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Ana Makhashvili, Annabella Backes, and Margreth Lünenborg present “Beyond arguments? Affect-theoretical concepts of public spheres using the example of (anti-)feminist discourses”

DGPuK 2024

DGPuK 2024

On March 15, 2024, Ana Makhashvili, Annabella Backes and Margreth Lünenborg from the D02 project of the CRC “Affective Socities gave a lecture at the 69th Annual Conference of the German Communication Association (DGPuK) “Visions for the ‘good life’: Media and Communication in Tomorrow's Society” at the University of Erfurt.

News from Mar 21, 2024

In the lecture “Beyond arguments? Affect-theoretical concepts of public spheres using the example of (anti-)feminist discourses“, the role of emotions in (anti-)feminist discourses was discussed as well as affect-theoretical approaches to researching and conceptualizing public spheres with reference to the concept of affective publics and queer-feminist critiques of the public sphere. On the basis of an exemplary explorative analysis of a meme that circulated on TikTok in the context of Roe vs. Wade, this affect-theoretical perspective was illustrated and made analytically fruitful. The lecture was one of three in a panel on “Fear, Exclusion and Affect in Dissonant Public Spheres“.

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