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: Noology Cognitive Science and the Affect
Gerasimos Kakolyris, National and Kapodistrian University and Yiannis Zannos, Ionian University, Co-chairs

Gordon C. F. Bearn, Lehigh University
Communication and Resistance in Gilles Deleuze and Gertrude Stein.
Golfo Maggini, University of Ioannina.
Genealogical Insights into Contemporary Technoscience: Deleuze and Heidegger.
Dorothea Olkowski, University of Colorado
Madly Creative or Creatively Mad: The Crystalline Brain
Patricia Pisters, University of Amsterdam.
Metallurgic Noology: Bending World-Memory
Arkady Plotnitzky, Purdue University.
From Chaos to the Brain: the Quantum-Field Theoretical Model of Thought in What is Philosophy?

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 Guattari’s 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. Images of Crisis. Images of Time
Sponsored by the Audiovisual Laboratory, Faculty of Media and Communications Study. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

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
Sponsored by  the Audiovisual Laboratory, Faculty of Media and Communication Studies,  National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Leonard Lawlor, Pennsylvania State University

Jason Adams, Grand Valley State University
Transcendental Empiricism: Material Rationalism and Neo-Rationalism after the Crisis
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)
Constantinos Proimos, Hellenic Open University
Tectonic Signification and the Human Condition: Gilles Deleuze's 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, Université 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: 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, Universite Paris 8.
Felix Guattari’s Essay: Machine and Structure

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
Creative Time and the Social-historical Stratum. A Critical Comparison of the Notions of Time in the Philosophy of Henri Bergson (as interpreted by G. Deleuze) and the Ontology of Cornelius Castoriades
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 Deleuze’s Concept of Empiricism
Kostas Filippakis, University of Ioannina
Deleuze as the Philosopher of the One: developing and extending Alain Badiou’s Reading (O Deleuze os Filosofos tou Enos: Anaptixeis kai Proektaseis tis Anagnosis tou Alain Badiou) (Greek)

C7. Schizoanalysis, Phallocentrism, Trasgender and the Duplicity of the Snark 
Andriani Simati, University of the Aegean

Ιoannis Rigas, University of Sussex.
Schizoanalysing Representation: towards a Fusion of feminist Film Theories
Christine Quinan, Utrecht University
Transgender Border Crossings: Airports, Assemblages and the War Machine
Helen Palmer, Goldsmiths University of London.
The Duplicity of the Snark: Dynamic Formalisms and Queer Multiplicities
Kanakis Leledakis, Panteion university
The Locus of Desire

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 phallo-arborocentrism: the phallus as a rhizome and the object α as a desiring-machine (Πέραν του λακανικού φαλλο-δενδροκεντρισμού: ο φαλλός ως ρίζωμα και το αντικείμενο α ως επιθυμητική μηχανή) (Greek)
Dimitris Vergetis, Psychoanalyst
The Lacanian Genealogy of the Deleuzian Body-without-Organs (I Lakaniki genealogia tou ntelezianou somatos-xoris-organa (Greek)

C9. Infinite Speeds, Violence and Mass-Protests
Daniel Smith, Purdue University

Michael Ardoline, Kingston University
Infinite Speeds and Practical Reason: Α Mechanics of Concept Creation
George-Byron Davos, Fine Arts of Milan and Vigo University of Spain
The " Anartist" " Machine de Guerre". The Creation of Politics after Sensation.
Larry George, California State University
" Sovereign and Scapegoat": Abstract Machines of medieval Violence in Contemporary Greco- Abrahamic Theo- political Assemblages.
Burcu Baykan
Becoming-Meat, Becoming-Whale-Becoming Innimate, An Encounter with Matthew Barney’s Drawing Restraint 9

C10. Panel: Testing : The Canadian Case of Diversity
      Sponsored by the Canadian Embassy in Greece
Ian Angus, Simon Fraser University

Christl Verduyn, Mount Allison University,
Canadian Women Writers on Multiculturalism
Rinaldo Walcott, University of Toronto
Against Multiculturalism: Thoughts on Decoloniality, Social Justice and radical Collectivities
Smaro Kamboureli, Avie Bennett Chair in Canadian Literature, University of Toronto
Un-folding diasporic Identity
Larissa Lai, university of Alberta
Becoming-Racial, Becoming-Relational: Sovereignty and Species Difference

9.30- 12.00 Banquet