Bildkorrektur: Bilder gegen Bürgerängste This collection of drawings was put together by a consortium of concerned artists who wanted to address what they saw as society’s worst fears regarding migrants. Published in 2016, the artists hope to replace fear with knowledge. The creative team includes: Aike Arndt, Tim Dinter, FÖRM, Hamed Eshrat, Serafine Frey, Matthias […]
Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, Bonn This project by the Federal Office of Political Education in Bonn combines journalistic reporting with comics related to the them of migration. The site asks “What does it mean to leave everything behind and come to a new country?” Journalists and artists from ten different countries collaborate to provide different […]
Soufeina Hamed, Berlin Soufeina Hamed is a Tunisian born artist and psychologist who grew up and lives in Berlin. Her website offers dozens of comics covering topics such as everyday life, identity, politics, religion, travel, and more. Related to her website, this Deutsche Welle video can supplement or complement a discussion of her comic art […]
wearedoingit e.V, Berlin The state-funded and award-winning project Weiter Schreiben, launched in 2017, provides a platform for artistic creativity and continuity for writers in refuge. On the project’s website texts by participating writers and related projects – including the Weiter Schreiben Magazin and (W)Ortwechelsn – are published (in visual and audio format). Visit the site
Migration Network, Berlin This project provides a wide range of interviews with twelve leading European artists who immigrated to nine different European cities. Each interview focuses on questions of immigration, history, and identity. The interviews took place in 2008. Visit the site
Diversity, Decolonization, and the German Curriculum (DDGC) is a forum that brings together scholars and practitioners at all stages in their career from North American and international institutions in order to answer questions about the place of diversity and decolonization in German Studies.
In collaboration with radio producers and broadcasters from the US and Germany, the Goethe-Institut Washington produced 52 episodes for the podcast The Big Pond. Topics include music, sports, history, religion, language, and society convey a multifaceted image of life in Germany and in the US.