Events | Barrett Memorial Lecture mit Alice Hasters

Shattuck Hall, Mount Holyoke College | 16. Februar 2023 | 23:00 (MEZ)

2023 Thomas Mann Fellow Alice Hasters hält den Barrett Memorial Lecture am Shattuck Hall des Mount Holyoke College.

*Diese Veranstaltung findet in englischer Sprache statt*

Under the self-designation as Black, Alice Hasters writes and publishes in particular about Afro-German identity, racism, feminism and intersectionality, and in 2019 she published her autobiographical debut book What white people don’t want to hear about racism, but should know. Hasters was named cultural journalist of the year 2020 by Medium Magazine.


Alice Hasters is a journalist, author, and podcaster. She studied at the German School of Journalism in Munich and after graduating worked for the »Tagesschau« and Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, among others. Since 2016, Hasters has been producing the podcast »Feuer & Brot« (tr: Fire & Bread) about politics and pop culture together with Maximiliane Häcke. In her publications, she deals with the topics of Afro-German identity, racism, and intersectionality. Hasters was named culture journalist of the year in 2020 by medium magazine. She is the author of Was weiße Menschen nicht über Rassismus hören wollen, published by Hanser Verlag, and is currently a 2023 Fellow at the Thomas Mann House Los Angeles.


Shattuck Hall, Cassani Room (102)

Mount Holyoke College

South Hadley, MA 01075

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