• 07 Οκτώβριος 2016 - 09 Οκτώβριος 2016
  • Vienna
  • Εγγραφή
  • Venue:
    Semperdepot, Academy of fine arts Vienna
    Lehargasse 6-8
    1060 Wien

    marxfemblog.wordpress.com

  • 2ο Διεθνές μαρξιστικό-φεμινιστικό συνέδριο
  • Να χτίσουμε γέφυρες, να μετατοπίσουμε και να ενισχύσουμε τα οράματα, να διερευνήσουμε εναλλακτικές προτάσεις

  • Τον Μάρτιο του 2015 πάνω από 500 γυναίκες και άνδρες συμμετείχαν στο πρώτο μαρξιστικό-φεμινιστικό συνέδριο. Μερικά από τα θέματά του ήταν: «Να  επανεξετάσουμε και να ξανασκεφτούμε τη μαρξιστική-φεμινιστική θεωρία», «Η διατομεακότητα από μια μαρξιστική-φεμινιστική προοπτική», «Ο ηγεμονικός φεμινισμός ως υπηρέτης του νεοφιλελευθερισμού», «Η θέση των γυναικών στην οικονομία της φροντίδας», «Παγκοσμιοποίηση, εκπαίδευση και φεμινιστική θεωρία στον παγκόσμιο Νότο», «Σχέσεις ανθρώπου-φύσης». Μεταξύ των ομιλητών ήταν οι: Φρίγκα Χάουγκ, Γκαγιάτρι Τσ. Σπίβακ, Σάσκια Σάσεν, Νίρα Γιούβαλ-Ντέϊβις, Σύνθια Κόκμπερν, Έρικα Μπούρμαν, Σαχρζάντ Μοζάμπ, Τάκερ Παμέλα Φάρλεϊ και πολλές άλλες. Δείτε την έκθεση για το συνέδριο της Ρουθ Μέϊ και το άρθρο της Μπέρμπελ Ντάνεμπεργκ.

    Το δεύτερο συνέδριο που θα γίνει στη Βιέννη, στις 7-9 Οκτωβρίου 2016, θα επανεξετάσει ορισμένα από αυτά τα ζητήματα αλλά θα συζητήσει και νέα. Θα οργανωθεί πάλι από το φεμινιστικό τμήμα του InkriT (Ινστιτούτο Κριτικής Θεωρίας του Βερολίνου), το transform! europe, το Ίδρυμα Ρόζα Λούξεμπουργκ και άλλους φορείς.

    Γλώσσες εργασίας: Γερμανικά και αγγλικά

    Περισσότερες πληροφορίες: https://marxfemblog.wordpress.com/

    Για την εισαγωγή και τις περιλήψεις των εισηγήσεις πατήστε εδώ.

    Η είσοδος είναι ελεύθερη για όλα τα φύλα, για να εγγραφείτε παρακαλούμε χρησιμοποιείστε την φόρμα που υπάρχει δεξιά!

    Συνεργαζόμενοι αυστριακοί φορείς: 
    Akademie der Bildenden Künste/ Academy of Fine Arts
    Femme Fiscale
    Frauenhetz
    Grüne Bildungswerkstatt
    Grüne Frauen
    Institut für Politikwissenschaft
    Institut für Soziologie
    Institut für Internationale Entwicklung
    KPÖ-Frauen
    One Billion Rising Austria
    Österreichischer Frauenring
    Plattform 20000frauen
    Referat Genderforschung der Universität Wien
    Karl-Renner-Institut
    transform.at
    Wiener SPÖ-Frauen


Πρόγραμμα

 

Time

Friday – Room 1: Mehrzwecksaal (MZS) Simultaneous translation English - German - English 

Friday – Room 2: Ausstellungsraum

 

08:30 – 09:30

Registration

09:30 – 10:30

Introduction: Heidemarie Ambrosch, transform!europe; Eva Blimlinger, Director of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna; Nora Räthzel, Berlin Institute of Critical Theory (InkriT)

10:30 – 11:00

Room 1

Frigga Haug: Introduction into the Stream: Marxist-Feminist Theory (DE*)

11:00 – 12:30

Marxist-Feminist Theory

Ligaya McGovern: Mainstreaming the Marxist Feminist Frame

Jennifer Cotter: The Labor Theory of Gender

Frieda Afary/Farzaneh Raji: Comparing and Contrasting Marxist-Feminist Theories

Chair: Friederike Habermann 

Marxist-Feminist Perspectives on Motherhood

Marie Reusch: Motherhood + Emancipation = Mission Impossible?

Pınar Sarıgöl: Motherhood in the Neoliberal Family Corporation

Chair: Birge Krondorfer 

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 15:00

European Governance

Elisabeth Klatzer: Marxist-Feminist Perspectives on Economic Governance in the EU

Marina Gržinić: Marxist-Feminist Perspectives from Former Yugoslavia to Neoliberal Fascist Europe

Birge Krondorfer: The Question of Education and the Lack of Critique in the European Education System (DE)

Chair: Ruth May 

Marxist-Feminist Analyses of Racism

Carmen Teeple Hopkins: Secularism and Sexist Islamophobia in Quebec and France

Jelena Petrović: What does (Il)legality Stand for Today?

Stefanie Mayer/Edma Ajanovic/Birgit Sauer: Gender as Symbolic Glue for Right-Wing Actors

Chair: Tucker P. Farley 

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee Break

15:30 – 17:00

Marxist-Feminist Political Economy

Gabriele Michalitsch: A Feminist Critique of Political Economy

Elmar Flatschart: Value-Form Theory and Feminism

Friederike Habermann: Queering the World Altogether (DE)

Chair: Käthe Knittler (tbc) 

Marxist-Feminist Theory

Jules Gleeson: The Byzantine Eunuch as a Pre-Modern Gender Category: a Test for Materialist Feminism

Tine Haubner: Marxist-Feminist Theory of Exploitation

Catia Gregoratti: Antonio Gramsci’s Feminist Questions

Chair: Antje Géra 

17:00 – 17:30

Coffee Break

17:30 – 19:00

Critical Theory and Marxist-Feminism

Flora Eder, Fe.ory Collective:The Eclipse of Gender and Reason: Adorno and Horkheimer, Subject, and the Relation of Sex and Gender

Karin Stögner: “Race – Class – Gender” – an Inclusive Concept? Or: What has That got to Do with Israel?

Barbara Umrath: Marxist-Feminist Theorizing as a Project of Continuous Critical Engagement with the Frankfurt School

Internal chairing

Marxist-Feminist Perspectives on Nature and Labour

https://www.transform-network.net/ 

 

Ariel Salleh: Marxism and Ecofeminism

Nora Räthzel: Discussant and Chair

 

 

19:00 – 19:30

Break

 

19:30 – 21:00

Location to be announced

Film Screening: Not Yet Over (Nichts ist erledigt)

 

Dir.: Kornelia Kugler and Hanna Bergfors/ Systrar Productions

20:00 – 00:00: Reception and Party to Meet Vienna’s Social Democratic Women at: ega:frauen im zentrum

Windmühlgasse 26

A-1060 Wien

http://ega.or.at/

 

 

 Time

Saturday – Room 1: Mehrzwecksaal (MZS)

Simultaneous translation English - German - English

Saturday – Room 2: Ausstellungsraum

 

09:00 – 09:30

Room 1

Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak: Introduction into the Stream: Feminist Organising beyond Europe

09:30 – 11:00

Feminist Organising beyond Europe: the Global South

Ana González: Argentinian Feminist Movements

Patrícia Trópia Vieira: Women in Brazil’s Trade Union Movement

Khayaat Fakier/Jacklyn Cock: Reflections on Marxist–Feminist Organising in South Africa

Chair: Antje Géra 

Marxist-Feminist Theory

Raphaële Chappe: Rosa Luxemburg: The Accumulation of Capital 100 Years Later

Ankica Čakardić: Luxemburgian Critique of Political Economy: From the Theory of Accumulation to Social Reproduction Theory

Trouble Everyday Collective (Ann Wiesental/Charlie Kaufhold): Analysing Capital and Gender Relations Using the Example of Capital Accumulation and Social Reproduction

Chair: Ruth May

11:00 – 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 – 13:00

Feminist Organising beyond Europe: Middle East

Selin Çağatay: Feminist Struggles in the Middle East and North Africa

Deniz Ulusoy: Oppression and Feminist Resistance in Turkey

Feride Eralp: Decolonial Feminism and Women's Organizing against War in Turkey/Syria

Chair: Ines Schwerdtner 

Marxist-Feminist Analyses of and in Contemporary Capitalism

Ashley Bohrer: Capitalist Confinement: from Enclosures to Mass Incarceration

Shannon Ikebe: Social Reproduction and the Crisis of Fordism

Rebecca Carson: Indigenous Feminism and the Problem of Wave-Based Historical Determinism

Chair: Flora Eder

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:30

Feminist Organising beyond Europe: the USA

Ann Ferguson: Women’s Leadership, the Right to Care and Revolutionary Reforms in the United States

Kathryn Russell: Alliances among Labor, Racial Justice and Environmental Activists:

Love, Solidarity and Resistance

Nancy Holmstrom: The Relationship between Political Practice and Theoretical Analyses

Internal chairing 

Feminist Resistance against Fundamentalisms

Nira Yuval-Davis: Anti-Fundamentalism, Anti-Racism and Feminist Politics

Pragna Patel: Fundamentalism, Cultural Relativism and Women’s Rights in the Context of the UK

Gabriele Dietrich: A Flower on the Chain or a Tunnel towards Liberation?

Chair: Catia Gregoratti 

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 – 18:00

Theses: Re-Foundation of Marxism-Feminism  (Room 1: MZS)

Frigga Haug: Introduction into Theses (DE)

Chairs and Discussants: Carina Klugbauer, Angela von Kampen

Plenary discussion to decide about theses for a common Marxist-Feminist Manifesto

18:00 – 18:30

Break

18:30 – 20:00

Cultural Programme

18.30 MZS: Cutting Edge, Fragment #3, Poltergeist

arge blumen – a Viennese dialect translation of “les fleurs du mal” – is an artistic work community. Working from a feminist socio-critical perspective, Bauer and Lepold have developed a style characterized by elements of Butoh, intense physical expression, and involvement in contemporary issues. Together with the sound designer Andreas Wiesbauer, they will perform Fragment #3, Poltergeist, from their latest work, Cutting Edge.

19:00 Prospekthof: IN-VISIBLE-IN, a multi-media performance, especially produced for the 2nd International Marxism-Feminism-Conference 2016 in Vienna by Aiko Kazuko Kurosaki and visual artist starsky, uses common clichés and patterns in order to break and deconstruct them and to evoke multi-layered emotional spaces of association.

 

 Time

Sunday – Room 1: Mehrzwecksaal (MZS)

Simultaneous translation English- German - English

Sunday – Room 2: Ausstellungsraum

09:30 – 11:00

Marxist-Feminist Analyses of Work

Paula Mulinari/Rebecca Selberg: The Anti-Work Concept and the Marxist- Feminist Concept of Work

Diana Mulinari/Nora Räthzel: Three Gender Regimes in Three Countries at one Transnational Corporation

Hannah Schultes/Verena Letsch: Recognition of Reproductive Workers – Battlefield or Pitfall?

Chair: Nancy Holmstrom 

Marxist-Feminist Organising in Europe

Annabelle Bonnet: Women in the French Trade Union Movement

Feminist Organising in Spain: Confirmation pending

Marianthi Anastasiadou: Marxism-Feminism/Feminism-Marxism in Greece Today: Old Obstacles, New Challenges

Chair: Elisabeth Klatzer

11:00 – 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 – 13:00

Diversity, Intersectionality: Practice and Theory

Tucker P. Farley: Neoliberalism, Intersectionality and Lesbian-Led Movements Globally

Monica Quirico: Self-Government and Self-Organization

Zoe Sutherland/Marina Vishmidt: Difference and the Universal in Legacies of Feminism

Chair: Eva Egermann

Contested Identity and Contested Nature

 

Workshop with: Uta von Winterfeld, Adelheid Biesecker, Sarah Breitenbach

Internal chairing

13:00 – 14:00

End of Conference – Feedback – Preparation of Next Conference

Workshops in Open Spaces: Times and Spaces to be Announced at the Conference

+Eva Egermann/Doris Arztmann/Jonah I. Garde/Elisabeth Magdlener: Talking Crip with Marxism-Feminism

+Feminist Section of the Critical Historical Dictionary of Marxism: Presentation of the Project, Call for Authors

+Aiko Kazuko Kurosaki / OBRA - One Billion Rising Austria: Break the Chain / Dancing for Activism  

 

* DE = Contribution in German with simultaneous translation into English

Contributions without a symbol will be in English with simultaneous translation into German if they are in Room 1 (MZS)

 

This programme is subject to change without notice | Kurzfristige Programmänderungen vorbehalten


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