Affect and Colonialism Web Lab wins award

The concept wins the Ideas Competition for International Research Marketing Prize

The multi-media and multi-lingual online platform "Affect and Colonialism Web Lab" has been awarded the "Ideas Competition for International Research Marketing Prize" with a grant of 148,600 Euros. The Web Lab brings together researchers, journalists, activists, and artists worldwide to illuminate, address, and discuss the entanglements of affect and colonialism, through videos, a podcast, and online events.

The project also includes a digital fellowship program, which will enable knowledge producers particularly from the Global South to present their work on the platform, thus creating a close link between knowledge producers from different contexts. The fellowship program will officially start in May 2021.

The Web Lab is run jointly by scholars from Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and is led by anthropologist  Dr. Jonas Bens , philosopher  Dr. Fabian Bernhardt , anthropologist  Dr. Rosa Cordillera A. Castillo , communication scholar  Dr. Débora Medeiros  and art historian  Dr. Verena Straub. 

The International Research Marketing Ideas Competition of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research is part of the  "Research in Germany"  initiative. The initiative presents Germany as a location for research and innovation worldwide and creates a forum for international exchange and cooperation. The initiative is jointly implemented by the German Academic Exchange Service, the DFG, the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and the DLR Project Management Agency.

Further information on the Web Lab can be found  here. 


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