Sunday April 26

                                                     Sunday April 26

9.00-10.00 Registration

9.30-11.30 Sponsored Session: Deleuze, Guattari and Marxism

Giorgos Tsimouris, Panteion University
Anne Querrien, Co-director of Multitudes.
Lutte des classes. machine de guerre, revolution moleculaire.
Jason Read, University of Maine.
The Affective Economy: Producing and Consuming Affects in Deleuze and Guattari.
Guillaume Sibertin-Blanc, Centre Internationale d Etude de la Philosophie francaise contemporaine.
Strategic Perspectives and Strategic Melancholism: Antinomy in the Minoritarian Strategy.
Panagiotis Sotiris, National and Kapodistrian University of .Athens
The many Encounters of Deleuze and Marxism
Savvas Michael-Matsas. Writer.
The Utopia of Immanence. The Revolution in the Work of  Deleuze and Guattari.

11.30-12.00 Coffee Break

12.00-2.00 Sponsored Session: Felix Guattari and Schizoanalysis

Ronald Bogue, University of Georgia
Manola Antonioli, Ecole Normale Supereure d Art
What is Ecosophy?
Gary Genosko, University of Ontario. .
Urban Subjectivation: Felix Guattari in/on the City
Jean-Claude Polack, Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst.
Felix Guattari, Jean Oury et la schzoanalyse
Kreon Vasilias, Umiversite Paris 8.
FelixGuattaris Essay: Machine and Structure

2.00-3.00 Lunch

3.00-5.00 Parallel Sessions

C1  Panel. A Decolonial Engagement                                              

Giorgos Tsimouris, Panteion University
Νikolay Karkov, SUNY Cortland                                         
Deleuze and Guattaris Becomings or Why Pluralism=Pluralism: A Decolonial Feminist Critique.                        
Xcercis Mendez, California State University. Fullerton                                      
Battling silent Chaos: The Refrain and its Decolonial Potentials                                     
Ovidiu Tichindeleanu, IDEA Publishers, Moldova- Romania                               
Another Genealogy of  Deleuze and Guattari for a Philosophy of Liberation 

C2  Panel: Images of Crisis. Images of Time                                                      .                                         

Μaria Komninos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Image and Time: The Director as Film Historian                                                                                                                           
Ronald Bogue, University of Georgia, USA                                                                                                   
The Time of the Intolerable.                          
Ioulia Mermigka, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens                                                                                   
Sci-FI Cinema and the People to Come.     
Vagelis Intzidis, Linguist                                            
Disposition in Pedagogy: Time-Images from non-printed Text (film)  to printed Text in the Classroom                                  

C3 Transcendental Empiricism, Pragmatism, Animal Refrains and the Web

Leonard Lawlor, Pennsylvania State University
Jason Adams, Grand Valley State University
Transcendental Empiricism: Material Rationalism and Neo-Rationalism after the Crisis
Daniela Voss, Free University Berlin
Pragmatism and Pluralism: Uncertainty and Becoming
Iannis Zannos, Ionion University
Animal Refrains
Sandra Lemeilleur, Laboratoire MICA Universite
Le Web comme territoire interstitiel de subjectivation

C4  Derive Urbaine, the Fold, Schizoanalytic Cartographies and the Seductiveness of Madness

Anne Sauvagnargues, Nanterre Universite
Vincent Jacques, Ecole Nationale Superieure d Architecture de Versailles
Deleuze/Guattari and Debord: derive urbaine and nomadism-a possible encounter?
Hanjo Berressem, University of  Koeln
Degrees of Freedom: Felix Guattari's Schizoanalytic Cartographies
Daniella Angueli, Universite de Paris 8                                                                                                                                                             
The Seductiveness of Madness. The Difference that annuls Repetition (I goitia tis trellas. I Diafora pou katarriptei tin Epanalipsi) (Greek)                                                                                
Konstantinos Proimos, Tectonic Signification and the Human Condition. Gilles Deleuzes Concept of the Fold

C5 Soundscapes and Soundwalking

Zornitsa Dimitrova, WWU, Germany
Peter Nelson, University of Edinborugh
Gilles Deleuze and Becoming-Music
Marinos Koutsomichalis, DeMorfont University/Universita degli Studi di Torino
Rhizomatic Soundscapes
Dana Papachristou, Ionian University, Universite de Paris 8
Locative Media Soundwalks: a rhizomatic approach to urban public Space
Yulia Hoffmann. The University of Vienna
Continuum of Intensities: the Plane of Consistency in Music

4,30-5.00 Coffee available in the Corridor

4-30-6.30 Sponsored Session: Deleuze. Guattari  and Feminist Theories

Athena Athanasiou, Panteion University
Rosi Braidotti, University of Utrecht
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.

6.30- 7.00  Coffee available in the Corridor

6.30-8.30 Parallel Sessions

C6  Deleuze and His Others II

Yannis Prelorentzos, University of Ioannina,
Alexandros Schismenos, University of Ioannina                                                                                             
Emilia Angelova, Concordia University                                                   
Deleuze on the Thought of Experience: Ethics and Politics of the New Stranger after Kristeva
Spyridon Tegos, University of Crete
Revisiting Empirisme et Subjectivite. Notes on Deleuzes Concept of Empiricism                                                         
Kostas Filippakis, University of Ioannina
Deleuze as the Philosopher of the One: developing and extending Alain Badious Reading        (O Deleuze os Filosofos tou Enos: Anaptixeis kai Proektaseis tis Anagnosis tou Alain Badiou) (Greek)

C7  Panel: Pragmatism and Pluralism

Nathan Widder, Royal Holloway University of London
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 Deleuzes magic Formula                                                        
Daniel W. Smith, Purdue University                                                                  
Deleuze/Simondon and the philosophical Approach to Technology

C8 Panel: Deleuze and Lacan: Proximity and Deviations                                                                                                                                                                                           

Katerina Matsa, Psychoanalyst
Dionysis Kavvathas, Panteion University
The Unconscious: Its Machines and Embarrassments (Asinidito: I Michanes kai I Amichanies tou) (Greek)
Charis Raptis, Panteion University
Beyond the Lacanian Gender-Tree-Centrism: the Phallus as Rhizome and the Object petite a as a Machine desirante (Peran tou Lakanikou fyllo-dendro-kentrismou: O fallos os rizoma kai to antikeimeno a os epithimitiki michani (Greek)
Dimitris Vergetis, Psychoanalyst
The Lacanian Genealogy of the Deleuzian Body-without-Organs (I Lakaniki genealogia tou ntelezianou somatos-xoris-organa (Greek)

C9  Panel: Pluralism through Monism: we are basically talking Post-internet

Vincent Jacques,
Ridvan Askin, University of Basel
Pluralism vs. Monism: Deleuze and Guattaris Magic Formula and the Disfiguration of Narrative.
Peter Burleigh, University of Basel
Detritus as Chance
Sophie Jung, Visual Artist and Writer
Garrett Nelson, Independent Artist and Writer
Francis Bacons c1928 Stool

C10 Panel: A Scream to be screamed: Philosophy and Politics in Times of Crisis

Chrysanthi Nigianni, Independent Researcher
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
Becoming-Mouth at the Extremities of Life: The Being of the Occupier and the Scream of Aboriginal Sovereignty
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: Towards Mapping a New Feminine Utopia

9.30- 12.00  Banquet