Jun 15 2022, Jun 16 2022
Paris 8 University online
Reading of Eternity by the stars. Dates: Wednesday 15 and thursday 16 june 2022, from 15:00 to 18:00. Location: by visioconference Department of philosophy and LLCP – Paris 8 University University research school (EUR) ArTeC
Mar 28 2022, Mar 29 2022, Mar 30 2022, Mar 31 2022
House of Research of Paris 8 University 2, rue de la Liberté — 93526 Saint-Denis Louise Michel Space 42 ter, rue des Cascades — 75020 Paris
"The truth is not in one dream, but in many dreams" Following a seminar year around the archive between poetics, politics and violence of history and dreams in 2020-2021, this seminar is interested in the dreamed life, and what affects us by simultaneously affecting our relationship to the world. It will in fact not only question the dream as an object of research from an inter- and…
Oct 29 2020, Nov 16 2020, Dec 10 2020, Jan 21 2021, Feb 11 2021, Mar 18 2021, Apr 15 2021, May 20 2021
Artistic, political and social cooperative La Générale 39, rue Gassendi — 75014 Paris Paris 8 University Online
The seminar "Dreams (the archive between poetics, politics, and violence of history)", returns on the past from the present aspirations. It approaches the stakes of the archive through a cycle of meetings and interventions with the realization of an oral archive of proposals of historical, theoretical and poetic approaches, and the elaboration of an associated documentary corpus.
Feb 13 2020, Feb 18 2020, Feb 24 2020
Paris 8 University 2, rue de la Liberté – 93526 Saint-Denis
3 sessions seminar with Morad Farhadpour (Porsesh Institute / Thesis 11) – in english. These talks, given in three parts, follow three main goals : to increase the conceptual determination and the historical content of the very idea of emancipation ; to present Marx’s thought and politics as the most significant site for the development of a dialectical relation between emancipation and…
Oct 24 2019, Nov 15 2019, Feb 6 2020, Apr 9 2020, May 14 2020, Jun 11 2020
Paris 8 University 2 rue de la Liberté – 93526 Saint-Denis Le Lieu Dit 6 rue Sorbier – 75020 Paris Online
The proposal takes a look back at recent conflicts and social movements and their genealogies, as they drew new geographies across borders in the context of globalization, from corpora produced in their present and whose Movement of places from south to north, that of the People's Springs, or the transnational feminist movements could give the model.
Oct 18 2018, Nov 22 2018, Jan 17 2019, Feb 13 2019, Mar 25 2019, May 14 2019
Paris 8 University 2, rue de la Liberté – 93526 Saint-Denis Café Le Relais 34 rue de Belleville – 75019 Paris  
The temporality of political upheaval is that of a break within the continuity of an abstract, homogeneous and empty time of capital. Conversely, the chronopolitics of capitalism and its dream of global synchronicity find its ultimate realization in the crisis, which has become a mode of governmentality. What if we take the question from the notion of subjectivity as it relates to an agency, that…
Feb 6 2018
Paris 8 University 2, rue de la Liberté – 93526 Saint-Denis Amphi A2 (Deleuze space, Building A, 1st floor)
The Kurdish Movement and the Revolution of Rojava, the Green Movement, Arab Springs and Movement of the Places, Tahrir Square, Gezi Park, Nuit Debout, Syntagma Square, Maidan Square, the Chiapas Movement, the Vinegar Revolt in Brazil, etc. How the spaces of revolt, insurrection, resistance on a global scale reveal a new subversive and creative subjectivity and micropolitics of emancipation in the…
Nov 2 2017, Nov 3 2017, Dec 4 2017, Feb 7 2018, Apr 24 2018, May 2 2018
Paris 8 Saint-Denis University 2, rue de la Liberté – 93526 Saint-Denis
Political modernity has at the same time excluded other notions of politics than that in which it was rationalized in the form of the State, in a sharing of Peoples said to be stateless, also said to be historyless, and includes as its margins the other possible versions of common life. This exclusion as one of the foundations from which the colonial and then the global order could develop and…
Nov 17 2016, Feb 16 2017, Mar 2 2017, Mar 19 2017, Jun 1 2017, Jun 29 2017
Paris 8 University 2, rue de la Liberté – 93526 Saint-Denis
Political modernity has at the same time excluded other notions of politics than that in which it was rationalized in the form of the State, in a sharing of Peoples said to be stateless, also said to be historyless, and included as its margins the other possible versions of common life. This exclusion as one of the foundations from which the colonial and then the global order could develop and…