Stand: 6.7.2006



Last update: 07/06/06

Freitag, 07.07.2006 / Friday, 07/07/2006

ab 11:00 / from 11 am Anmeldung / registration
Gebäude 40 / building 40
Zschokkestr 32 (früher / formerly Virchowstr.)
14:00 - 14:30
2 pm - 2:30 pm
Begrüßung / Welcome address
14:30 - 16:00
2:30 pm - 4 pm
Hauptvortrag / keynote address:
Gerald Raunig (Wien / Vienna): "Revolutionary Machines and Art Machines"
(Lecture Hall G50-H 3, Steinerne Tischstraße)
16:00 - 16:30
4 pm - 4:30 pm
Kaffeepause / coffee break
16:30 - 18:30
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Panels A
FriA 01 Contemporary Transitions: Discourses, Movements, Practices (G40-120)
FriA 02 Revolution im internationalen Recht (G40-223)
ab 19:30 / from 7:30 pm Party im "Mikrokosmos" / party at "Mikrokosmos"

Saturday, 08.07.2006 / Saturday, 07/08/2006

10:00 -12:00
10 am - noon
Panels A
SatA 01 Capitalism and Class Struggles I: Internationalism/Solidarity (G40-223)
SatA 02 Elites and Movements in (Inter)National Contexts (G40-120)
SatA 03 Staat und Revolution: Begriffe und Theorien (G40-122)
Stud 1 Acting in different revolutionary context (students' forum) (G40-339)
12:00 - 13:30
noon - 1:30 pm
Mittagspause / lunch break
13:30 - 15:30
1:30 - 3:30 pm
Panels B
SatB 01 Capitalim and Class Struggles II: Activism and Resistance (G40-223)
SatB 02 Philosophy and the Political (G40-122)
SatB 03 Texte und Texturen (G40-339)
Stud 2 Symbols and theories of revolutionary upheavel (students' forum) (G40-334)
15:30 - 16:15
3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Kaffeepause / coffee break
16:15 - 18:00
4:15 pm - 6 pm
Hauptvortrag / plenary address:
Alex Demirovic (Frankfurt): "From Revolution to Radical Rransformation"
(G50-H 3, Steinerne Tischstraße)
19:00 / 7 pm Konferenzdinner im "Rayon-Haus" / conference dinner at "Rayon Haus"

Sonntag, 09.07.2006 / Sunday, 07/09/2006

9:30 - 11:30 am Panels A
SunA 01 Imaging and Documenting Revolution (G40-223)
SunA 02 Subjectivites, Identities, and Agencies (G40-122)
SunA 03 Souveränität, Subversion und Emanzipation (G40-339)
11:30 - 11:45 am Kaffeepause / coffee break
11:45 - 13:30
11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Panels B
SunB 01 Artists, Mass Media and Imagination (G40-122)
SunB 02 Texts of Revolution (G40-223)
SunB 03 Bilder, Räume und Technologien (G40-339)
Stud 3 Vielfältige Revolutionen (Studentenforum) (G40-334)
13:30 - 14:30
1:30 am - 2:30 pm
Imbiss / lunch snack
14:30 - 16:00
2:30 am - 4 pm
Abschlussrunde mit Hauptvortrag / Final round and plenary address with Christoph Speer: "Revolutions Today"
ab 19:30
from 7:30 pm
Gemeinsames WM-Finale schauen (für alle Interessierten)
Watching world soccer championship finals (for all those interested)

Liste der Panels / all panels

Panels A: Freitag 17:00 - 19:00 / Friday 5 pm - 7 pm

FriA 01: Discourses, Movements, Practices
Chair: Elrid Wollkopf

Kamila Bialy (University of Lodz)
Changes in European Higher Education - is it really a Revolution or a New Face of Neoliberal Status Quo?
[abstract][web contribution]

Taras Butchenko (Zaporozhye National University/Ukraine)
Discourse and Practice of Revolutionary Actions in Modern Ukraine
[abstract][web contribution]

Jurij Halajko (University of Lodz)
Genesis and Aesthetics of Ukrainian Orange Revolution
[abstract][web contribution]

Ilham Sadoqi (Mohamed University, Morocco)
State Legitimacy and Counter Movements
[abstract][web contribution]

FriA 02: Revolution im internationalen Recht
Chair: Jörg Meyer

Karen Schlüter (University of Magdeburg)
Revolution in International Law
[abstract][web contribution]

Norman Paech (Universität Hamburg, MdB)
Die Französische Revolution und die Entstehung des modernen Völkerrechts
[abstract][web contribution]

Sönke Zehle (Universität Saarbrücken)
Camp Darfur or The Second Life of Humanitarianism
[abstract][web contribution]

Panels A: Samstag 10:00 - 12:00 / Saturday 10 am - noon

SatA 01: Capitalism and Class Struggles I: Internationalism and Solidarity
Chair: Ulf Schulenberg

Laura Branciforte (University Carlos III Madrid/Spain)
The Evolution of the International Solidarity Concept
[abstract][web contribution]

Peter Funke (University of Pennsylvania/USA)
Late Capitalism and the World Social Forum: Re-Making of the 21st Century Global "Working Class"?
[abstract][web contribution]

Andre Mommen (University of Amsterdam/The Netherlands)
Policy Reforms and Resistance to Neoliberal Globalization
[abstract][web contribution]

SatA 02: Elites and Movements in (Inter)National Contexts
Chair: Raj Kollmorgen

Fethi Acikel (University of Ankara/Turkey)
Revolution and Reproduction: or How Revolutionary Elites Contribute to Institutional Path-Dependence in the World-System
[abstract][web contribution]

Holger Rossow (University of Rostock/Germany)
Unlikely Heirs - New Labour and the Thatcher Revolution
[abstract][web contribution]

Marta Zimniak-Halajko (Institute of Polish Culture/Poland)
Invisible Revolutions: Concepts of Revolution of Leftist and Rightist Social Movements in Contemporary Poland
[abstract][web contribution]

SatA 03: Staat und Revolution: Begriffe und Theorien
Moderation: Alex Demirovic

Philipp Casula (Universität Magdeburg)
Eine Revolution, die keine war? Diskurse über Demokratie und Nation in Russland
[Abstract][deutscher Internetbeitrag, English web contribution]

Klaus Bernhard Roy (Universität Magdeburg)
Reformen zwischen Pragmatismus und Utopie

Ersin Yildiz (Universität Frankfurt/Institut für Sozialforschung)
Revolution und Verfassungsgebung

Stud 1: Acting in different revolutionary context (students' forum)

Ahmed Aminu Yusuf
The 1945 General Strike and the Struggle for Nigeria's Independence in Nigeria: A Preliminary Research Note
[abstract][web contribution]

Carla Rivadeneira
The conflicts within the "Chilean road to the socialism": definition and viability of "a revolutionary" project
[abstract][web contribution]

Anara Karagulova
The Kyrgyz 'Revolution': a rational action or a political discourse
[abstract][web contribution]

Albert Galeev
Confronting threats of revolutions: new trends in the Russian national security strategic planning
[abstract][web contribution]

Panels B: Samstag 13:30 - 15:30 / Saturday 13:30 am - 3:30 pm

SatB 01: Capitalim and Class Struggles II: Activism and Resistance
Chair: Christoph Spehr

Satish Poduval (University of Hyderabad/India)
Small Folk in a "Flat World": Globalization in-the-Flesh
[abstract][web contribution]

Steven Corcoran (University of New South Wales/Australia)
Logics of Political Transformation
[abstract][web contribution]

Todd Wolfson (University of Pennsylvania/USA)
The Cyber Left: Indymedia and the Making of the 21st Century Struggle
[abstract][web contribution]

SatB 02: Philosophy and the Political
Chair: Johannes Angermüller

Mark Alizart (Paris/France)
Fresh French Theory on Revolution (since Althusser, Deleuze and Derrida)
[abstract][web contribution]

Sridhar Rajeswaran (University of Mumbai/India)
Searching, Re-Searching Rosa
[abstract][web contribution]

Oliver Kessler and Benjamin Herborth (University of Bielefeld/University of Frankfurt)
Revolutions, Irony and Democracy
[abstract][web contribution]

Ulf Schulenberg (University of Bremen/Germany)
From Conceptual Revolutions to the Privacy of Mourning - Barthes, Proust, and the "désir d'écrire"
[abstract][web contribution]


SatB 03: Texte und Texturen
Moderation: Agata Stopinska

Thomas Ernst (Universität Trier)
Subversion der Subversion. Subversive Konzepte in der deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsprosa

Heike Wetzig (Braunschweig)
Rationalität: Ordnung und Änderung

Anja Meyerrose (Universität Hannover)
Revolution im Schritt?

Stud 2: Symbols and theories of revolutionary upheavel(students' forum)

Michael Buehl
Music from Below: From Urban Discrimination to Tupac Shakur and False Consciousness
[abstract][web contribution]

Aryong Choi
Revolutionary body overcoming Red Complex
[abstract][web contribution]

Pawel Marczewski
Freedom to revolt or revolting to be free? Rethinking Tocqueville
[abstract][web contribution]

Erika Gleisner
Talking about a Revolution
[abstract][web contribution]


Panels A: Sonntag 9:30 - 11:30 / Sunday 9:30 am - 11:30 am

SunA 01: Imaging and Documenting Revolution
Chair: Holger Rossow

Steffen Hantke (Sogang University/South Korea)
The Imagery of Revolution in Recent Blockbuster Films
[abstract][web contribution]

Madhumeeta Sinha (Hyderabad/India)
The Feminist Interpretation of Reality in the Films of Deepa Dhanraj
[abstract][web contribution]

SunA 02: Subjectivites, Identities, and Agencies
Chair: Karen Ebeling

Stephen Ibbotson (University of Münster/Germany)
The "I" of Revolutionary Discourse
[abstract][web contribution]

Bertel Nygaard (University of Aarhus/Denmark)
Revolutionary Subjectivity and World History
[abstract][web contribution]

SunA 03: Souveränität, Subversion und Emanzipation
Moderation: Dietmar Fricke

Anil K. Jain (München)
Ankerpunkte des Widerstands

Daniel Loick (Universität Frankfurt)
"Alle Räder stehen still, wenn dein zarter Arm es will"? Skizze zu einem postsouveränen Revolutionsbegriff

Axel Rüdiger (Universität Halle)
Die Revolution neu denken. Zur Archäologie und Genealogie des Revolutionsbegriffes

Panels B: Sonntag 11:45 - 13:30 / Sunday 11:45 am - 13:30 pm

SunB 01: Artists, Mass Media and Imagination
Chair: Steffen Hantke

Kjetil Jakobsen (University of Bergen/Norway)
Documenting globalization. A reflection on History, Storytelling and Film
[abstract][web contribution]

Gene Ray (Berlin)
Avant-Gardes as Anti-Capitalist Vector
[abstract][web contribution]

Michel Chevalier (Hamburg/Germany)
The Art-Market as a Testing-Ground for the Architects of Reaction and Restoration
[abstract][web contribution]

SunB 02: Texts of Revolution
Chair: Dirk Wiemann

Viola Brisolin (University College London/UK)
Literature éin the Line of Fire'. Subversive Aesthetics in Barthes and Pasolini
[abstract][web contribution]

Rocío Orsi (Universidad Carlos III Madrid/Spain)
Remembering Revolutions: Revolutions of the Imagination
[abstract][web contribution]

Abdelilah Bouasria (American University Washington/USA)
Sufism as a Revolutionary Discourse in Morocco?
[abstract][web contribution]

SunB 03: Bilder, Räume und Technologien
Chair: Gerald Raunig

Neelke Wagner (reflect! Assoziation für politische Bildung und Gesellschaftsforschung Berlin)
Welche Bilder braucht die Revolution?

Josemari Ripalda (Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia Madrid/Spanien?)
Zerstörung und Rückforderung des Nationalstaats

Joscha Wullweber (Universität Kassel)
Nanotechnologie: Die Konstruktion der nächsten technologischen Revolution

Stud 3: Vielfältige Revolutionen (Studentenforum)
Chair: Simone Kaiser, Anett Krause

Mareike Teigeler
Die Konstruktion von Wirklichkeit im Kontext von Disziplinar- und Kontrollgesellschaft
[abstract][web contribution]

Tatjana Glas
Von der Schizophrenie zur Multiphrenie
[abstract][web contribution]

Mathias Buhtz
Praktiken des Krieges gegen den internationalen Terrorismus
[abstract][web contribution]