1st International Conference of Anarchist Geographies and Geographers (ICAGG) – Geography, social change and antiauthoritarian practices Reggio Emilia (Italy) – Centro Studi Cucine del Popolo, via Beethoven 78/e, 21-23 September 2017 - FINAL PROGRAMME
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Day 1 – Thursday 21/09

Session 1 – 9.30/11.10

Anarchist theories 1 – CHAIR : Federico Ferretti

Anthony Ince, Univ. of Cardiff, Anti-fascism and spaces of liberation : towards an anarchist agenda for anti-fascist geographies.

Fabian Laute, Universität zu Köln, One possible perspective on
the methodological basement of the anthropogeographical discipline.

Mariza Ferreira da Silva, Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), From anarchist philosophies to decolonial theories – a history that transcends Marxist radical critical geographies and post-structuralist.

Sarah Gelbard, McGill, “Fuck gentrification” is the new “fuck the man” : the desirability of undesirable punk space.

Session 2 – 11.30/13.10

Anarchist theories 2 – CHAIR : Simon Springer

Patrick W. Huff, Birckbeck, Anarchism, Territory and the Radical Geography of Democratic Confederalism.

Geronimo Barrera and Alejandro de la Torre, Univ. of Austin Texas, Deterritorializing anarchism : an approach to the libertarian geography.

Richard White, Sheffield Hallam, 21st Century Anarchist Geographies and the Purity of Rebellion.

Frédérique Blot, Univ. of Albi, For a relational approach of sciences-societies-environment interactions.

Session 3 – 14.30/16.10

Historical Geographies of Anarchism – CHAIR : Teresa Vicente

Jose Luis Oyon, Univ. of Barcelona, La ciudad en el joven Reclus, 1830-1871 : hacia la fusión naturaleza-ciudad.

Federico Ferretti, UCD, Evolution and Revolution : science, agency and more-than human intersectionality in the works of early anarchist geographers.

Ruth Kinna, Univ. of Loughborough, ‘The Coming Anarchy’ and the anarchy that materialised : Peter Kropotkin’s geography of anti-statecraft.

Fabrizio Eva, University Cà Foscari - Venice, Treviso campus, Looking for a debate : which ones are the characters of an anarchist approach in Geopolitics ?

Session 4 – 16.30/18.10

Anarchists and the city – CHAIR : Richard White

Tewfik Hammoudi, ENSA Nantes, The Geddes civics in digital post capitalistic society.

Javier Ruiz-Tagle ; Labbé Gricel ; Martín Alvarez ; Martín Montes ; Matías Aninat, PUC – Chile, Urban marginality and institutional effects : An alternative perspective to the ‘neighbourhood effects’ thesis from the study of three neighbourhoods in Santiago de Chile.

Ophélie Véron, Univ. Catholique de Louvain, Exploring the Anarchist City : Autonomy, Mutual Aid and Self-Management in la Baraque.

Stefano Portelli, Univ. of Rome “La Sapienza”, The horizontal city : an implicit counter-power in the periphery of Barcelona

Federico Venturini, Independent researcher/Activist, Militant Direct Action and Trabalho de Base as Innovative Practices of Resistance, the case of Rio de Janeiro.

Day 2 – Friday 22/09

Session 1 – 9.30/11.10

Grassroots Movements – Housing – CHAIR : Simon Springer

Olivier T. Kramsch & Gordon Dustin, Radboud Universitet From Café Terecht to the Just People collective : reflections on/from the borders of geography, social change and antiauthoritarian practices in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Francisca Cancino Contreras, Universidad de Chile, A Rupture within Chilean Neoliberalism : The Movimiento de Pobladores en Lucha and the reconquest of the popular territories.

Pierpaolo Mudu & Andrea Aureli, Univ. of Washington & St. Johns, No place like “home” : emptying space and surplus humanity in Italy context.

Rowan Tallis Milligan, Vienna – Independent researcher, Better to squat than let homes rot : the politics of occupation in the neoliberal city

Session 2 – 11.30/13.10

Topics : Grassroots Movements – Housing CHAIR : José Luis Oyon

Ines Morales Bernardos, Univ. of Cordoba, The socio-spatiality of radical struggles for food autonomy in the city of Athens

Giovanni Lupieri, Federico Venturini, Univ. of Bologna, Networks, libertarian practices and social centre in the experience of Udine’s Student Movement.

Leslie Parraguez Sanchez, PUC, The Chilean Student Movement and the Crisis of Equity in Large Cities : A Socio-Spatial Approach to the Formation of Resistance in a Post-Dictatorial Country.

Mark Purcell & Branden Born, Univ. of Washington, Planning, Deleuze & Guattari, and Alternative Food Movements in Oaxaca.

Erin Araujo, Memorial Univ. of New Foundland, Thinking, Practicing Anarchist Economics in the Americas.

Ferdinand Stenglein, University of Muenster, Connact-in-Difference : Lessons from the Commune

Session 3 – 14.30/16.10

Borders – Migrant identities and cosmopolitanism – CHAIR : Anthony Ince

James Ellison Loughborough Freedom of movement struggles and the abolition of borders : borderwork, anarchist politics, and decolonising solidarity.

Valeria Raimondi, GSSI – L’Aquila, Countering the European border regime : refugees’ strategies of resistance. The case of self-organized reception in Athens, Greece.

Charalampos Tsavdaroglou, Univ. of Thessaloniki, “You cannot evict a movement” : No Border Actions and Emerging Common Spaces in Athens, Idomeni and Thessaloniki.

Marcella Schmidt di Friedberg, Stefano Malatesta, Enrico Squarcina, Univ. Milano Bicocca, Ocean citizenship in B. Traven and Aldous Huxley.

Raymond Craib, Cornell University, Exile, escape, and libertarian enclosures.

Session 4 – 16.30/18.10

Topics : Ecology, Mesology, Environment CHAIR : Richard White

Jaroslav Biolek, Univ. of Brno, Psychogeography, ANT methodology and Guerrilla Permaculture Gardening : Inspiration for ‘Political Deep Green Epistemology’ ?

Philippe Pelletier, Univ. Lyon 2, Anarchism and geography : ecology or mesology ?

Etienne Delay & Simon Maraud, Univ. of Limoges, Questioning capitalistic power structures : a way to reconnect stakeholders with the land ?

Remi Benos, Univ. of Albi, For a political approach of the attachment of places. Anarchism, ecologism, regionalism.

Julien Dupoux, Univ. of Clermont-Ferrand, Peasants in libertarian Millevaches culture

Day 3 – Saturday 23/09

Session 1 – 9.30/11.10

Counter-mappings CHAIR : Fabrizio Eva

Nicolas Maestripieri, Univ. Tolouse 2, Future as a space of liberation ?

Julia Udall, Sheffield Hallam, Co-designing a trans-European pedagogical mapping tool for solidarity economies

Richard Bower, Univ. Central Lancashire, Arcadian Counter-Cartographies of lost UK Plotlanders.

Luis Fernando Pérez Macias, GeoComunes, GeoComunes : Collaborative cartography for the defence of common goods.

Session 2 – 11.30/13.10

Counter-mappings CHAIR : Teresa Vicente

Diego Cervantes Ruiz, UFF – Rio, Anti-metrology : notes for a revolutionary program of time (and space).

Susana Isabel Velázquez Quesada, UNAM, The Merida Initiative : the territorial deployment of state’s forces and the development of capital circulation circuits in neoliberal Mexico.

Nadia Lausselet & Ismaël Zosso-Francolini, Federal Institute Lausanne Pendio e democrazia : percorsi in montagna di formazione pratica alla democrazia radicale.

Dario Antonelli & Giacomo Sini, Activists, The space of anarchist action.

Session 3 – 14.30/16.10

Autonomy and cultural identities – CHAIR : Anthony Ince

Dalel Benbabaali, Univ. of Oxford, Indigenous movements in tribal India : Fighting for Adivasi autonomy.

Engin Sustam, Univ. of Geneva, Rojava experience and Social Ecology
between violence, insurrection and emancipation in Kurdish area.

Gianmaria Valent, Univ. of Padova, Solving housing needs through direct action : the autonomous settlements of Sinti citizens in Reggio Emilia (Italy).

Christine Donovan, Independent researcher / activist, The Dale Farm Traveller Site as an Anarchist Community.

Session 4 – 16.30/18.10

Feminisms CHAIR : Teresa Vicente

Desirée Enlund, Univ. of Umea, Place, gender and the defense of health care services.

Tina Bopp & Stefanie Meier, Univ. of Basel, Socio-spatial aspects of an eviction and the resulting neighborhood struggle. An anarchist perspective on gentrification and old age

Simon Springer, Univ. of Victoria, Anarcha-Feminist Geographies :
Intersectionality, Emotion, and the Death of Patriarchy.

Caroline Kaltefleiter, State University of New York at Cortland, Embrace the Gap : Liminality, Riot Grrrls, Anarcha-Feminism and (Trans)locution.

Conclusion : discussion on the next steps of the ICAGG

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