אירוע // כנס: משיתופיות למשותפות: מוסדות היסטוריים ועכשוויים של מרחב משותף [מקוון] 19-20.11.20

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From Cooperativism to Commoning. Historical and contemporary institutions of the common. International Conference

The conference will be held online on the Zoom platform on 19th and 20th November, 2020. To register to the conference, please go to common.isns.uw.edu.pl.
The link to the event will be provided after registration.
PROGRAM
DAY 1
9-9.30 INTRODUCTION
Dr Bartłomiej Błesznowski (Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw)
Dr Aleksandra Bilewicz (Institute of Rural and Agricultural Development, Polish Academy of Sciences)
9.30 – 11.00 MAIN SESSION
TOWARDS THE REGIME OF THE COMMON
Chair: dr Mikołaj Ratajczak (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Dr Michał Pospiszyl (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
Symbiosis or cooperation? On the origin of communism
Dr Łukasz Moll (University of Wrocław, Poland)
Commoning as the new philosophy of praxis. Between flaneurs and glaneuse
Dr Cezary Rudnicki (independent scholar)
The cooperative theory of Alliance
11.-11.15 BREAK
11.15-12.45. PARALLEL SESSIONS
1. COOPERATION AND THE BIRTH OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Chair: Dr Bartłomiej Błesznowski
Prof. Dieter Haselbach (Zentrum fuer Kulturforschung, Germany)
Is there anything to learn fro sociologist's engagement for the co-operative movement of the interwar period in Germany?
Prof. Anne Kwaschik (Universitaet Konstanz, Germany)
Society as Experiment: Social Epistemology, Cooperative and Communal Practices in the Early 20th. century
Shaun Pitt (Northumbria University, Great Britain)
Anarcho-communism, New Liberalism and British Social Science Networks
2. HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORATY FORMS OF COOPERATION ON RURAL AREAS
Prof. Sorin Radu (Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Romania)
Cooperatives in interwar Romania. Agrarianism and cooperative economic models
dr Ilona Matysiak (The Maria Grzegorzewska University, Polad)
Elderly people as organizers of care provision in rural areas: examples of care cooperatives in the Netherlands and the Village Movement in the U.S.
Dr Ruta Śpiewak (Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
Alternative Food Networks as a Space of Food Citizenship
12: 45-14.15 LUNCH AND NETWORKING BREAK
14.15-15.15 KEYNOTE SPEECH
Dr Marcelo Vieta (Ontario Institute for Studies on Education, Canada)
Wokers' self-management in Argentina. Contesting neo-liberalism by occupying companies, creating cooperatives and recuperating autogestion
15.15-15.30 BREAK
15.30-17.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
1.THE COMMONS IN THE FACE OF ECOLOGICAL CRISIS
Chair: Aleksandra Gołdys (KIC-Climate, Poland)
Eduardo Erazo Acosta (Universidad de Narino, Colombia)
The Power of the ancestral philosophy of Alli kawsay (Buen vivir) in the indigenous movements in Colombia
Jakob Crha (Slovakia)
A return to the Commons: a potential critique from planetary perspective
Schachi Mokashi (Central European University, Austria)
Commoning and the protection of nature: a critical intervention
2. SOCIAL HISTORY OF COOPERATIVE INSTITUTIONS (I)
Chair: Filip Leszczyński (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland)
Samuel Boscarello (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy)
Entrepreneurs of social conflict: cooperators and revolt leaders in the Italian crisis (1893-1894)
Prof. Zofia Chyra-Rolicz (Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland)
The role of cooperative leaders in establishing social community
Leo Marić (University of Zagreb, Croatia)
Between Autonomy and State Control: Cooperative Ideas in Croatia in Interwar Period and the second world war)
DAY 2
9-10.30 PARALLEL SESSIONS
1. THE COMMONS IN THE FACE OF THE COVID PANDEMIA
Chair: dr Bartłomiej Błesznowski
Dr Claudia Firth (Birkbeck, University of London, Great Britain)
Covid-19 Mutual aid and the contribution economy
Dr. Dionyios Skliris (National and Capodistrian University of Athens, Greece)
The struggle between eco-fascism and ecommunism in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic
Dr Doron Timor (Tel Aviv University and "Yad Tabenkin Institute, Israel)
"Community? Now more than ever – Intentional community and the challenge of corona virus
2. SOCIAL HISTORY OF COOPERATIVE INSTITUTIONS (II)
Chair: dr Aleksandra Bilewicz
Prof. Patrizia Batillani (University of Bologna, Italy)
Commons and commoning: the experience of the Italian cooperative enerprises at the turn of the millenium
Dr Torsten Lorenz (Free University Berlin, Germany)
Cooperatives and civil society. Historical evidence from central and eastern Europe (ca. 1850-1940)
10.30-10.45. BREAK
10.45-12.45 PARALLEL SESSIONS
1. FEMINIST INSTITUTIONS OF THE COMMONS
Chair: Dr. Ewa Alicja Majewska (Academy of Art in Szczecin, Poland)
Dr Zofia Łapniewska (Jagiellonian University, Poland), Prof. Monika Kostera (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
The visible hand and women's involvement in managing the common good
Teresa Stejskalova (Prague Institute, Czech Republic), Anna Remesova (Artalk.cz, Czech Republic)
Feminist Museum in 21st Centrury
Dr Paweł Sztabrowski (Powszechny theatre, Warsaw, and Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw, Poland)
Theatre as parallel polis
2. THE VARIETY OF CONTEMPORARY COOPERATIVE INSTIUTTIONS
Chair: Wojciech Mejor ("Dobrze" cooperative)
Sarah Holzgreve (independent Scholar and GETI-DOS Fellow, Germany)
Commoning and utopia in the intentional community of Alt Ungnade, Germalny, and their meaning for socio-ecological transformation
Dr Andrzej Klimczuk (SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)
Creative Ageing Policy and Future-Oriented Institutions: combining silver, creative, and social economies
Magdalena Kondas (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Cooperatives in the development aid discourse
Maria-Daniela Pomohaci (University of Goettingen, Germany), Praveen Verma (Department of History, University of Delhi)
Workers' Initiative: From Community Kitchen to Workers' Cooperative
12.45-14.15 LUNCH AND NETWORKING BREAK
14.15-15.45. MAIN SESSION
ECONOMY, TECHNOLOGY, MUTUAL AID
Chair: dr Cezary Rudnicki (Independent Scholar)
Dr. Marco Migliorelii (Sorbonne Business Schools, France) From Cooperativism to commoning? Some reflections on the case of cooperative banks
Prof. Aleksandra Przegalińska and Prof. Dariusz Jemielniak (Koźmiński University, Poland) The incoming collaborative society
Jan Zygmuntowski (Koźmiński University, Poland) Data commons stewardship; embedding common good in data governance
15.45-16.00 BREAK
16-17.00 CONCLUDING REMARKS – PANEL DISCUSSION
Aleksandra Gołdys, Prof. Dr. Dieter Haselbach, Prof. Dr. Anne Kwaschik
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