Workshop — Public and open to all | Free entrance
Date: Dec. 19 2019 | 14:00–18:00
Location: DOC! Artistic Association
26 rue du docteur Potain, 75019 Paris
The movements, at the same time that they address and challenge the conditions of life, of work, of becoming, have the capacity to free us from the imposed structures, and from the assignments and the sharing of places and roles in society. For one moment, their order may be shaken, and other forms of being together and greater freedom discovered and experienced where new relationships can be invented, and new ways of thinking them. They are privileged moments of social and political experimentation beyond the premises which saw them being born, and which will permeate the experience that we have, where from this point of view, no return to normal will never be complete.
In recent years, major feminist movements have emerged, bringing in impulses of international dimension and where, like the people’ spring whose current international movements seem to be a new wave, are surging and overcoming the oppressions experienced.
At the crossings of different internationalities, this workshop will give rise to free interviews with the presentation of situations of militancy, creation, and research contextualized in the time of the movements and that longer of the resistances inherited from previous generations.
We will explore the conceptual and methodological relevance of transnational feminisms, the forms of organization and experimentation to which they give rise, and the way in which they have changed political conceptions and practices.
Beyond solidarities, in particular they have made it possible to analyze the related notions of territoriality, property, belonging and social reproduction from points of view at the crossings of the multiplicity of power relationships and oppressions, and shared identifications.
The categories of analyzes based on geographic, national, religious entities, the history of migrations, exiles, class struggles, gender and sexuality issues, as well as the forms and challenges of movements and lives that cross them will be questioned.
With a perspective oriented by the situation of the meeting, this workshop is open to all.
Organization, interventions and participations:
— Gulistan Sido (Université du Rojava)
— Béatrice Rettig (LLCP-Paris 8)
— Samah Saleh (Université An Najah)
— Naji El Khatib (Institut des Humanités Medfil)
— Kassia Aleksic (CESSMA-Paris 7)
— Isis Castañeda Capriroli (LLCP-Paris 8/Assemblée Solidarité Chili-Paris)
— Carla A. Trenfo (Paris 8/Assemblée Solidarité Chili-Paris)
— Fatma Çıngı Kocadost (EHESS-CMH)
— Ghiwa Sayegh (Kohl Journal)
— Camille Fauroux (EHESS)
— Omar Lamiir, Délégation du Sahara occidental
— Degya Mohamed Salem, Délégation du Sahara occidental
— Ajjed Fanina, Délégation du Sahara occidental
— Nicole Gasnier (AARASD)
— Julie Alfonsi (LSCP-Paris 7)
— Renata Pires Sola (ESBAN)