Sabine Broeck

sabine broeckSabine Broeck, Professor of American Studies at the University of Bremen, and former Rector for International Relations at the University of Bremen, is one of the pioneering European scholars in decolonial African-American, Black Diaspora, and Whiteness Studies. Her work focuses on the intersections of race, class, gender and sexualities in the history of transatlantic modernity as a regime of (post)enslavement. She has been a longstanding and active member of the European American, and African-American Studies community; since 2007, she has been president of the international scholarly organization Collegium for African American Research (CAAR), as well as director of the University of Bremen Institute for Postcolonial and Transcultural Studies (INPUTS). She is at work on a manuscript contracted with SUNY Press: Gender and Anti-Blackness. For publications and more information, see

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