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(en) Brazil: International Libertarian Meeting - "The History of the Revolutionary Workers' Movement" (pt)

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Date Wed, 2 Jun 2004 19:59:51 +0200 (CEST)


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International libertarian Meeting
"THE HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WORKERS' MOVEMENT"
* Eduardo Colombo
* Daniel Colson
* Larry Portis
* Frank Mintz
* Alexandre Samis
* Margareth Rago
* Daniel A. Reis Filho
* Carlos Addor
* Eduardo Valladares
* Carlo Romani
* José Carlos Morel

São Paulo, 9th-11th September 2004
Rio de Janeiro, 13th-15th September 2004

Supported by:
Ação Educativa - São Paulo
Observatório de Políticas Sociais - Imes
G.E.A. - N.E.C. / Universidade Federal Fluminense

Programme:
* A historical sketch of the revolutionary movement, Eduardo Colombo
* The I.W.W. - revolutionary syndicalism in the USA, Larry Portis
* Crisis and the end of revolutionary syndicalism in the early '20s in
the French workers' movement, Daniel Colson
* Social anarchism within the Soviet and Spanish revolutionary
processes, Frank Mintz
* Anarcha-feminist inventions: the "Mujeres Libres" in Spain, Margareth
Rago
* The FORA in Argentina - revolutionary "finalismo", Eduardo Colombo
* Revolutionary syndicalism in Latin America, Larry Portis
* At the origin of the revolutionary workers' movements: Proudhon and
anarchism, Daniel Colson
* The Anarchist Insurrection in Rio de Janeiro, Carlos Addor
* Syndicalism and Anarchism in Brazil, Alexandre Samis
* Immigration, deportation and repression in Brazil, Carlo Romani
* The COB, Workers' Congresses and Education, Eduardo Valladares
* From the General Strike of 1917 to the "Battle of Sé", José Carlos
Morel
* Perspectives and strategies today, all participants

Participants:

Eduardo Colombo
Doctor, professor of Social Psychology at Buenos Aires University.
Former editor of "La Protesta" (Buenos Aires). Editor of the anarchist
magazine "Réfractions" (Paris). Member of the CNT-France and former
member of the FORA. Author of "Anarquismo, obrigação social e dever de
obediência" (Imaginário) and "O Estado como paradigma de poder"
(Imaginário).

Daniel Colson
Professor of Sociology at Saint-Étienne University. Researcher at the
CRESAL (CNRS). Founder member of the collective which runs the "La
Gryffe" Libertarian Bookshop in Lyons. Author of "Anarchosyndicalisme
et Communisme. Saint-Étienne 1920-1925".

Larry Portis
Professor of American Civilization at the Paul Valéry University in
Montpellier. Author of "Georges Sorel. Présentation et textes choisis",
"IWW et syndicalisme révolutionnaire aux États-Unis", "Les Classes
sociales en France".

Frank Mintz
Historians who specializes in the Spanish Revolution. Author of
"Autogestion et anarcho-syndicalisme: Analyse et critiques sur
l’Espagne, 1931-1990" and co-author of "Autogestão e Revolução"
(Imaginário).

Alexandre Samis
History undergraduate at the Fluminense Federal University. Member of
the Instituto de Estudos Libertários, the Centro de Estudos Libertários
Ideal Peres and the Federação Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro. Author of
"Clevelândia - anarquismo, sindicalismo e repressão política no Brasil"
(Imaginário - Achiamé).

Margareth Rago
Professor of History at Unicamp. Author of "Entre a história e a
liberdade. Luce Fabbri e o anarquismo contemporâneo" (Ed. da Unesp),
"Os Prazeres da noite: prostituçâo e códigos da sexualiade feminina em
São Paulo 1890-1930" (Paz e Terra).

Carlos Addor
Professor of History at the Fluminense Federal University. Author of "A
Insurreição Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro" (Achiamé).

Daniel Aarão Reis Filho
Professor of Contemporary History at the Fluminense Federal University.
Author of "Revolução perdida, uma história da revolução soviética".

Carlo Romani
Professor of History, Faculdade de Guarulhos, researcher at the CEBRAP,
activist in the C.A.V.E. Author of "Oreste Ristori, uma aventura
anarquista" (Annablume).

Eduardo Valladares
Historian and philosopher. Author of "Anarquismo e Anticlericalismo"
(Imaginário).

José Carlos Morel
Physicist and philosopher. Member of the Centro de Cultura Social.



Booklaunch:

"História do Movimento Operário Revolucionário"
(16x23, approx. 360 pages
Price R$ 50

Eduardo Colombo - "Uma história escamoteada"
Marianne Enckell - "A A.I.T.: a aprendizagem do sindicalismo e da
política"
Francisco Madrid - "Anarquismo e organização na Espanha. 'Solidaridad
Obrera' e as origens da C.N.T."
Larry Portis - "Os I.W.W. e o internacionalismo". Includes: "Comitê
executivo geral dos I.W.W. A posição internacional dos Industrial
Workers of the World (I.W.W.)"
Eduardo Colombo - "A F.O.R.A.. O 'finalismo' revolucionário"
Alexandre Samis - "Sindicalismo e anarquismo no Brasil: pavilhão negro
sobre pátria oliva"
Maurizio Antonioli - "A U.S.I.. O sindicalismo revolucionário italiano"
Claudio Venza - "O anarco-sindicalismo italiano durante o 'Biennio
Rosso' (1919-1920)"
Philippe Pelletier - "Um esquecido do consenso: o anarco-sindicalismo
no Japão de 1911 a 1934"
Rudolf De Jong - "A A.I.T. de Berlim. De 1922 à Revolução espanhola".
Includes: "Rudolf De Jong - Alguns dados sobre a A.I.T. de Berlim"
Daniel Colson - "A crise do sindicalismo revolucionário na França e a
emergência do fenômeno comunista"
Frank Mintz - "Reflexões sobre a formação do conceito de 'comunismo
libertário' nos anos 30 na Espanha"
Eduardo Colombo - "Post-scriptum concernindo a Espanha revolucionária"


The publishing company Imaginário, the Coletivo Anarquista Terra
Livre-SP and the Federação Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro-FARJ are
organizing an International Libertarian Meeting entitled "The History
of the Revolutionary Workers' Movement", to be held in September 2004
in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

It is essential for the success of this initiative that we obtain the
support of all those who believe in the need to build a society based
on the libertarian principles of federalism and economic
self-management.

Keeping in mind that this event is entirely self-financed, we need to
"invent" funds in order to carry it through.

We have therefore decided to make the Meeting open to all interested
parties and to apply a registration fee of R$ 50.00 (fifty Brazilian
Reals). All participants will receive a copy of the book "História do
Movimento Operário Revolucionário" which is to be launched during the
Meeting. The first 100 to register will also receive a CD of
revolutionary songs. During the event, participants will also be able
to buy Imaginário books and magazines at a 30% discount. We should
point out that there will be a total of 270 places available for the
event (120 in São Paulo and 150 in Rio). Details of the full programme
and venues will be announced in July.

Registration form:

I wish to register for the Meeting in Rio de Janeiro. I have paid the
registration fee to the name of Renato Ramos, Banco do Brasil Ag.
2810-X, Account No.1445-1.

or

I wish to register for the Meeting in São Paulo. I have paid the
registration fee to the name of Pietro Ferrari de Castro Monteiro,
Banco do Brasil Ag. 3386-3 Account No.11024-8.

Please send a copy of the document evidencing payment together with the
registration form to the FARJ (Rio Meeting) or the Coletivo Anarquista
Terra Livre (São Paulo Meeting), to the following addresses.

Coletivo Anarquista Terra Livre
Caixa Postal 1731
Cep 01009-972 São Paulo - SP
www.terralivre.org
terralivre@terralivre.org

Federação Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro - FARJ
Caixa Postal 14576
22412-970 Rio ! de Janeiro - RJ
farj@riseup.net

Editora Imaginário
Rua Ciro Costa, 94 conj. 01 - Perdizes
05007-060 São Paulo - SP
Fone/fax: (11) 3864-3242
ed.imaginario@uol.com.br


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