Prof. Dr. Moritz Ege
Moritz Ege is professor of Cultural Anthropology/European Ethnology at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. His research areas include popular culture and historical anthropology, urban ethnography, economic anthropology, and the history of cultural research and theory. He has written on the complexities of every-day symbolic border-drawing and -crossing in societies shaped by migration, racism, and social inequality, particularly in the context of youth subcultures („Ein Proll mit Klasse“. Mode, Popkultur und soziale Ungleichheiten unter jungen Männern in Berlin, Frankfurt am Main/New York 2013), and on exoticism, solidarity, and sexuality (Schwarz werden. „Afroamerikanophilie“ in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren, Bielefeld 2007). He was a member of the research network „Black Diaspora and Germany“ and is currently involved in the research group „Urban Ethics. Conflicts about ‚good’ conduct of life in 20th and 21st Century Cities“.
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