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Socialisme en acte. Socialisme de lutte 1

Le socialisme en acte. Socialismes de lutte 1 Modérateurs : Héloïse Kiriakou et Frank Georgi  Intervenants :  Pauline Bernard (IMAF-Aix/IFRA-Nairobi), « Être dans le peuple comme un poisson dans l’eau » : le syncrétisme idéologique du National Resistance Movement et la guerre du peuple prolongée en Ouganda (1981-1986) Elara Bertho (Université Paris3), Un bréviaire du socialisme en chansons (Zimbabwe 1964-1980) Sebastian Pampuch (Humboldt University Berlin), Socialist opposition from the exile : the example of Malawi Jakob Zollmann (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung), Socialism as Entanglement. The Namibian – East German Experience, ca. ...
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Socialisme International

Socialisme international Modérateurs : Sabine Dullin et Constantin Katsakioris Intervenants :  Eric Burton (University of Vienna), Socialisms between cooperation and competition. The case of relations between Tanzania and East Germany Steffi Marung (University of Leipzig), African Socialism through Soviet Eyes : The Africanists’ Perspective (1920s to 1970s) Lynn Schler (Ben Gurion University), The Limits of Solidarity : The Politics of Israeli Assistance in Zambian Cooperatives, 1966-1973
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Cascadia: Emergence of a Bioregional Culture in the Pacific Northwest / Julie Celnik

Cascadia: Emergence of a Bioregional Culture in the Pacific Northwest / Julie Celnik, in symposium international "Regional Becomings in North America" organisé, sous la responsabilité scientifique de Wendy Harding (Cultures Anglo-Saxonnes (CAS), Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France) et Nancy Cook (University of Montana, USA), Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, 7-8 avril 2016. Session 2: Bioregional Becomings II.The Pacific Northwest is known as the greenest part of North America – literally, with the Evergreen Forest, but also culturally, with a strong environmental awareness. Both Callenbach and Garreau, in the 1970-80’, described this region as a place where people live in ...
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Evolution of the Ecotopian Myth in the Pacific Northwest into a Culture of Sustainability / Steven Reed Johnson

Evolution of the Ecotopian Myth in the Pacific Northwest into a Culture of Sustainability / Steven Reed Johnson, in symposium international "Regional Becomings in North America" organisé, sous la responsabilité scientifique de Wendy Harding (Cultures Anglo-Saxonnes (CAS), Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France) et Nancy Cook (University of Montana, USA), Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, 7-8 avril 2016. Session 2: Bioregional Becomings II.When Ernest Callenbach, author of Ecotopia, embarked on his first book tour in the Pacific Northwest in 1975, Portland, Oregon was hardly an exemplary sustainable community. Callenbach's book tour was sponsored by Rain magazine, a pioneering journal of ...
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