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(en) North American Anarchist Studies Network NAASN announces its eighth annual conference, to be held from 28 to 30 April 2017 at the Library Social Rebuilding (BSR) in Mexico City

Date Tue, 30 Aug 2016 16:12:52 +0300


Network Anarchist Studies of North America (NAASN, for its acronym in English) announces its eighth annual conference, to be held from 28 to 30 April 2017 at the Library Social Rebuilding (BSR) in Mexico City, Mexico. ---- We call on independent investigadorxs, comunitarixs activists, filósofxs callejerxs, students, radicals académicxs and artists to submit proposals for this meeting. We invite to all those who participate in research, both within and outside existing institutions such as colleges and universities, also lxs that generate knowledge beyond the walls established, to share their work. From the street to urge library to anyone interested in the study or practice of anarchism.
In accordance with anarchism open and fluid spirit, we are not asking to discuss specific issues but lxs ask participants to submit papers on various topics:

from the historical, contemporary and utopian. This includes topics of interest and current importance as historical and contemporary popular struggles, social movements and peasants, decolonization, racism, anarcho-punks, police violence, torture, "war on terror" technology, like biographies, historiography , etc.

research that addresses issues of indigenous peoples, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, youth and urban cultures; and studies that go through other disciplines, such as philosophy, political theory, psychology, musicology, literary studies, anthropology, sociology, geography, ethnic studies, critical studies of indigenous issues, queer studies and transgender, gender studies, disability studies, graphic design and visual arts, among others.

Proposals for panels, individual compositions, workshops, book presentations and alternative format will be accepted gladly. For those unable to attend in person, they are invited to send your presentation videotaped with a maximum duration of 20 minutes.
We intend to include the voices of activists, activists, artists and académicxs. In turn, we urge estudiosxs of the exact sciences and other disciplines who could see anarchism as an influence or relevant to their work. We also intend participating organizations or groups that feel more comfortable in the community than in the classroom.

In particular we are concerned that marginalized voices and perspectives are included in order to break down the barriers between disciplines, like barriers between academic and non-academic, and including the anti-academic.

Please spread this call propixs and extrañxs: it is up to everyone to do these talks are of the greatest diversity and complexity possible.

For more information, examples and updates of the event, we invite you to visit our website at www.naasn.org . There you will find presentations of previous conferences, visual materials, memories and previous events. We also suggest that join our email list to keep up and get involved in our discussion group. Submitting proposals for the conference (not to exceed 300 words) and any doubt must go to 8vaconferencianaasn@gmail.com . Please include in its proposal a small sketch (150 words). The deadline to submit proposals is December 7, 2016.

http://www.naasn.org/node/73
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