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Posts by: Regina Sarreiter

Regina Sarreiter studied cultural and social anthropology in Berlin. Her recent research focus lies on (post)colonialisms in Germany and the aftermath of collections of ethnographic artefacts. Currently she is an academic assistant at Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO) in Berlin, where she is responsible for cultural presentation of research results. She is an honorary research fellow at the Archiv and Public Culture Initiative at the University of Cape Town. Recent publication and group exhibitions: “Ich glaube, dass die Hälfte Ihres Museum gestohlen ist”, in Was Wir Sehen. Bilder, Stimmen, Rauschen. Zur Kritik anthropometrischen Sammelns, eds Anette Hoffmann, Britta Lange, Regina Sarreiter, (Basel: Basler Afrikabibliographien, 2012) ; “Unerhörter Bericht über die deutschen Verbrechen in den kolonisierten Gebieten und über das fortwährende Wirken dieser Gewalt bis in die Gegenwart” (2012; together with Anette Hoffmann, Andrea Bellu and Matei Bellu), Acts of Voicing, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, 2012; His Master’s Voice, HartWare Kunstverein, Dortmund, 2013.
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Fait accompli? In Search of Actions for Postcolonial Injunctions. An Introduction to the Special Issue “Afterlives” edited by Artefakte//anti-humboldt

by Brigitta Kuster, Dierk Schmidt and Regina Sarreiter • 18 Nov 13
Posted in: Afterlives [11] | Editorial