Deadline: July 30, 2022
Dates: September 23 – 25, 2022, Agriturismo Testalepre, Greve in Chianti (FI), Italy
Call for Participants
The myriad of ecological transitions that take place across many different places and geographies today mobilise alternative forms of sociability and materiality, more-than-social civil disobedience and community technoscience, new eco-social coalitions, and the quest for reparative justice. During this retreat we will explore theories and practices of ecological reparation and the politics of just transitions.
With: Maura Benegiamo (Università di Pisa), Patrick Bresnihan (Maynooth University), Nerea Calvillo (University of Warwick), collettivo Epidemia, Anna Garrapa (UNAM, Mexico), Andrea Ghelfi (University of Nottingham), Bue R. Hansen (University of Jena), Emanuele Leonardi (Università di Bologna), Naomi Millner (University of Bristol), Dimitris Papadopoulos (University of Nottingham), Luigi Pellizzoni (Università di Pisa), Elizabeth A. Povinelli (Columbia University), Maria Puig de la Bellacasa (University of Warwick), Roberta Raffaetà (Università Cà Foscari Venezia), Miriam Tola (University of Lausanne), Isabella Troisi (Università di Firenze), Manuela Zechner (University of Jena).
Friday 23rd of September
6-7.30pm 1st session: Elizabeth A. Povinelli in dialogue with Roberta Raffaetà
Saturday 24th of September
9.30am-1pm 2nd session: Ecological (Un)belongings with Maria Puig de la Bellacasa, Miriam Tola, collettivo Epidemia, Manuela Zechner
3-6pm 3rd session: Ecological Reparation with Dimitris Papadopoulos, Naomi Millner, Nerea Calvillo, Andrea Ghelfi, Patrick Bresnihan
Sunday 25th of September
9.30am-1pm 4th session: Just Transitions with Luigi Pellizzoni, Anna Garrapa, Maura Benegiamo, Isabella Troisi, Lele Leonardi, Bue R. Hansen
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
To attendthe retreat, please send a brief expression of interest email@example.com by 30th July 2022. There are very few spaces available and accepted participants are required to register by 23th August. Registration costs: 100 Euro (covers seminar activities, meals and camping opportunities (with your own tend) within the location of the retreat at the agriturismo).
Organised by Andrea Ghelfi and Dimitris Papadopoulos, Institute for Science and Society, University of Nottingham. With the support of Agriturismo Testalepre, Italy https://www.testalepre.farm/en/, the Leverhulme Trust, UK, and the Art and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), UK.