Patrick Wielowiejski studied Cultural Studies, Gender Studies and Linguistics in London, Berlin and Oslo. He is currently a PhD candidate in the department of European Ethnology at Humboldt University Berlin, researching gay-friendliness in the European far right. In both academia and activism, Patrick concerns himself with a queer movement beyond identity politics that acknowledges the interrelations between all kinds of social struggles. Recently, he helped to organize a solidarity campaign with Warsaw Pride (“Parada Równości”). Patrick has been active in different contexts, among them the Young Islam Conference in Germany and AFS Intercultural Programs. Patrick is a Humanity in Action Fellow (Germany 2016).
Updated June 2017
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Berlin Fellow Patrick Wielowiejski publishes article in "Right-Wing Populism and Gender" book
2016 Berlin Fellow Patrick Wielowiejski has recently been published by transcript with their article "Identitarian Gays and Threatening Queers, Or: How the Far Right Constructs New Chains of Equivalence" in the volume "Right-Wing Populism and Gender - European Perspectives and Beyond."