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(en) [Uruguay] 2nd International Congress of Researchers on Anarchism (s) In Montevideo, from July 11 to 13, 2019 - By ANA
Sun, 8 Jul 2018 09:42:36 +0300
Anarchism, as a social theory, has rethought freedom, authority, and the individual. At
the same time he reviewed philosophy and everyday life, discussing political relations,
love, health, pedagogy, art, language, sexuality and gender. In refuting political
mediation and any form of oppression, anarchism acquires a particular dimension that
invites analysis and debate. ---- For this reason the call for a 2nd International
Congress of Researchers on Anarchism (s). It is about continuing a brief but rich
trajectory traced a decade ago when the Center for Documentation and Research of the Left
Culture (CeDInCI) began to gather in Buenos Aires researchers from various backgrounds and
disciplines. In 2016 it was fruitful in the 1st Congress of Researchers on Anarchism.
Now we propose to hold the second Congress, in July 2019, in Montevideo. We seek to bring
together researchers on anarchism (s), in order to bring into dialogue the studies of
recent times in relation to the multiple aspects that surround the theme. We propose to
encourage debates on the past and the present of anarchism, their links with other
currents of thought and their relations with the societies in which they are inserted. We
also propose to explore the cultural, social and political traditions and expressions that
develop in countries of the region identified with anarchism.
Why in Uruguay?
Desde fins do século XIX, assim como em outros territórios do Cone Sul da América, o
movimento anarquista teve uma forte e permanente presença no Uruguai: na imprensa escrita,
através de sociedades de resistência, em federações de trabalhadores, junto às
manifestações artísticas, em centros sociais, em bibliotecas, mediante experiências
educativas, em movimentos como o estudantil, o sindical, o de bairro e mais recentemente
nas lutas feministas, antidesenvolvimentistas e antiespecistas. Não obstante os vaivéns
históricos, os anarquismos mostraram uma assombrosa plasticidade e capacidade de
resistência, reinventando-se e superando novos desafios.
Considering this plurality, we propose a unique brand congress. A meeting of knowledge to
dialogue and produce new looks, with the intention of opening the limits of the university
space to other ways of researching and knowing. We thus hold this open call in all areas,
disciplines and approaches, with institutional or independent registration. You can
participate through presentations, conferences, workshops, performances, exhibitions and
other modalities. Thematic areas will be comprehensive and the congress will welcome
relevant initiatives. We are convinced that a convocation of these characteristics will
contribute to the growing diffusion of studies on anarchism.
Michel Antony (University of Besancon, France), Dora Barrancos (CONICET, Argentina),
Carmen Dangiolillo (University of the Republic of Uruguay), Joel Delhom (Université de
Bretagne Sud, France), Laura Fernández Cordero (University of Santiago de Chile), Sergio
Grez Toso (University of Chile), Clara Lida (Colegio de México), Gustavo Medina Pose
(Universidad da República, Uruguay) María Miguelañez (Autonomous University of Madrid,
Spain), Armando Minguzzi (Argentina), Pascual Muñoz (University of the Republic, Uruguay),
Agustina Prieto (National University of Rosario, Argentina), Margareth Rago (State
University of Campinas, Brazil), Horacio Tarcus (CEDINCI, UNSAM, CONICET, Argentina ),
Daniel Vidal (University of the Republic, Uruguay).
Daniel Amoedo, Lucía Campanella, Carmen Dangiolillo, Gerardo Garay, Yoseline González,
Gustavo Medina Pose, Adriana Miniño, Pascual Muñoz, Magali Pastorino, Rodolfo Porrini,
Alicia Rebollo, Tania Rodríguez, Federico Salas, Eva Taberne, Daniel Vidal, Laura
Fernández Cordero, Ivanna Margarucci, Sebastián Stavisky.
* Deadline for submission of abstracts and proposals for activities: until November 1, 2018.
* Results of the evaluation of abstracts and activities: until December 1, 2018.
* Deadline for submission of complete presentations: until March 30, 2019.
We request that unpublished works be sent. The confirmation of the presentations that will
be part of the Program of the Congress will be informed from April 30, 2019.
Presentation of abstracts and proposed activities
Abstracts of presentations. The abstract will contain the following data: author / xs;
title; institutional belonging when appropriate; e-mail. Text: between 300-400 words in
space and a half, new times roman, 12, word. Send the abstracts to:
firstname.lastname@example.org with the following subject: " Summaries 2nd Congress
Investigadorxs on Anarchism ". Each file will have the following title: Summary + last
name (for example "summarylopez.doc").
Proposals for different modalities (workshops, audiovisuals, artistic expressions in
general, among others) include: author / xs, title, institutional affiliation when
applicable, foundation, proposal description, modality, estimated time and space
requirements, in a text up to 1000 words. Send to: email@example.com
Costs. Registration and participation in any form is free.
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