“Antisemitism, Israel Denial, and Gender - A Critique of Certain Intersectionalities”
Sunday, March 27, 2022
Karin Stögner is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Passau, Germany and has held Visiting Professorships at Goethe University Frankfurt (2018) and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2017). She received both her PhD and her Habilitation from the Department of Sociology at the University of Vienna. Her research focuses on a feminist reading and further development of the Critical Theory of the Frankfurt School and on the study and critique of antisemitism, sexism, homophobia, racism and nationalism as intersecting ideologies. Her numerous publications include the edited volume Kritische Theorie und Feminismus (Suhrkamp 2022), the monograph Antisemitismus und Sexismus. Historisch-gesellschaftliche Konstellationen (Nomos 2014), and the recent articles “Antisemitism and Intersectional Feminism: Strange Alliances“(2021), “New Challenges in Feminism. Intersectionality, Critical Theory, and Antizionism” (2019) and “Walter Benjamin, Subjectivity, and Gender” (2020).