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Conference Schedule
All panels will be located in the Herbert Manzoni building (K1.09, K1.05, Purple Lounge) or in the
Brockington Extension (U0.05, U0.06, U1.12). Refreshments will be served between panels in the Purple
Lounge (Manzoni). There is a 15-minute extension to the 2nd and final sessions, which can accommodate
any panels in which the participants wish the discussion to run over-time.

Wednesday 14th September
9:00 - 10:30

10:45 - 12:15

Entrance and outside

Registration

Opening plenary

Language centre & kitchen

Refreshments

Refreshments

12:30 - 14:00

Lunch

14:00 - 15:30

15:45 - 17:15

Refreshments

Refreshments

K1.09 (33 cap.)

Afem histories 1

Afem histories 2

K1.05 (45 cap.)

Anarchism &
religion

Situated struggles

U0.05 (70 cap. multi-level)

Erotic politics

Conceptual approaches 1

U0.06 (72 cap. one-level)

Reflections 1

Mujeres libres

U1.12 (24 cap. one-level)

Open space*

Open space*

Brockingto
n

Manzoni Building

Day 1

Film showings at 18:00 to 19:00 in Schofield U0.05
Drinkin’ and thinkin’ from 19:30 at The Swan in the Rushes, 21 The Rushes, Loughborough LE11 5BE
10:45 to 12:15
Opening plenary

10:45 to 12:15

The plenary will be held outside Manzoni building if the weather permits or in the Purple Lounge
otherwise.


14:00 to 15:30

K1.09 Anarcho-feminist histories stream [Panel 1]

14:00 to 15:30

The body is anarchist. Historic and epistemological frame to understand the construction of intersexuality as a
disease in Colombian medical discourses of fifties (abstract: p. xx.)

Sara Lugo Márquez
Gender, neo-Malthusianism and anarchism in early 20th century Spain
Isabel Jiménez-Lucena, Carlos Tabernero-Holgado & Jorge Molero-Mesa
Ajoblanco (1974-1980). Science, gender and sexuality in the anarchist movement
Ana Macaya Andrés

K1.05 Anarchism and religion stream [Panel 1: Feminist Themes]
Anarcho-mysticism as Direct action: Women mystical traditions in mediaeval and early modern Christianity
Joana Serrado
Kartini, her peaceful struggle on three fronts and her reception by Christian anarchists
Andre de Raaij
Womanism, Nature, and Anarchy: Thoughts on the Intersections of Justice, God, and the Dirt of Daily Life
Anthony T. Fiscella

U0.05 Erotic politics

Convenor: Laurence Davis
ReImagining the Erotic State
Davina Cooper
Love, Law, Anarchism
Elena Loizidou
Revolutionary Love
Dr Laurence Davis

U0.06 Reflections stream [Panel 1]
For a Revival of Feminist Consciousness Raising: Horizontal Transformation of Epistemologies and
Transgression of Neoliberal TimeSpace
Rhiannon Firth & Andrew Robinson (Co-author)
Anti-authoritarian profeminist community knowledge co-production: Media Action Research Group (MARG)
Sandra Jeppesen
The Withering Away or The Revitalization of The Idea of University?
Sercan Kiyak

15:45 to 17:45

K1.09 Anarcho-feminist histories stream [Panel 2]

15:45 to 17:45

“A Feminist Disciple of Nietzsche”: The Case of Dora Marsden’s Unstable Anarchism
Dominique Miething



Anarchist women in Japan: love and resistance
Luíza Uehara
Marusja Nikiforova – An intersexual anarchist and a legend of the Russian Civil War
Dmitry Rublev & Ewgeniy Kasakow
Emma Goldman and Peter Kropotkin: radicalism and reformism (federalism) in their assessment of the
Bolshevik's regime in Russia
Sergey Saitanov

K1.05 Situated struggles
Land defense, queer nihilism and the human strike
two queer anarchist settlers from Canada
Towards an anti-colonial anarchism: Re-colonization and an imperative to think critically about settler
colonialism
Vanessa Sloan Morgan, Queen’s University, Kingston
Mapping Love: Ethnography of migrant women squatters in Florence, Italy
Claudia Morini

U0.05 Conceptual approaches stream [Panel 1]
Convenor: Benjamin Franks, chair: Leonard Williams
This stream utilises Michael Freeden’s conceptual analysis to explore the core concepts of anarchist thought and
action. The papers identify and describe important anarchist concepts looking at areas of contestation, their relative
importance in defining and stabilising other core principles and their realisation in anarchist practices.
Direct Action
Vicente Ordóñez Roig
DiY



4

Sandra Jeppesen
Horizontalism
Mark Bray

U0.06 Mujeres Libres (Free Women): History and legacy
Convenor: Richard Cleminson

“Are we not struggling against privilege?” State, revolution and the Free Women of Spain, 1936-1938
Danny Evans
Sorority as emotional resistance in Mujeres Libres: A journey through the history of emotions
Elena Verdegay
Conscious Maternity, Child Care and the Improvement of the Proletariat: Mujeres Libres, Women and
Reproduction
Richard Cleminson

18:00 to 19:20

U0.05 Film screening double bill
El Valor de Intercambiar
Dir. El Cambalache de San Cristobal de las Casas, 25mins

18:00 to 19:20


The Anarchist Rabbi
Dir. Adam Kossof, 45mins



5

Thursday 15th September
9:00 - 10:30

10:45 - 12:15

12:30 - 14:00

14:00 - 15:30

15:45 - 17:15

Prison letter
writing
workshop

Purple lounge

Prison letter writing
workshop

Language centre &
kitchen

Refreshments

Refreshments

K1.09 (33 cap.)

Afem histories 3

K1.05 (45 cap.)

Lunch

Refreshments

Refreshments

Creating selfreproducing
movements 2

Anarchism & religion 2

Afem histories 4

Theory 1

Theory 2

Reflections 2

Gender & sexuality 3

U0.05 (70 cap. multi-level)

Utopian sci-fi

Gender &
sexuality 1

Gender & sexuality 2

Conceptual
approaches 2

U0.06 (72 cap. one-level)

Creating selfreproducing
movements 1

Animal
liberation 1

Animal liberation 2

Animal liberation 3

U1.12 (24 cap. one-level)

Open space*

Open space*

Open space*

Open space*

Brockingto
n

Manzoni Building

Day 2

Prison letter writing activity at 18:00 in the Purple Lounge
Dinner at 19:30 at Mount Gurkha, 31 Ashby Rd, Loughborough LE11 3AA (all welcome)
9:00 to 10:30

Facilitator: Black Pigeons Collective

9:00 to 10:30

K1.09 Anarcho-feminist histories stream [Panel 3]



Purple Lounge Prison letter writing workshop (introduction)

Who are Las Piqueteras? A study of the organisation through the lens of Argentinian feminism.
Walter Alesci-Chelini
UK Suffragettes, an Approximation of Property
Virginia Lazaro
The influence of Emma Goldman in the Italian anarchist debate
Carlotta Pedrazzini

K1.05 Theory stream [Panel 1]
Doctrine Formation and Normative Violence in International Migration
Christina Oelgemoller
The Feminist Critique of ‘Liberal Man’ also applies to Philosophical Anarchism
Ole Martin Sandberg
Practicing the theory: Analysing the language of the Syndikalistischer Frauenbund
Mihael Švitek

U0.05 Anarchist and Feminist Visions in Utopian and Post-apocalyptic Fiction
Convenor: Peter Seyferth
Female leadership and gender in post-apocalyptic fiction
Jasmin Hammon
Patriarchy, Matriarchy, Anarchy - or...? Spinrad’s A World Between
Martin Wambsganß



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Wimmin in Anarchy. A Survey of Gender Construction in Literary Utopias
Dr. phil. Peter Seyferth

U0.06 Creating Self-Reproducing Movements [Panel 1]
Convenors: Alessandro Froldi & Arianna Introna
If “no movement can survive unless it is concerned with the reproduction of its members,” how can we bring
forward analysis, practices and organizations that can produce (and reproduce) dynamics of social change?
Speakers: Introductory remarks by Alessandro Froldi/Arianna Introna, Arianna Introna, Lynne Friedli

10:45 to 12:15

K1.09 Creating Self-Reproducing Movements [Panel 2]
Convenors: Alessandro Froldi & Arianna Introna

10:45 to 12:15

If “no movement can survive unless it is concerned with the reproduction
of its members,” how can we bring
forward analysis, practices and organizations that can produce (and reproduce) dynamics of social change?
Speakers: Alessandro Froldi, Cailean Gallagher & Sacha Kahir

K1.05 Theory stream [Panel 2]
Implications of Badiouian Work for Anarchist Philosophy and Activist Practice
Amanda Earley
Women Who Run With the Wolves, or: Considering Subject Groups and the Wolf Pack in the Production of
Gendered Subjectivities
Chantelle Gray van Heerden

U0.05 Gender and sexuality stream [Panel 1]
Queer cases unmake gendered law, or, Fucking law’s gendering function
Grietje Baars
Doing Justice Without Punishment: Queer/feminist/antiracist engagements with community accountability and
transformative justice
Sarah Lamble
Lads or fags?: Challenging the reification of masculinity in the provision of services for male survivors of
sexual violence
Jack Johnstone

U0.06 Anarchism and animal liberation [Panel 1]
Convenors: Livia Boscardin, Will Boisseau & Richard J White
For Spatial Emancipation in Critical Animal Studies: a veganarchist politics
Richard J White & Simon Springer
Naturism and biopolitical resistance in Brazil: a reading of Lima Barreto
Nádia Farage
Multi-species Commons: Walking with dogs and the development of ‘posthuman community’
Erika Cudworth
Radical Animal Studies, Total Liberation, and Anarchist Criminology
Anthony J. Nocella II

12:30 to 14:00 (Lunch period)

Purple Lounge Prison letter writing workshop
Facilitator: Black Pigeons Collective



12:30 to 14:00
7

14:00 to 15:30

14:00 to 15:30

K1.09 Anarchism and religion stream [Panel 2: Non-feminist themes]

Sparking the Pacifist Imagination by Depicting the Familiar as New: The Subversive Potential of Leo Tolstoy’s
‘Defamiliarisation’
Dr Alexandre Christoyannopoulos

Jodo Shinsu: Buddhism Against the State in Japan
Enrique Galván-Álvarez
Rudolf Rocker and the Fate of the English Radical Bible
James Crossley

K1.05 Reflections stream [Panel 2]
Safer Spaces: Reflections on the Anarchist Federation’s experience
Emma Segar
Occupy: The making of a feminist anarchist
Mary Hickok
participate, perform, burn out
Claire Chong

U0.05 Gender & sexuality stream [Panel 2]
Everyday Practices of Degrowth and Gender Justice - Challenges of Mutual Aid and Care (Work)
Mike Korsonewski
Feminist Politics of Non-monogamy, Polyamory and the Value of Erotic Autonomy
Christian Klesse

U0.06 Anarchism and animal liberation stream [Panel 2]
Chickens, Cows, and Women: Towards the More-than-woman
Catherine Oliver
Including Anti-Speciesism in our Anarcha-Feminism: Towards an Ahuman Activism
Aga Trzak
The Third (Forgotten) Part in the Process of the dehumanisation: Animals
Lex Kartane

15:45 to 17:45

K1.09 Anarcho-feminist histories stream [Panel 4]

15:45 to 17:45

Anarchism Prefigured? Mary Wollstonecraft, Social Institutions and the Politics of Recognition
Anthony Burns
Gender and Revolution in the mid-19th century French-American Radical Press
Hilary Gordon

Can anarchist societies overcome white middle-class male privilege? Gender, race and class in post-1968
libertarian communities
Luca Lapolla

K1.05 Gender & sexuality stream [Panel 3]
“Queer thinking” in the early twentieth century Chinese anarchism



8

Miha Fugina
“Free love” between patriarchy, homophobia and liberation
Maurice Schuhmann
Against Political Polyamory and In Defence of Free Love
Molly Uzzell

U0.05 Conceptual approaches stream [Panel 2]
Convenor: Benjamin Franks, chair: Nathan Jun
Reform
Leonard Williams
Revolution
Uri Gordon
Prefiguration
Benjamin Franks

U0.06 Anarchism and animal liberation [Discussion Session]
Discussants: Paul Stott & Jacqui
“Has the militant animal rights movement in Britain declined?” Two perspectives on how and why…

18:00 to 18:30

Purple Lounge Prison letter writing workshop
Facilitator: Black Pigeons Collective

18:00 to 18:30




9

Brocking Manzoni Building
ton

Day 3

Friday 16th September
9:00 - 10:30

10:45 - 12:15

12:30 - 14:00

Entrance and outside

Closing Plenary
Prison letter writing
workshop

Purple lounge
Language centre & kitchen

14:00 - 15:30

Refreshments

K1.09 (33 cap.)

Lunch

Refreshments
Anarchist histories 2

K1.05 (45 cap.)

Anarchist histories 1

Radical education
workshop

U0.05 (70 cap. multi-level)

Anarchy Rules!
workshop

Theory 3

U0.06 (72 cap. one-level)

Conceptual approaches 3

Anarchist geographies

U1.12 (24 cap. one-level)

Open space*

Open space*

9:00 to 10:30

9:00 to 10:30

K1.05 Anarchist histories stream [Panel 1]
The ideas and activities of Kropotkin's Moscow League of Federalists
Sergey Saitanov, International Slavic Institute, Moscow



The Black Panthers in Britain: a History and Intersectional Anarchist Critique
Carlus Hudson
The Temptation of Evelyn Waugh: Portrait of the Artist as Tory Anarchist
Peter Wilkin

U0.05 Anarchy Rules! workshop
Facilitators: Ruth Kinna, Alex Prichard & Thomas Swann
Why bother with rules when non-dominating processes support anarchist organising? We think that rules can
help anarchists, to decide why some processes are better than others, to be clear about the way we want to live and
how we want to interact with others. We'll be discussing:
What principles anarchists do/should advocate
How, if at all, these principles support the generation of rules
How, if at all, the idea of anarchy helps give content to rules (what's distinctive about anarchist rules?)
What rules anarchists can agree to, to help resolve disputes

U0.06 Conceptual approaches stream [Panel 3]
Convenor & chair: Benjamin Franks
Freedom
Nathan Jun
Agency
David Bates
Intersectionality
Surreyya

10:45 to 12:15

K1.09 Anarchist histories stream [panel 2]
Anarchists, Syndicalists and the First World War
Dr hist. Vadim Damier, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow



10:45 to 12:15

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