Category Archives: KONFERENCIJA

novembar
19
2016.

Demokratska tranzicija u Španiji i Srbiji: iskustva i paralele

DEMOKRATSKA TRANZICIJA

Regionalni naučni centar Instituta za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju u Novom Sadu organizuje skup Demokratska tranzicija u Španiji i Srbiji: iskustva i paralele, koji će se održati u subotu, 19. novembra 2016. od 13 časova u prostoriji Tribina mladih Kulturnog centra Novog Sada (Katolička porta 5).

Tema konferencije:

Nasleđa Španije i Srbije iz 20. veka vrlo su slična i postoje mnoga pitanja koja mogu da budu komparativno pokrenuta: (ne)učešće u „trećem talasu“ globalne demokratizacije, pitanje autonomija i decentralizacije, nacionalno pomirenje (levi i desni), terorizam (ETA – OVK), nasleđe građanskog rata (1936–1939; 1941–1945), iskustvo multikulturalizma, institucionalni kapacitet za transformaciju i izlazak iz autoritativnog političkog sistema, suočavanje sa kultom ličnosti (Franko – Tito), fenomen traume gubitkom teritorija, itd.

Učesnici:
dr Zoran Krstić, Fakultet političkih nauka u Beogradu
Silvija Monros Stojaković, književnica i prevoditeljka
dr Ksenija Šulović, Filozofski fakultet u Novom Sadu
mr Trivo Inđić, ambasador Jugoslavije u Španiji (2001-2004)

Moderator:
Miloš Ćipranić

septembar
22-23
2016.

Transition without Justice

“Transition without Justice?”

Belgrade and Novi Sad, 22-23 September 2016

Transitional justice has established itself as a relatively puzzling and comprehensive problem in the modern theories of justice. Its range has expanded from the justice meted out for war crimes and other crimes committed in situations of state disintegration or transformation, marked by institutional crises, to any kind of institutional justice which arises from changing social, political, ideological and value circumstances and assumptions. Thus the scope of the concept of transitional justice is influenced by the breath of understanding of ‘transition’.

This conference is triggered by the publication, in 2015, of the book authored by Klaus Bachmann and Aleksandar Fatic, The UN International Criminal Tribunals: Transition without Justice? (Routledge, 2015).

septembar
26-28
2016.

Politics of Enmity: Can Nation Ever be Emancipatory?

5th International Conference
of the Group for Social Engagement Studies
Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University in Belgrade

POLITICS OF ENMITY: CAN NATION EVER BE EMANCIPATORY?

http://enmitypolitics.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/

Belgrade, 26-28 September 2016

jun
27-28
2016.

Ruska misao o događaju: filozofski i kulturni aspekti

Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju Univerziteta u Beogradu, Centar za etiku, pravo i primenjenu filozofiju (CELAP) i Filološki fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu vas pozivaju da prisustvujete

Međunarodnoj naučnoj konferenciji

RUSKA MISAO O DOGAĐAJU:
FILOZOFSKI I KULTURNI ASPEKTI

Konferencija će se održati u ponedeljak i utorak 27. i 28. juna 2016. godine, u konferencijskoj sali na I spratu Instituta za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju i u Ruskom centru Filološkog fakulteta u Beogradu.

Jezik konferencije je ruski.

Program konferencije je dostupan ovde.

jun
24-25
2016.

The 14th International Law and Ethics Conference Series (ILECS)

The 14th International Law and Ethics Conference Series (ILECS)

Borders and Frontiers – Space(s) of Life and Cause for Conflicts and Wars

Belgrade, June 24-25, 2016

Četrnaesta ILECS konferencija biće posvećena problemu teritorija i posebno granica kao uzroka konflikata i ratova. Prostor i njegova omeđenost su, kao izvor sigurnosti i uređenosti zajedničkog života, oduvek bili značajni za ljude. Definisana teritorijalnost pospešuje efikasnost u delanju ostvarivanja postavljenih ciljeva, omogućava planiranje i izbegavanje konflikata, tako da se može reći da su granice država potrebne za normalnu artikulaciju pravnih normi i, kao i same te norme, normativno se tretiraju kao sakrosanktne. To naravno otvara teško pitanje njihove nepromenljivosti i mogućeg načina opravdavanja eventualne promene kada teritorije više ne odgovaraju artikulaciji stvarnog zajedničkog života bilo da je to zbog promene određenja zajedništva i promene zakona (pre svega zbog promene suštine kolektivnog identiteta kao one zakonodavne volje preko koje se definiše šta je “naše” a šta “njihovo”), ili zbog drugih promena u stvarnom prostoru. Te promene mogu da idu na dva nivoa, kao promena granica i kao promena onih čije su to granice. Sloboda kretanja i granice te slobode tako dobijaju veoma složene forme. Raspolaganje prostorom koje je, pored raspolaganja vremenom, osnova svih prava postaje stvar artikulacije ovlašćenja i, konačno, prava na odbranu kao konačnog opravdanja teritorijalnosti. Opravdanje odbrane povlači zatim opravdanje sukoba i ratova, upravo onoga što se ograničenjem prostora u definisane teritorije i uspostavljanjem zakona na njima pokušava izbeći.

Program konferencije (PDF)

maj
4-6
2016.

Social Justice: New Perspectives, New Horizons

Četvrta međunarodna konferencija Grupe za studije angažovanosti

Instituta za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, Univerziteta u Beogradu

Socijalna pravda: nove perspektive, novi horizonti

http://socialjustice.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/

Beograd,
4-6. maj 2016.

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Celokupan program konferencije možete naći na adresi: http://socialjustice.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/schedule/.

novembar
19-21
2015.

Judith Butler

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Džudit Batler (Berkli Univerzitet u Kaliforniji) je Maksin Eliot profesorka na Odeljenju za komparativnu književnost i na Programu kritičke teorije – čiji je jedan od direktora osnivača – na Berkli univerzitetu u Kaliforniji. Doktorirala je filozofiju na Univerzitetu Jejl 1984. godine. Autorka je, između ostalog i sledećih knjiga: Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (1990), Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of “Sex” (1993), The Psychic Life of Power: Theories of Subjection (1997), Excitable Speech (1997), Antigone’s Claim: Kinship Between Life and Death (2000), Precarious Life: Powers of Violence and Mourning (2004); Undoing Gender (2004), Who Sings the Nation-State?: Language, Politics, Belonging (sa Gajatri Spivak, 2008), Frames of War: When Is Life Grievable? (2009), Is Critique Secular? (zajedno sa Talalom Asadom, Vendi Braun i Sabom Mahud, 2009), Sois Mon Corps (2011), u koautorstvu s Katrin Malabu (Catherine Malabou). Među njenim najnovijim knjigama izdvajaju se: Parting Ways: Jewishness and the Critique of Zionism (2012) i Dispossession: The Performative in the Political, napisana zajedno s Atenom Atanasiu (Athena Athanasiou) (2013), Senses of the Subject (2015). Poslednja knjiga, Notes Toward a Performative Theory of Assembly, objavljena je u novembru 2015.

Batler je takođe aktivistkinja na polju rodnih i seksualnih politika, kao i ljudskih prava i atniratne politike; članica je savetodavnog odbora Jevrejskog glasa za mir (Jewish Voice for Peace). Dobitnica je Andrew Mellon nagrade za izuzetan akademski dorpinos humanističkim naukama (2009-2013). Takođe su joj uručene nagarade Teodor Adorno, grada Frankfurta (2012) za doprinos feminističkoj i moralnoj filozofiji, Brudner nagrada univerziteta Jejl za životni doprinos gej i lezbijskim studijama, kao i nagrada istraživačkog predavača kalifornijskog univerziteta Berkli 2005. godine.

Interview with Judith Butler, Belgrade, 2015

Vulnerability/Resistance

novembar
19-21
2015.

How to act together: From collective engagement to protest

         Keynote lecture

        Judith Butler (University of California, Berkeley)

TITLE: Vulnerability/Resistance

novembar
19-21
2015.

How to Act together: From Collective Engagement to Protest

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3rd International conference of the

Group for Social Engagement Studies, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory

Center for Advanced Studies in Southeastern Europe (CAS – SEE), University of Rijeka

How to Act together: From Collective Engagement to Protest

Belgrade, November 19-21, 2015

http://htat.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/

The conference will explore the broad issue of action – in its various sociological and philosophical traditions – and the particular question of collective engagement in its contemporary forms of protest assemblies.

The question of action and human agency has been extensively debated in social theories of the 20th century. The pendulum moved many times from perspectives emphasizing social and economic determinants to those embracing human rationality, self-reflexivity and the ability to actively construct social reality. While some of the pioneer studies of action focused predominantly on micro-contexts and behavior of actors in concrete situations, the crucial question that social theory is facing today is how to once again shift the analysis from the level of individual action to the macrostructural one, i.e. the level of the ’behaviour of the social systems’ – a shift which would escape the simple structural determinism of action and offer at least a horizon of the possible synthesis of the two analytical planes. The issues that interest us most in this respect concern the prospects of articulating social critique and reconceptualizing the ’political’ from the perspective of individual and group action.

How does one conceptualize adequately the ’everyday’ action of individuals? What is the actual potential of concrete and engaged, albeit fragmented actions in bringing about general, systemic social change? Can social theory build on the actors’ own accounts of their action as the grounds for the critique of power and domination? Finally, could we say that social theory amounts to no more than a methodologically adequate description of the potential for social critique inherent in everyday social action, or can it be an independent constituent of social engagement that brings about progressive change?

The question of action and agency was given a new impetus with recent waves of popular protests ranging from the so-called Arab spring to Occupy movements to anti-austerity protests. We want to see how these acts of collective engagement could be analyzed and interpreted within different traditions of thinking about action. Reversely, we also want to explore different impacts these new forms of engagement may have on theories of action. In particular, we wish to incite a debate on contemporary collective protests and theory of performativity, as it is advanced in Judith Butler’s forthcoming book (Notes Toward a Performative Theory of Assembly), where it is revised to include “concerted actions of the body”. What are the ways in which physical bodies can act in politics? How are we (and are we?) transforming and influencing the public and the politics by employing embodied ways of coming together? Finally, is precarity (precarious bodies) becoming a dominant force of protest, as Butler argues, or, on the contrary, is it the very obstacle to systemic change (tantamounting to “reserve army of labour”)?

 

 

novembar
20-22
2014.

Identitet – približavanja ontologiji socijalnoga

Druga međunarodna konferencija iz niza „Približavanja ontologiji socijalnoga – fenomenološki pristupi“ (Annäherungen an eine Ontologie des Sozialen – Phänomenologische Zugänge) pod naslovom Identitet   približavanja ontologiji socijalnoga baviće se u uvodnom delu pojmovnim i fenomenološko-metodološkim preliminarnim sporazumevanjem o poziciji ove teme u povesti ideja, u savremenom diskursu i u fenomenološkom pogledu na ovu temu.

Polazeći od toga, konferencija će se posvetiti pažnju i medijalizovanju socijalnoga u pogledu na identitet, kao i na političku dimenziju teme. Ukoliko se pretpostavi da „medijalizovanje“ obuhvata komunikativne forme u kojima se pokazuju i diferenciraju tri tematska polja – takoreći načine u kojima se oblikuju odnos prema svetu, samoodnos i intersubjektivni odnos – onda politički aspekt označava posebnu kategoriju koju karakteriše upravo diferenciranje i napetost u odnosu na pitanje identiteta, na primer u kolonijalizovanju fenomena identiteta kroz aspekte moći.

oktobar
8-10
2015.

Liberalisms and Antiliberalisms – Challenges and Alternatives, međunarodni program

Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, u saradnji s „Forum Könyvkiadó Intézet” (Novi Sad / Újvidék), „Central European University” (Budimpešta / Budapest), „Híd Kör Egyesület” (Novi Sad / Újvidék) organizuje međunarodnu konferenciju

Liberalisms and Antiliberalisms – Challenges and Alternatives

8-10. oktobar 2015.

“…the contemporary debate within modern political systems are almost exclusively between conservative liberals, liberal liberals, and radical liberals. There is little place in such political systems for the criticism of the system itself, that is, for putting liberalism in question.”

(Alasdair MacIntyre)

“Are we condemned only to choose between the liberal past and the even more outdated and bygone preliberal times (and their tragic parodies)?”

(G. M. Tamás)

Polazišna tačka konferencije je potreba da se o liberalizmu i njegovim protivnicma govori u pluralu: liberalizmi i antiliberalizmi. Za razliku od kvazikonsenzualnog odnosa prema liberalizmu pro et contra, valjalo bi imati u vidu heterogenost liberalizma.

jun
22-27
2015.

Reflections on Capitalism

Reflections on Capitalism

June 22nd – 27th 2015

A week of lectures, round tables and open discussions including the 2nd International Conference of the Group for Social Engagement Studies

Thinking Beyond Capitalism”, 24th – 26th June

The events are organized by the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory and the French Institute in Serbia, in cooperation with the Center for Ethics, Law and Applied Philosophy (CELAP) and Center for Advanced Studies in Southeastern Europe (CAS – SEE). All events are open to the public.

Description

How is it at all possible to make sound statements about contemporary capitalism? How does one adequately diagnose the current state of the economy? Clearly there is no consensus whether the financial crisis which culminated in 2007-2008 should be seen as a symptom of the structural crisis of neoliberal capitalism only, or of capitalism in general. Moreover, one should keep in mind that the term ’crisis’ is itself laden with different ideologems.