A Users' Guide to the Digital Knowledge Archive
The Digital Knowledge Archive allows you to write and publish collaboratively beyond the initial release date through commenting and annotating functions. This video guides you through all steps to contribute your reflections and pluralize our perceptions on Living Together.


Heritage Diplomacy by Prof. Dr. Nadja-Christina Schneider
Europe’s Minority Management Machine by Dr. Anya Topolski
Magazine of the Department for Gender and Media Studies of the South Asian Region, Humboldt University Berlin
Kabir's Bhakti by Prof. Dr. Nadja-Christina Schneider
Reframing participant and audience: a tactics of circulation in Indian documentary by Shweta Kishore
Von neuen Korridoren und Seidenstraßen: Ein Podcast über Kultur und Infrastruktur
Inclusive Strategies in the German Culture of Memory? Challenges and Possibilities by Dr. Victoria Bishop Kendzia
Rethinking Solidarity: De (Gendered) Empathy and (Inter) Subjectivity in Rituporno Ghosh’s Films by Debashrita Dey and Dr. Priyanka Tripathi
Introduction: Memory Politics and "Minority Management" by Dr. Hannah Tzuberi and Prof. Dr. Schirin Amir-Moazami
Punjabi Singer Kanwar Grewal’s Circulatory Practices of Oneness and Equality by Dhanya Fee Kirchhof
Nari Shakti and the Nation: 'India's New Daughters' in the Framework of Muscular Patriotism by Nadja-Christina Schneider
Living Together in Multilingual Societies
A Paradoxical Equation by Sami Khatib
Dr. Hannah Tzuberi gives insights into her research project
Nationalism by Dr. Saskia Schäfer
Solidarity as a political relation on Instagram during the Indian farmers' protest by Ananya Bordoloi
Living in Oneness? Ravidassia Music Videos as Imaginations of Solidarity beyond Caste by Dhanya Fee Kirchhof
Imaginations, Narratives and Mediated Performances of Solidarity and Community. An Experimental Exercise in Collaborative Publishing Between Delhi and Berlin. An Introdution by the Editors
Solidarity by Dr. Fritzi-Marie Titzmann
Forging solidarities via food: Notes from COVID-19 lockdown in India by Sampurna Das
Minor Citizens? Holocaust Memory and the Un/Making of Citizenship in Germany by Dr. Sultan Doughan
Circulatory Practices and Contested Spaces: Introduction, Part Two by Fritzi-Marie Titzmann
Ubuntu by Dr. Juliana M. Streva
Trolley Times: Mediating Solidarity in the Indian Farmers’ Movement by Fritzi-Marie Titzmann
Images of Resistance: A Qualitative research on memories and narratives of Diasporic Sri Lankan Tamils by Chandrika Yogarajah
A Case Study of Queer (Trans)national Solidarity by @kamusqueer by Wikken Jansen
A Conversation with Prof. Shilpa Phadke (TISS, Mumbai)
Current Repression of Tajikistan’s Pamiri Minority.
South American and African Perspectives. A Conference Report.
The Kabir Project. A conversation with Shabnam Virmani
"Minority" is first and foremost a relational term, enabled and defined by structures and relations of power.
Affective Colonization as Minority Management by Prof. Dr. A. Dirk Moses
“A Bird at my Window”: Communicative Community and Contextual Visibility by Max Kramer
A Booklet by Sina Carina Rauch
Quilombo by Dr. Juliana M. Streva
Baudrillard's simulacra and death of solidarity? The case of subalterns in Northeast India by Suanmuanlian Tonsing
'I Knew the Africans Did Not Comprehend’: Cinema Vérité, Holocaust Memory, and Minority Management on Screen by Dr. Ben Ratskoff
New Wave and Dwelling in New Spaces by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tuba Inal-Cekic
...integration in Western Europe. in: The British Journal of Sociology, May 2022
Living together in a refugee camp: a Multilingual Dictionary by Shahram Ahmadi, Mehdi Darif, Nagehan Uskan, and Hadis Yakubi
A short history of calls for climate justice, this article is an invitation to dive deeper into the horizon of alternative proposals and repertoires of living together which they open up
Knowledge Ecologies by Prof. Dr. Claudia Derichs
Building Interactive Spaces of Expression. A conversation with Sanjay Joshi
Remembering JNU and the university space as a better way of "living together" in India by Anna Schnieder-Krüger
Queer(ing) Religion: Global Christian and Islamic perspectives by Wikke Jansen
... and the Poetic-Politics of Quilombo. in: Femina Politica – Zeitschrift für feministische Politikwissenschaft 01/2021
Romantic Love in India: Of everlasting bonds, sacrifice, and not living together by Dr. Parul Bhandari
Dr. Fritzi-Marie Titzmann explains her research project
Mahalle constitutes not only a very important repertoire of living together in diverse societies, it also organized welfare and redistribution.
Building Solidarity, Building Connectivities? The Transregional Routes of the North East India Festival in Bangkok by Domenic Teipelke
“Why ‘Living Together’? Introduction, Part One by Nadja-Christina Schneider
A Conversation with Navkiran Natt and Fritzi-Marie Titzmann about the Indian Farmers’ Movement
Magazine of the Department for Gender and Media Studies of the South Asian Region, Humboldt University Berlin