Die Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies offers a diverse literature, film and music program and invites you to a traditional drink for the month of fasting Ramadan. For children, there is a crafting table, where name tags in different languages and Egyptian lanterns can be made. Visit us in the Holzlaube (Fabeckstr. 23-25) on the second floor!
5 pm−9 pm: Kids activities (Foyer, rooms 2.2058 and 2.2059)
Paint your name in different languages (Arabic, Farsi, Urdu, and Turkish), create your own bookmark and make Ramadan paper lanterns.
5 pm−11 pm: Poster exhibition (2.2059)
The research projects by doctoral researchers from the year 2017 of the Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies from different disciplines will be on display. Members of the Graduate School will be present to answer questions, deepen information and to engage with our work.
The Master’s degree program ‘Intellectual Encounters of the Islamicate World’ will be on display in a digital presentation.
7 pm− 7.30 pm: Grenzenlos studieren und lehren – Das Online-Studium des 21. Jahrhunderts (room 2.2059)
Was passiert, wenn sich internationale Studierende und Dozenten in einem Online-Studiengang begegnen? Das Team des MA Intellectual Encountes of the Islamicate World stellt interkulturelle Aspekte und moderne Lehr- und Lerntechnologien vor, die Zukunft der akademischen Lehre mitbestimmen werden.
8 pm− 8.30 pm: Maqama reading (room 2.2058)
Maqāmah is a literary genre that originated in the Arabic world. Alternating between eloquent prose and poetry, this form of literature is common in the Islamic world, from the Middle East to Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Maqamat were primarily aimed at educated audiences and explored complex topics through the narratives of its central characters. Reading in Arabic and German.
9 pm-10.30 pm: Short Film screening (room 2.2058)
In cooperation with the Arab Film Festival Berlin, we will be screening three films that look at understanding, contesting, and transforming boundaries and borders in everyday life.
1. Free Rang (2014) by Bass Breche
Lebanon / Germany
Arabic with English subtitles
Here you can find the synopsis in English: http://www.alfilm.de/en/program/free-range/
Morocco / France
French and Arabic with English Subtitles
Here you can find the synopsis in English: http://www.alfilm.de/en/program/borders/
Palestine / Lebanon,
Arabic with English Subtitles
Here you can find the synopsis in English: http://www.alfilm.de/en/program/bonbone/
5 pm− 8 pm & 10.30 pm – 12 midnight: Music and drinks on the terrace (room 2.2058, terrace)
Free juice will be available! Sample some traditional Egyptian Ramadan drinks, such as Kharoub.
While enjoying that cool drink, listen to a selection of music from the places where we do our work, ranging from Europe, West Africa and South Asia.
Jun 09, 2018 | 05:00 PM