Publikationen und Vorträge Julia Giese



Artikel und Beiträge in Sammelbänden

  • Giese, J., & Keightley, E. (2022). Dancing through time: A methodological exploration of embodied memories. Memory Studies, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/17506980221126611
  • Punathambekar A, Giese J and Bisht D (2022): Curating new ethnicities in a digital era: Women and media work in the British South Asian diaspora. International Journal of Cultural Studies. SAGE Publications Ltd: 13678779221120436. DOI: 10.1177/13678779221120435.
  • Fateh Irani, Tara; Giese, Julia; Raithatha, Kesha (2021): “The next time I put clothes in the washing machine, I’m going to think of it as dance”. In: Bodies of Knowledge. Three Conversations on Movement, Communication and Identity. London: Live Art Development Agency.



Vorträge

    2021
  • „Women, Media Work, and the British Home: Curating New Ethnicities in a Digital Era“ (mit Professor Aswin Punathambekar and Diwas Bisht); Konferenz: International Association for Media and Communication Research, United States International University-Africa

  • „Third Space Memories: Embodied memory practices and mnemonic agency among British-Bangladeshi women in London“; Konferenz: Memory Studies Association, University of Warsaw

  • Moving Pasts: Vernacular dance as a vehicle for embodied memories among the female Bangladeshi diaspora in Tower Hamlets, London; Konferenz: Memories in Transit. Transnational Memory and Identity across modern Regimes of Displacement and Dispersion, University of Cambridge – Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement

  • Podiumsdiskussion, “Movement with Meaning: Dance, Identity, Knowledge”, Radar (Online)


  • 2020
  • You should join our WhatsApp group”: Re-imagining the diasporic, female body through participatory digital practices; Workshop: Area Studies, Digital Media Practices and New Research Approaches, Freie Universität, Berlin – Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

  • 2019
  • Dance as an Access Point to Identity and Belonging in the Diaspora Space; Konferenz: International Association for Media and Communication Research, Universidad de Complutense de Madrid

  • Embodied Partitions: Exploring women’s embodied memories of the 1947 Partition of India through dance, Konferenz: Memory Studies Association, Universidad de Complutense de Madrid

  • Podiumsdiskussion “Memory and Belonging in the Diaspora”, A Season of Bangla Drama, The Brady Art Centre, London

  • Podiumsdiskussion, at BSK Boi-Lit Cultural and Literature Festival, RichMix, London



Organisierte Konferenzen

  • „Communication for Change Festival“, Loughborough University, London, 2020

  • Konferenz: „Moving Media, Memory, and History“ mit Keynote Speakers: Andrew Hoskins und Avtar Brah, Loughborough University, London, 2019