Dr Ines Kappert
Head of Gunda Werner Institute

Dr Ines Kappert has headed the Gunda Werner Institute for Feminism since 2015.

I am interested in the stories that hold a society together or divide it. In particular, I analyse which stories are used to legitimize injustice.

My focus is on "Feminism for the post-migrant society" and "Feminist foreign policy".

I studied in Berlin and Paris and have a doctorate in general and comparative literature. In 2008, I published "Der Mann in der Krise. Or Conservative Critique of Capitalism in Mainstream Culture".

I then worked as a research assistant for the German Federal Cultural Foundation and co-edited "Sprung in die Stadt", among other things. Then I moved on to taz, where I was head of the opinion desk from 2008 to 2015 and published around 400 articles.




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