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Prof. Dr. Wilfried Raussert

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Teaching / Cursos

Cultural Heritage: Politics and Practices
International Symposium, 30th October:Universidad de Guadalajara
For a detailed program, pls see here
Walking EthniCity
Photo Exhibit Seattle by Wilfried Raussert, Washington (USA), Oct. 24-27 2017
For more detailed information, pls see here

Prof. Dr. Wilfried Raussert - Literature and Culture of North America


Prof. Dr. Wilfried Raussert
Fakultät für Linguistik und Literaturwissenschaft
Postfach 100 131
D-33501 Bielefeld

phone.: +49-521-106 3649
room: C4-238
pidgeon hole: C4-211

Email: Wilfried Raussert

Secretary: Alexandra Kenter


During the term 2017/2018 Prof. Raussert is on sabbatical leave.
No courses will be offered.

Chair of the BMBF-Project "Entangled Americas" /
Die Americas als Verflechtungsraum"

Group Photo

Press Release

Executive Director of the International Association of Inter-American Studies (since 2009)


General Editor of FIAR: Forum for International Research


Center for InterAmerican Studies (CIAS)


December 2017: Approval of the DFG project: Re-)Thinking 'Home': 21st-Century Caribbean Diaspora Writing and Geopolitical Imaginaries in North America

foto Miriam Brandel and Wilfried Raussert

Miriam Brandel, Bielefeld University and Prof. Wilfried Raussert
Nov 2016: Approval of the SFB Project Practices of Comparions by the DFGfoto Olaf Kaltmeier and Wilfried Raussert

Raussert's and Kaltmeier's TP "Modernity between 'Indigeneity' and 'Blackness'" explores newly emerging practices of comparison which are related to identity politics in the fields of cultural production, social sciences, and politics in the early decades of the 20th century.
Coordinators of the new CIAS Network "Hemispheric Black Americas"
(Wilfried Raussert, Giselle Anatol, Vilna Bashi Treitler, Matti Steinitz, from left to right) foto Wilfried Raussert, Giselle Anatol, Vilna Bashi Treitler, Matti Steinitz from left to right
This new network of international scholars working on Hemispheric Black Americas has been encouraged by a DFG (German Research Foundation) grant for the research project Between Spanish Harlem, Funky Colón, and Black Rio. Soul, Music Migration, and Translocal Identity Constructions in the Black Power Era (1965-1975). The new network explores the "Black Americas" through a transdiciplinary and hemispheric lens.

Between Spanish Harlem (Wilfried Raussert and Matti Steinitz.