Saturday April 25

9.00-11.00 Registration

9.30-11.30 Parallel Seminars

B1. Pure Immanence, Hegel, Marx, Sloterdijk
Alan Schrift, Grinnell College

Spiridon Kaltsas, University of Athens
Gilles Deleuze et Peter Sloterdijk: de la machine desirante a l’ immunite bioecologique
Cezary Rudnicki, University of Warsaw
Deleuze, Foucault and Sloterdijk
Yiannis Efstathiou, National and Kapodistrian University
Hegel, Marx, Deleuze: Under the Law of Value (Greek)
Giorgos Fourtounis, Panteion University
“Pure Immanence”-Is It still immanence?

B2. Deleuze and the Architectural Imagimation I
Dimitris Papalexopoulos, National Technical University of Athens

Konstantinos Moraitis, National Technical University of Athens
Schediasmos se Synthikes Edafikis Metavolis: To Antikeimeno, to Ktirio, to Perivallon theoroumeno os Topio (Greek)
Aspasia Kouzoupi, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Focusing in the Concept of the Map in the Homeric Odyssey (Estiazontas stin Ennoia tou Charti stin Omiriki Odysseia) (Greek)
Dimitra Chatzisavva, School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete
Architectural Translations of Deleuze-Guattari’s Thought on the Concept of Place (Greek)
Anthi Kosma, UPM, Spain
Diagrammatic Narratives: Grafiko Field of Rupture and Catastrophes. (Diagrammatikes Afigiseis: Grafiko Pedio Rixis kai Katastrofes) (Greek)

B3. Panel. Lilies, Forests and the Dialectic
Elena Tzelepis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Branca Arsic, Columbia University.
The Glory of the Lilies. Deleuze on Contemplation.
Eduardo Cadava, Princeton University
Forests of Memory.
Andrew Cole, Princeton University
The Figure: Dialectics in Deleuze and Hegel.

B4. Difference, Acceleration and the People to come
Eugene Holland, Ohio State University

Ronnen Ben-Arie, Tel Aviv University
Deleuze and Palestine, Who Are the People to come?
Antony Faramelli, The London Graduate School Kingston University
Revolutionary Substance: Schizoanalysis and Multitude
Mathews Lock Santos, Queen Mary, University of London.
Becoming-narrative: The Mass Protests in Brazil as Irruption of a political Event
Marco Salucci, .Paris 8 Universite
Deleuze: Pour un vitalisme de la continuite

B5. Lines of Flight and the Democracy to come
Andrew Cole, Princeton University

Panagiotis Sotiris, University of the Aegean
Lines of Flight, Minorities, War Machines: Rethinking Deleuzian Politics
Bruce Baugh, Thomson Rivers University
The Open Society and the Democracy to come: Bergson, Deleuze and Guattari
David Holdsworth, Trent University
The concrete political Universal in Deleuze and Badiou
Mohamed Moulfi, University of Oran
Geophilosophie et revolution chez Gilles Deleuze

11.30-12.00 Coffee Break

12.00-2.00 Sponsored Session: Deleuze. Guattari and Feminist Theories
Athena Athanasiou, Panteion University

Rosi Braidotti, University of Utrecht
Deleuzian Feminisms: Materialism, Difference, Affirmation
Zeynep Gambetti, Bogazici University,
Arendt, Deleuze and Ethics as “what happens to us.”
Chrysanthi Nigianni, Independent Researcher.
Writing Difference: Towards a Becoming-Minoritarian
Birgit M. Kaiser, University of Utrecht.

Writing and Singularizing. Rephrasing Existential Refrains with Cixous and Guattari

2.00-3.00 Lunch

3.00-5.00 Parallel Sessions

B6. Panel: Pragmatism and Pluralism
Howard Caygill, Kingston University

Marc Roelli, Berlin, Zurich
Introduction: Deleuze and radical Pragmatism
James Williams, Dundee University
Pluralism and the Sign in Deleuze and Guattari
Sean Bowden, Deakin, Melbourne
Pragmatism and Pluralism and the Role of Jean Wahl.
Melanie Sehgal, Frankfurt/O
Pluralism=Monism. A Jamesian and Whiteheadian rendering of Deleuze’s magic Formula
Daniel W. Smith, Purdue University
Deleuze/Simondon and the philosophical Approach to Technology

B7. On Music, Drama and Painting
Dana Papachristou, Ionian University/Paris 8

Zornitsa Dimitrova, WWU, Germany.
A Theater of Objects: A Drama of Potentialities
Eftichios Pirovolakis, Hellenic Open University
Deleuze and Derrida on Painting: the Visible and the Invisible
Iordanis Koumasidis, University of Western Macedonia
Aestheric Hints and Premisesin the What is Philosophy? of Deleuze and Guattri (Aisthitikes Nixeis kai Prokeimena in the Ti einai iFilosofia tou Deleuze kai tou Guattari) (Greek)
Sjoerd van Tuinen, The Hysteria of mannerist Self-Portraiture: Parmegianino

B8. Panel: Clinical Practice and Policy of Emancipation.
Eleni Tzavara, Psychologist

Katerina Matsa, Psychiatrist
The Relationship between clinical Praxis and the Politics of Emancipation in the psychiatric Bond according to Felix GuattariI: The Experience of 18 ANO (Schesi tis klinikis praxis kai politikis tis cheirafetisis mesa ston psichiatriko desmo apo ti skopia tou Felix Guattari: I Empeiria tou 18 ANO (Greek)
Elisabeth Kouki, Psychologist
In the La Borde Clinique: a Testimony (Stin Kliniki tis La Borde: Mia Martiria) (Greek).
Costas Bairakktaris
De-institutionalization (Αποϊδρυματοποίηση, (Greek)

B9. Geostatism, Geodynamism, and Chaos Theory
Arkady Plotnitzky, Purdue University

Alain Beaulieu, Laurentian University
Le geostatisme de Husserl et le geodynamisme de Deleuze/Guattari: deux perspectives cosmologiques
Eftichios Zoulias, Architecture, National Technical University of Athens
Gilles Deleuze and Chaos Theory (Greek)
Francisco Jose Martinez, UNED Madrid
Chaos, Difference and Refrain in the Work of Gilles Deleuze
Kharis Tabakis, University of Ioannina
The Emergence of the Virtual in the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze (I anadisi tis dinitikotitas sti filosofia tou Zil Ntelez) (Greek)

4.30-5.00 Coffee available in the Corridors

4.30-6.30 Sponsored Session: Deleuze and Architecture
Vana Tentokali, Architecture Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Bernard Cache, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne.
Albrecht Duhrer and the Anticipation of some Deleuzian Concepts in his Treatise of Geometry.
Dimitra Chatzisavva, Architect, School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete.
Helene Frichot, School of Architecture, Stockholm
From the Exhaustion of the Dogmatic Image of Thought that circumscribes Architecture toward Feminist Practices of Joy.
Dimitris Papalexopoulos, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens.
Locality destabilized

6.30-8.30 Parallel Sessions

B10. A Scream to be screamed: Philosophy and Politics in Times of Crisis
Smaro Kamboureli

Elena Loizidou, Birkbeck College, University of London
Suicide as a Way to Friendship
Elena Avramopoulou, University of Cambridge
Crisis as a Concept, as a Scream
Sarah Cefai, London School of Economics
Elbieta Buslowska, University Arts London
“The Temptation to Exist” or the voiceless Scream of desperate Becoming
Catherine Maffioletti, University Arts London
The Power of Hysteria: A Cartography of Feminine Intensities

B11. Deleuze and the Architectural Imagination II
Konstantinos Moraitis, National Technical University of Athens

Keith Harris, University of Washington
Deleuzoguattarian Critical Urban Theory and the City to come
Athena Moustaka, University of Manchester
Reterritorializing Concrete as an Agent of Comfort in Architecture
Vasileios Ntovros, Architect Engineer
Unfolding San Lorenzo's Chapel: Beyond the folding Forms and the symbolic Notions
Stavros Kousoulas, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft .
Becoming Form: Athenian Urban Ecologies
Anthi Verykiou, Spatial Transcriptions of the Concept of the Fold in Architecture as a Landscape sensitive Approach.

B12. Panel. Deleuze Digitale
Athina Karatzogianni, University of Leicester
Hack or be Hacked: The Surveillance/Resistance Paradox and the Microfascism of the Centre
Jeremy Gilbert, University of East London
Freedom After Snowden
Phoebe Moore, Middlesex University (co-author Andrew Robinson, Independent Researcher)
The Politics of Wearables: The Quantified Self at Work
Michael Goddard, University of Salford
Excommunicating Deleuze: Ex-Communication, the Post-Secular Post-Digital and Non-Philosophy
Christina Grammatikopoulou, University of Barcelona
An Approach to cultural Hacking: Creating Repetition and Difference in the digital, hybrid and urban Space
Sophia Drakopoulou, Middlesex University
The Prolongation of the Now and Moments of Social Awareness.

B13. Art and Resistance
Ioulia Mermigka, National and Kapodistrian University

Angela Melitopoulos, Royal Academy of Arts, Copenhagen
Video Assemblages.
Marianna Charitonidou, Nanterre Universite, School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens
Gilles Deleuze and the non-discursive Arts: from Symptomatology to the Capture of Forces. 
Amalia Liakou, Art Theorist and Photographer
Creation and Resistance: From Deleuze to Photography (Dimiourgia kai Antistasi: Apo ton Deleuze sti Fotografia (Greek)
Lina Alvarez, Universite Catholique de Louvain,
Deleuze, Guattari and Fanon: Une joyeuse rencontre autour de la literature

7-30-11.00 Reception. Museum of History of the University of Athens, (Old University, or Oikia Kleanthous)