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(en) Brazil, International Anarchist Work-shop: the History of the Workers Revolutionary Movement

From Worker <a-infos-en@ainfos.ca>(from anarquismo.org)
Date Sun, 25 Jul 2004 19:40:05 +0200 (CEST)

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The Imaginário Edition House, The Anarchist Collective Terra Livre-SP
and The Rio de Janeiro Anarchist Federation - FARJ Organise an
MOVEMENT To be held in September 2004 in Sao Paulo-SP from the 9th
till the 11th and in Rio de Janeiro, from the 13th till the 15th.
This event is aimed to bring together historians and militants from
the workers movement from Brazil and from other parts of the world so
that they make conferences about the subject and discuss it.
It’s critical for the initiative to be a success, to have to
support of all those who strive for the building of a society
founded upon the anarchist principles of federalism and
self-management. Given the fact that we cannot count on any
financial support to realize this event we have to invent ways
to obtain funds destined to the organisation of this event. This
is the reason why we decided to make this workshop open to
anybody who inscribes hirself paying the sum of R$ 50,00(fifty
reais), and each participant will have one copy of the book
History of the Revolutionary Workers Movement (368 pages.) to be
presented during the Workshop. The first hundred inscribed will
receive apart from the book, a CD with revolutionary songs.
During the event the participants will be able to buy any book
or reviews from the Imaginário edition house with a 30%
There is a limit to the registrations available, in principle,
270 registrations overall, with 120 for São Paulo and 150 for
Rio de Janeiro.
Further information/registration:
click the site http://terralivre.org
Write to terralivre@terralivre.org
or to
Caixa Postal 1731 cep
01009-972 SP/SP
and inscribe yourself in our direct mail.

The event will have the following participants:

Eduardo Colombo
Medical doctor, Social Psychology professor, Buenos Aires
University.La Protesta (Buenos Aires) ex-editor. Editor of the
anarchist review Réfractions (Paris).
Member of CNT-France and ex-member of FORA. Author of:
Anarchism, social obligation and obedience duty (Imaginário).
The State as power paradigm (Imaginário).

Daniel Colson
Sociology professor, Saint-Étienne University. Research member
from CRESAL (CNRS). Member of collective from the anarchist
bookshop La Gryffe(Lyon).
Author of: Anarcho-syndicalism and Communism - Saint-Étienne

Larry Portis
American civilization professor, in Paul Valéry Montpellier
University. Author of the works: IWW and revolutionary
syndicalism in the United States, The social Classes in France

Frank Mintz
Historian specialized in the Spanish Revolution. Author of:
Selfmanagement and anarchi-syndicalism: Analysis and criticism
about Spain,1931-1990, Selfmanagement and Revolution
(co-author, Imaginário).

Alexandre Samis
History Ph.D. student, Federal Fluminense University. Member of
the Institute of Anarchist Studies, from the Anarchist Center
Ideal Peres and of the Rio de Janeiro Anarchist
federation.Author of: Clevelândia-anarchism, syndicalism and
political repression in Brazil(Imaginário-Achiamé).

Margareth Rago
History professor, Unicamp. Author of: Among history and liberty
Luce Fabri and the contemporary anarchism (Unesp Editions).

Carlos Addor
History professor, Federal Fluminense University. Author of:
The Anarchist Insurrection in Rio de Janeiro (Achiamé).

Daniel Aarão Reis Filho
Contemporary History professor, Federal Fluminense University.
Author of: The lost revolution, a history of the soviet

Carlo Romani
History professor, Guarulhos Faculty, research member from
C.A.V.E. activist. Author of:Oreste Ristori, an anarchist

Eduardo Valladares
Historian and philosopher. Author of:Anarchism and
Anticlericalism (Imaginário).

José Carlos Morel
Physician and Philosopher . Member of the Social Culture Centre.

Table of Contents of the book History of the Revolutionary
Workers Movement (to be distributed to every registered person):

Eduardo Colombo
A hidden history.

Marianne Enckell
I.W.A.: the learning of syndicalism and of politics.

Francisco Madrid
Anarchism and organisation in Spain. “Solidaridad Obrera” and
the origins of C.N.T.

Larry Portis
I.W.W. and internationalism.

Attached document: I.W.W. general executive committee. The
international position of the Industrial Workers of the World

Eduardo Colombo
F.O.R.A.: Revolutionary “finalism”.

Alexandre Samis
Syndicalism and anarchism in Brazil: black banner upon olive
green land.

Maurizio Antonioli
The U.S.I. The Italian revolutionary syndicalism.

Claudio Venza
Italian anarcho-syndicalism during the Red Years Biennio Rosso

Philippe Pelletier
A forgotten from consensus: Anarcho-syndicalism in Japan 1911 to

Rudolf De Jong
The IWA from Berlin. From 1922 to the Spanish Revolution.

Attached document: Rudolf De Jong
Some data on the Berlin IWA

Daniel Colson
The crisis of the revolutionary syndicalism in France and the
arising of the communism phenomenon.

Frank Mintz
Reflections on the formation of the concept of libertarian
communism in Spain in the 30ies.

Eduardo Colombo
Post-scriptum concerning revolutionary Spain

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