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Dr. Juliana M. Streva

ZI Lateinamerika-Institut

Berlin University Alliance (BUA)

Beyond social cohesion – Global repertoires of living together

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Adresse
Boltzmannstraße 4
14195 Berlin

Transdisziplinäre Forscherin und Dozentin an der Freien Universität Berlin, mit Schwerpunkt auf lateinamerikanischen und karibischen kritischen Epistemologien unter Einbeziehung antirassistischer, feministischer und dekolonialer Theorien und Praktiken sowie 'counter archives'.

Aktuelle Position

2021-24 Postdoctoral Fellow, Programm "Beyond social cohesion - Global repertoires of living together", Berlin University Alliance, Lateinamerika-Institut (LAI) und Institut für Soziologie, Freie Universität Berlin.


Fellowships

2020-21 Junior Fellow, Hub on Conservatisms. Mecila: Maria Sibylla Merian Center Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America. Universidade de São Paulo, Universität zu Kölln, Universidad de La Plata und El Colegio de México.

2018-19 Visiting Fellow, Minerva Center for Human Rights, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI).

2015 Visiting Fellow, Abteilung für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft, Brown University.


Akademische Ausbildung

2016-19 Promotion im Internationalen Menschenrechtsrecht. Interdisziplinäres Programm "Human Rights under Pressure", Freie Universität Berlin (FUB). Dissertation "Cartographies of Survival: Disputing Democracy, Reimagining Community". Betreuer: Prof. Helmut Aust (FUB) und Prof. Avner de-Shalit (HUJI). Summa cum laude.

2014-16 MA in Theorie des Staats- und Verfassungsrechts. Päpstliche Katholische Universität von Rio de Janeiro.
Abschlussarbeit "Objetificação Colonial dos Corpos Negros: Uma leitura descolonial e foucaultiana do Extermínio Negro no Brasil". Betreuer: Prof. Maurício Rocha. Genehmigt mit der Bestnote (10/10).

2008-12 BA in Jura mit Spezialisierung auf Staat und Gesellschaft. Päpstliche Katholische Universität von Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). Abschlussarbeit "O Tratamento Penal da Loucura". Betreuer: Prof. Bethânia Assy. Genehmigt mit der Bestnote (10/10).


Stipendien und Auszeichnungen

2020-21 Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF), Postdoktorandenstipendium.

2020 Preis "Presença", Unabhängiger Film "Mulheres em Movimento". Festival de Cinema Alter do Chão, Brasilien.

2016-19 Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Promotionsstipendium.

2014-16 Brasilianischer Nationalrat für wissenschaftliche und technologische Entwicklung (CNPq), Master-Stipendium.

2015 Brasilien-Initiative, Watson Institute Brown University, Gaststipendium.2014 BRICS Policy Centre, Global South Unit for Mediation Scholarship.

2013 Best Human Rights Monograph Award, Prêmio Celso Mello, PUC-Rio.

2012 Best Memorial Award on Indigenous Rights, Sekretariat für Menschenrechte der Präsidentschaft von Brasilien.

2010-12 Stiftung Carlos Chagas Filho für Forschung von Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ), Wissenschaftliches Initiativstipendium.

Zusätzliche Forschungserfahrung

2020 Mitglied, Kolloquium "Decolonization, Neocolonialism and Human Rights". Columbia University.

2017-19 Mitbegründerin und Koordinatorin, Interdisziplinäre Studien- und Diskussionsgruppe: Critical Inquiries in Law, Politics, and Philosophy. Institut für Recht und Gesellschaft, HUB.

2016 Forschungskoordinatorin, Amicus Curiae Brief on Black Women Discrimination and Police Violence, Fall Favela Nova Brasília v. Brazil, Interamerikanischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte (IAHR Court). Human Rights Center (HRC), PUC-Rio.

2015 Forschungskoordinatorin, Klinik für Menschenrechtsklagen: Fall Gefängnis Aníbal Bruno und Fall Indigenes Volk Guarani-Kaiowa. Fellowship der International Human Rights Clinic der Harvard University, Justiça Global, Conselho Indigenista Missionário, Pastoral Carcerária und HRC.

2012-14 Koordinatorin, Forschungs- und Diskussionsgruppe zu internationalen Menschenrechtssystemen, HRC, PUC-Rio.

2012 Research Fellow, Projekt über die Zwangsinternierung obdachloser Kinder im Bundesstaat Rio de Janeiro. Menschenrechtskommission des Staatsrats von Rio de Janeiro, staatliches Komitee zur Verhinderung und Bekämpfung von Folter, regionale Räte und HRC.

2011-12 Assoziierte Forscherin, Menschenrechtszentrum, PUC-Rio. Projekte zu internationalem Menschenhandel, mit Schwerpunkt auf Gender und Kindern (2011); spezielles internationales Menschenrechtsgesetz für indigene und Stammesgemeinschaften in Bezug auf Land, Arbeit, Gender und Kultur (2012).

2011 Praktikum, Zentrum für Justiz und Internationales Recht (CEJIL), Rio de Janeiro, Brasilien. Forschung und internationale Prozessführung in Fällen zu: Zwangsverschleppungen und Folter durch den Staat während der brasilianischen Diktatur (Fall Guerrilha do Araguaia); geschlechtsspezifische Gewalt (Fall Maria da Penha); polizeiliche Exekutionen in Slums (Fall Favela Nova Brasília) und Zwangsarbeit (Fall Fazenda Brasil Verde).
Researcher und Co-Writer, Amicus Curiae Brief on Gender Identity Discrimination, Fall Atala Riffo y Niñas vs. Chile, eingereicht beim IAHR Court. HRC

2021 Veranstaltung "Critical Race Theories and Third World Approaches to International Law", im Seminar "Rassismus und Völkerrecht" für Studierende im Grundstudium. Prof. Helmut Aust, FUB.

2019 Seminar "Frauen im Streik: Theorie und Praxis" (20h), für Master- und Bachelorstudenten. Universität Witten/Herdecke.

2018 Seminar "Einführung in die Performance als Theorie und Untersuchungsmethode der Gender Studies" für Masterstudierende. Prof. Mariana Simoni, Lateinamerika-Institut, FUB.

2014-15 Seminar on International Human Rights Law (12h), PUC-Rio.

2014 Coach, Inter-American Human Rights Moot Court Competition. Intersektionalität und Behindertenrechte. PUC-Rio, American University Washington College of Law.

Beyond social cohesion – Global repertoires of living together (RePLITO)

RePLITO takes marginalized repertoires of living together as its starting point to rethink social cohesion from a transregional perspective. We explore how social actors in politically and conceptually neglected regions of the Global South and within Europe’s margins imagine and practice communal life and create bonds. Our central goal is to create a dynamic digital archive that gathers and conceptualizes global repertoires of living together in their interconnections and interdependencies. Our project team has a strong commitment to interdisciplinary research and teaching. In the context of the Berlin University Alliance we foster a sustained collaboration between area studies, social sciences and the humanities in Berlin and in close collaboration with our international partners, most notably Oxford University. We develop our digital knowledge archive jointly with OFF-University and organize events in cooperation with the Center for Intersectional Justice.

Monographien

2018 Corpo, Raça, Poder: Extermínio Negro no Brasil. Uma leitura crítica, decolonial e foucaultiana. Rio de Janeiro: Multifoco, 2018. 240p. ISBN: 978-85-5996-859-0. Translation: Body, Race, Power: Black Extermination in Brazil. A Critical, Decolonial and Foucauldian reading.

Buchkapitel

2020 “Corp(o)ralidade Fanoniana: Legado Colonial & Insurgências Anti-Racistas”, in Julio Cesar de Souza Tavares (org.). Gramática das Corporeidades Afrodiaspóricas. Curitiba/Brazil: Appris Editora, 2020. Translation: Fanonian Corp(o)reality: Colonial Legacy & Anti-Racist Insurgencies.

2018 “Identitätspolitik postkolonial: Zur Debatte um Identitätspolitik in Lateinamerika”. In Friederike Beier et al. (org.). Materializing Feminism. Positionierungen zu Ökonomie, Staat und Identität. Münster: Unrast Verlag, 2018. pp. 141-158. ISBN: 978-3-89771-319-2. Translation: Postcolonial Identity Politics. Learning from Latin America.

2017 “A multidão no corpo e a multidão de corpos: Um embate dos conceitos de povo e multidão, e consenso e dissenso à luz dos escritos de Hobbes e Spinoza”. In Rafael Becker et al. (org.). Spinoza e nós. Volume: Spinoza, a guerra e a paz. Rio de Janeiro: Editora PUC-Rio, 2017. pp. 248-255. ISBN (e-book): 978-85-8006-218-2. Translation: People and Multitude, Consensus and Dissensus: A Debate on Democracy in Hobbes and Spinoza.

2016 “O poder de matar do Estado em Michel Foucault: Uma investigação sobre o racismo”. In Ana Kiffer et al. (org). Reinvenções de Foucault. Rio de Janeiro: Lamparina, 2016. pp. 59-68. ISBN: 978-85-8316-044-1. Translation: State Racism and the Power to Kill. Tracing Racism in the oeuvre of Michel Foucault.

Artikel

[Im Erscheinen] “Quilombo Poetic-Politics and Living-Archives. Fugitive Routes from the End of the World”. Mecila Working Paper Series. São Paulo: The Maria Sibylla Merian International Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America.

[Im Erscheinen] “Afro-Brazilian Feminist Routes: The Poetic-Politics of Quilombo and Ubuntu”. FEMINA POLITICA. Feminist Journal of Political Science, Volume 30, Issue 2, 2021.

[Im Erscheinen] “Learning from Peripheric Feminisms: Othering, Reproductive Labor and Strike Action”. Open Gender Journal. Special Issue, 2021, ISSN 2512-5192.

2017 “Auto de resistência, biopolítica e colonialidade: racismo como mecanismo de poder”. Revista Brasileira de Ciências Criminais vol. 138, ano 25. p. 237-267. São Paulo: Ed. RT, 2017. Translation: Auto de resistência, Biopolitics and Coloniality: Racism as Mechanism of Power.

2016 “Colonialidade do ser e corporalidade: O racismo brasileiro por uma lente descolonial”. Revista Antropolítica, n. 40, Niterói/Brazil, p. 20-53, 1. Sem, 2016. Translation: Coloniality of Being and Corporeality: Brazilian Racism through Decolonial lens.

2015 “Crise da Degenerescência e Discurso em Bachelard e Foucault”. Revista Direito e Liberdade, edição 2, Volume 17, 2015. Translation: Degenerative Crisis and Discourse in Bachelard and Foucault.

2015 “Jean-Jacques Rousseau e o existencialismo: uma análise acerca do afeto, da potencialidade humana e da angústia de acordo com Rousseau, Sartre e Nietzsche”. Aurora: Revista de Arte, Mídia e Política, São Paulo, v. 8, n. 23, p. 5-22, jun.-set, 2015 <https://revistas.pucsp.br/index.php/aurora/article/view/23923>. Translation: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Existentialism.

Interview

Dossiê on Latin American Migrant Artists Women based in Berlin, Hypermedia Magazine. Juliana Streva: “Las mujeres no somos una masa homogénea”. Interviewed by Valeska Navea Castro. December 10, 2020. Translation: Juliana Streva: “Women are not a homogenous unity”.

Kritisch-lesen. Der permanente Widerstand. Interview von Johanna Bröse mit Juliana Streva. Erschienen in: Feministische Kampfansagen, 56/ 2020. Translation: The permanent resistance. Interview with Juliana Streva by Johanna Bröse.

Human Rights Work

(Co-Author). Amicus Curiae brief of the Case Favela Nova Brasília vs. Brazil presented to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 2016.

(Co-Author). Relatório de visitas aos “abrigos especializados” para crianças e adolescentes. Rio de Janeiro: Legislative Assembly of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Commission for Human Rights and Citizenship, 2012. Fellowship with State Mechanism and Committee for Preventing and Combating Torture, Regional Psychology Council, Regional Social Service Council, and the Human Rights Centre of PUC-Rio. Translation: Report from the visits to the specialized shelters for children and adolescents in Rio de Janeiro city.

(Co-Author). Amicus Curiae brief of the Case Atala Riffo y Niñas vs. Chile presented to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, 2011.

Vorträge

“Quilombo Politics Todays: Fugitive Routes from the End of the World”, speaker and co-organizer of the Webinar on Brazilian Anti-Racist Feminisms. Gender Series, MacMillan Center Yale University/U.S., 26 March 2021.

“Trabajo doméstico y de seguridade: terceirizado, precário y racista”, debate with Encarnación Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Susana Durão, Clemente Penna, Natalia Genta. Ciclo de Diálogos MECILA/CLACSO, 24 November 2020.

“Frantz Fanon: Colonial Legacies & Anti-Racist Insurgencies”, presentation and launch of the book Gramática das Corporeidades Afrodiaspóricas. Programa Ginga da Leitura, Radio Capoeira/Brazil, 15 August 2020. “La Amazonía arde: ¿quién es responsable?”, roundtable debate. Program Cuadriga, DW/Germany, 29 August 2019.

“Latin American Feminisms”, presentation and launch of the book Materializing Feminism. SO36 Berlin/Germany, 7 February 2019.

“Materializing Feminism: Colonial Legacies of Domestic Work”, presentation and debate. The Politisches Nagel Studio, MaHalle Berlin/Germany, 1 February 2019.

“Social Reproduction and Material Feminisms”, debate and launch of the book Materializing Feminism. P8 Café Karlsruhe/Germany, 12 January 2019.

“The Colonial Legacies of Intersectionality: Colonial Rape, Female Dis/Possession and Mestiçagem in Brazil”, presentation at the 10th European Feminist Research Conference, Göttingen/Germany 2018. “Brasil votó: ¿cambio a cualquier precio?”, roundtable debate. Program Cuadriga, DW/Germany, 1 November 2018.

“Conjuntura no Brasil e relevância atual da ciência”, roundtable discussion. Gira Festival de Resistência, Kunsthaus KuLe Berlin/Germany, 6 September 2018.

“Disrupting Violence: Colonialism, Nation-State and Female Resistance from Améfrica Ladina”, presentation at the

“Aktionswoche: Our Bodies are not your Battlefield. Articulating Feminist Struggles”. Aquarium Berlin/Germany, 4 August 2018.

“Decoloniality, Feminisms and Law: A Latin American Critical Approach”, presentation at the Kent Critical Legal Conference, Kent/UK 2017.

“Por uma Teoria Crítica Decolonial do Direito”, II Seminário Internacional Pós-Colonialismo, Pensamento Descolonial e Direitos Humanos na América Latina, São Leopoldo/Brazil 2017.

“Feminismos Decoloniais: um olhar sobre a América Latina”, II Seminário Internacional Pós-Colonialismo, Pensamento Descolonial e Direitos Humanos na América Latina, São Leopoldo/Brazil 2017.

“Facing Catastrophe and Mapping Critique: Towards a Decolonial Critical Thinking”, presentation and organizer of the stream Rethinking and Decolonising Critique, Warwick Critical Legal Conference/UK 2017.

“Gender and the notion of ‘safe cities’”, commenter on the workshop “Safe and Sustainable Cities? The Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 11 in Context”. Freie Universität and North-West University, Berlin/Germany and South Africa 2017.

“O poder de matar do Estado em Michel Foucault: uma investigação sobre o racismo”, presentation at the International Conference on Michel Foucault, Rio de Janeiro/Brazil 2015.

“Teoria Descolonial de Frantz Fanon: anti-racismo, novo humanismo e luta”, presentation at the Colloquium “Conversações: Política, Teoria e Direito”, PUC-Rio, Rio de Janeiro/Brazil 2015.

“Dissenso, liberdade de expressão e democracia em Spinoza”, presentation at the XI International Colloquium Spinoza e Nós, Rio de Janeiro/Brazil 2014.