Pavel Brunssen

Pavel Brunssen
University of Michigan | U-M · Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures

Master of Arts
PhD candidate in the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan.

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PhD candidate in the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan. Research focus on antisemitism, antigypsyism, memory cultures, and European football fan cultures.

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Dieses Buch analysiert das gesellschaftlich weitverbreitete Ressentiment gegen RB Leipzig aus antisemitismuskritischer Perspektive. In einer empirisch fundierten theoretischen Auseinandersetzung stellt dieses Buch eine gleichermaßen innovative wie richtungsweisende Studie über die Fankultur der Ultras sowie die Artikulationsformen des Antisemitismu...
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This book takes a close look at discrimination in football in order to illuminate our understanding of the interaction between sport and wider society, politics, and culture, particularly in terms of the (re)production of identity. It presents insightful and diverse international case studies, including the shadow of fascism in Italian football; fa...
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Antiziganism is a common phenomenon on the big screen. To examine this issue from various perspectives, acclaimed scholars and junior researchers, filmmakers and human rights activists, both Roma and non-Roma, gathered in Berlin in 2018 and presented their research output, shared personal testimonies and discussed films at the international confere...
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This chapter investigates the ressentiment directed at the club RB Leipzig, which has been widespread in the German football fan culture since the club’s foundation in 2009. In the eyes of those who despise it, RB Leipzig has become the antithesis of a “good” football club and thus an object of ressentiment that goes far beyond criticism of the clu...
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Das Gutachten bietet zunächst einen empirischen Überblick und eine Einordnung verschiedener Erscheinungsformen von Antiziganismus im Fußball. Hierfür wurde eine ausführliche Quellenrecherche durchgeführt sowie ein Fragebogen verschickt. Auf Grundlage dieser empirischen Darstellung werden im zweiten Teil des Gutachtens Reaktionen auf antiziganistisc...
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Flaschen fliegen durch die Luft, Glas splittert, Böller explodieren. Parolen wie "Frei, sozial und national!" und "Hurra, Hurra, die Deutschen, die sind da!" sind noch weit bis in die Seitenstraßen zu hören. Der Aufmarsch der "Hooligans gegen Salafisten" im Oktober 2014 in Köln hat eines deutlich gemacht: Die rechten Teile der Hooliganszenen sind w...
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Eine Vielzahl gesellschaftlicher Akteure hat Einfluss auf die politische Ausrichtung einer Fanszene. Um deren Bedeutung für das Machtverhältnis in den Fankurven zu analysieren sowie zu erläutern, dient ein theoretisches Modell, welches politische Entwicklungen und Potenziale der Arbeit gegen Rechtsextremismus zu fassen sucht. Dabei steht die Frage...

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Conference, Day 1: 22 February 2018 Date: 22-23 February 2018 Venue: Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma – Berlin Office | Aufbau Haus am Moritzplatz | Prinzenstr. 84.2. | 10969 Berlin | 3rd floor Registration: Click here for the registration form, please register by 15th of February 09:00 Welcome and introduction to the conference [in German with English translation] Romani Rose, Central Council of German Sinti and Roma Dr. Markus End, Society for Research on Antigypsyism 9:20 am Panel 1: Analytical approaches to antigypsyism in films [in German with English translation] André Raatzsch, Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma: Film and Ethics: Questions and Theses for an Emancipatory Turn Radmila Mladenova, University of Heidelberg: On ‘gypsy’ films and their technology of truth production 10.30 pm Panel 2: Narrative patterns in movies and their origins [in German with English translation] Chair: Jaqueline Roussety, Humboldt University of Berlin Prof. Kirsten von Hagen, Giessen University: The Image of the ‘Gypsy’: Staged Alterity in Film Dr. Hilde Hoffmann, Ruhr-University Bochum: Continuities in the cinematic representation of European Roma 12:30 lunch break 2:00 pm Panel 3: Feature Film and History [in German with English translation] Chair: Daniela Gress, University of Heidelberg Dr. Frank Reuter, University of Heidelberg: Constructions of the ‘Gypsy Woman’ in Nazi movies: A comparative Analysis Martin Holler, Humboldt University of Berlin: Representation of the Roma Holocaust in Soviet and Russian Film Prof. Iulia-Karin Patrut, University of Flensburg: From Kusturica to Radu Jude: Aferim! as an innovative cinematic representation 4:00 pm break 4:30 pm OPPOSE OTHERING! Workshop with filmmakers [in German and in English] Rebecca Podlech, goEast Festival: Keynote Speech with Eszter Hajdú, Sándor Mester (film Judgment in Hungary), Tayo Awosusi-Onutor (film Phral mende – about us) 18:30 pm end / dinner Conference, Day 2: 23 February 2018 Date: 22-23 February 2018 Venue: Documentation and Cultural Center of German Sinti and Roma – Berlin Office | Aufbau Haus am Moritzplatz | Prinzenstr. 84.2. | 10969 Berlin | 3rd floor Registration: Click here for the registration form, please register by 15th of February 9:00 am Panel 4: Representations of Roma in feature and documentary films [in English] Chair: Dr. Anna Mirga-Kruselnicka, European Roma Institute of Arts and Culture Dr. William Hope, University of Salford, Manchester: The Roma in Italian documentary films Dr. Sunnie Rucker-Chang, University of Cincinnati: Roma and African-American Filmic Representation: A Diachronic Comparison Prof. Matthias Bauer, University of Flensburg: Peter Nestler’s depiction of the everyday life of Roma and Sinti Mária Bogdán, Central European University: The visible stranger: The concept of the hero in the construction of Roma identity 11:00 am break 11:15 am Panel 5: Good intentions are not good enough: truth claims in fiction films, impact and reception [in English] Chair: Dr. Ismael Cortez, Jaume I University, Madrid Dr. Andrea Pócsik, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest: The (An) Archeology of Roma Image Making: Berlin, 1932 Pavel Brunßen, Technical University of Berlin: What remains of the debate on Nelly’s Adventure (Nelly’s Adventure)? Theses, Reflections, and Outlook Laura Jacobs, University of Amsterdam: Media reception and impact on attitudes toward Roma in society William Bila, La voix des Rroms: The film A Bras Ouvert (With Open Arms): Antigypsyism in French cinema and its reception in public discourses 1:00 pm lunch break 2:00 pm Panel 6: Similarities and Differences [in German with English translation] Chair: Dr. Yasemin Shooman, Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin Dr. Lea Wohl von Haselberg, Film University Babelsberg: Between stereotype and antisemitism. Jewish figures in German film and television Karina Griffith, University of Toronto: What does producing mean for us? 3.30 pm Conference commentary: reflection and insights [in German with English translation] Dr. Antonia Schmid, Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg Prof. Rainer Schulze, University of Essex (tbc)