin’s statement “I don’t play with female gamers” (Frank 2018) as a rhetorical case study for examining rhetorical power, celebrity, and privilege on Twitch. I ultimately argue that Twitch is a site of laborious play and “playbour” that perpetually remains socially inactive in supporting and accepting minorities on the platform. To support this argument, I use Carolyn Miller’s “Genre as Social Action” (1984) to situate

Ethnographic Perspectives on Social Hierarchies and Global Inequalities
Das »Nibelungenlied« und Fritz Langs Film »Die Nibelungen« im Licht der Intersektionalitätsforschung
Ein Anti-Manifest
Rassismuskritik der Gegenwart