Our interdisciplinary research network aims to involve multiple different publics in our scientific activities. Therefore, we have developed various working formats of internal and external knowledge transfer. In the internal cooperation, the theories and methods workshop brings together research approaches of the humanities and the social sciences. Thematic groups on cross-project aspects of our research have been core elements of our lived interdisciplinarity since the first funding term. Now, in the third term, this approach will be extended by annually changing coordinations by our thematic areas. In order to promote dialogues with non-university actors and cooperation with researchers from other institutions, we have developed further formats of knowledge transfer. These include a podcast, a science blog, and a new online glossary, as well as knowledge transfer in the public relations project and the affect and colonialism web lab.