Program in English

1st National Conference on Commons and
Social and Solidarity Economy in Greece, 4-7/5/2017 A.U.Th.

 

PROGRAM

 

4/5/2017

 

13.30-14.30

1st Session

 

 

 

Αnastasia Poulou

Public vs Private: Overcoming the distinction
through Solidarity Economy

 

 

Christina Sakali

Post-crisis, post-capitalist social and cooperative
economy in Greece: a deconstruction methodology proposed

 

 

Οrestis Varkarolis, Daniel King, Vagelis Gkagkelis

The researcher-researched relationship within
solidarity economy research and Responsive Action Research

 

 

 

14.30-15.00

Διάλειμμα

 

 

15.00-17.00

2nd Session

 

 

Loukianos Hassiotis

The venture of collectivization during the Spanish Civil
War: historiographic approaches

 

Georgios Lieros

Small Family Property and the Commons

 

 

Petros Petridis

Gift economies, free labour and intellectual
property in the context of Peer to Peer Networks and Massively Multiplayer
Online Games

 

 

 

3rd Session

 

 

Stelios Lekakis

Cultural Heritage in the realm of the commons

 

 

Μaria Markou, Alexis Ioannou

Who does the common heritage belong to?

 

 

 

17.00-17.30

Διάλειμμα

 

 

17.30-18.30

4th Session

 

 

Nicholas Anastasopoulos

Practices of participation and Peer Production

Ports in Transition: Imagining alternative futures

 

 

Μichael Bourgos

Social and Solidarity Economy, Local Communities and
Regional Administration: Their Interaction as a crucial Factor for
Productivity Restructuring

 

Georgia Kanellopoulou

The DAFNI Network of Sustainable Greek Islands and
its role in the enhancement of the Social & Solidarity Economy at local
level

 

 

 

 

 

 

18.30-19.30

5th Session

 

 

Stavriani Koutsou,
Maria Partalidou

Farmers and markets without intermediates: benefits,
conflicts, threats

 

 

Christabel Buchanan

Collaboration and Autonomy in Alternative Economies
of Food

 

 

Μatina Kanaki, Olivia Kyriakidou

Understanding and Legitimisation Processes in the
Service of Social Transformation: An in-depth case study of the social and
solidarity economy in the field of agricultural production

 

 

 

 

5/5/2017

 

10.00-11.30

6th Session_ Enclosures, Knowledge Commons and
Social Justice:

Towards a methodology of the commons

 

Maria Bareli-Gaglia

 

 

 

Manuel Callahan

Insurgent Learning and Convivial Research:
Reclaiming Commons and Regenerating Community

 

 

Betsy Taylor

Land, fossil capital, and the State in the U.S.: The
Appalachian Land Study and the linked struggles for knowledge, water, and
land commons

 

 

Kathryn Newfont

Deep Listening: Exploring Oral History as a Commons
Methodology

 

 

Louisa Parks, Elsa Tsioumani

Exploring the legal concept of fair and equitable
benefit-sharing for the protection of global and local commons:
methodological challenges and preliminary findings

 

 

11.30-12.00

Διάλειμμα

 

 

12.00-13.30

7th session

 

 

Μarina Papadaki, Stefania Kalogeraki

Exploring
Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) during Recessionary Times in Greece

 

Konstantina Zoehrer

Social Entrepreneurship in Southeastern Europe –
Comparative Analysis Of

The Cases of Croatia, Serbia and Greece

 

 

Christina Kontaxi, Fivos Tsavaropoulos, Sotiris Dimos, Spiros Kinias

Adaptive Management in Social Economy Enterprises, the case
study of Paths of Greece

 

 

 

Ιοrdanis Paraskevas

The hierarchy (?) and the employment relations that
develop at self-managed cooperatives: the cases of ‘Krikos’ and ‘sto Dafni’

 

 

 

13.30-14.30

Διάλειμμα

 

14.30-16.30

8th session

 

 

Αlexandros Papageorgiou

Networks of knowledge sharing for the application of
co-housing and collective ownership models in Athens

 

 

Ι. Gaitanidis, Ε. Papadopoulou,
S. Shao-Kobayashi

Cooperative learning in local development : The
case of GSP of Greece Japan

 

 

Sotiris Lainas, Kostas Fragiadakis

From self-help/mutual aid practices in addiction
treatment, to Social and Solidarity Economy practices, towards a process of
sustainable integration: Theoretical issues and examples of practices

 

 

 

9th session

 

 

Irene Sotiropoulou

Hijacked solidarity:
A story
and resistance and suppression in
Greek capitalist patriarchy

 

Panagiota Bampatzimopoulou

Theories of the commons: Gendered entwinements and
significations

 

 

 

 

 

16.30-17.00

Διάλειμμα

 

 

 

17.00-18.30

10th session

 

 

Kostis Tsitselikis

Ecumenical commons in international law: the limits
of impossible or an occasion for a breakthrough?

 

Thomas Gr. Papadopoulos

The legal framework of the European Cooperative
Society

 

 

 

Christos Vantzos

Supervision of the service of the Social and
Solidarity Economy forms. The department of S.S.E.’s observation and control.
Alternative forms of democratic self-control.

 

 

Sofia Adam

Social Solidarity Economy in the Greek legal framework:
vision, drivers and synergies

 

 

 

6/5/2017

 

10.30-12.00

11th Session

 

 

George Chatzinakos

Urban Experiments in Times of Crisis: The Case of
Svolou’s Neighbourhood Initiative in Thessaloniki/Greece

 

 

Paschalis Arvanitids, Fotini Nasioka

Urban open spaces and self-governance in Greece

 

Iordanis Stylidis

The urban block

 

 

 

Giorgos Gritzas, Eirini-Erifyli Tzekou

Place, community and networking in the approaches of
alternative economic and political spaces and community economies

 

 

 

12.00-12.30

Διάλειμμα

 

 

12.30-14.00

12th Session

 

 

Yiannis Zaimakis

Narratives
of crisis, autonomy, and the commons within solidarity economy collectivities

 

Costas Galanopoulos

Cooperation as prefiguration and example.
Possibilities for a non-coercive road for the theories of social
transformation.

 

Antonios Broumas

Value Circulation and Value Pooling within and
beyond the Commons

 

Εvangelos Papadimitropoulos

On the Barriers and Contradictions of the Commons

 

14.00-15.00

Διάλειμμα

 

15.00-16.30

13th Session

 

 

 

 

Αpostolos Georgiou, Yeorgyios
Stamboulis

Social
capital and cooperative enterprises: an institutional approach

 

 

 

Effie Amanatidou, Dimitri Gagliardi, Deborah Cox

Societal engagement: towards a typology of social
innovation

 

Antonios Avgeris, Achilleas Kontogeorgos, Panagiota Sergaki

Reciprocity in Trade: An Empirical Investigation
with Experimental Economics Methods

 

Elena Antonopoulou, Christos Chondros

The commons, as affects and models of alternative
possibilities in the financial and cultural production

 

16.30-17.00

Διάλειμμα

 

 

17.00-18.30

14th Session

 

 

Alexandros Kioupkiolis

The ‘commons’ as a project of social transformation:
the lack of the political and the post-hegemonic strategy

 

 

Theodoros Karyotis

Within, against and beyond the state and the market:
the commons as a transformative force

 

 

Κarolos Iosif Kavoulakos

The alterity of alternative exchange networks: the
Greek case

 

 

Lila Leontidou

Τhe
Commons and the Social and Solidarity Economy as precursors of a
post-capitalist Geography

 

 

 

7/5/2017

 

10.00-11.30

15th Session

 

 

Charalampos Tsavdaroglou, Panos-Arion Hatziprokopiou

Τhe moving populations right to housing. State-run
camps and emerging housing commons in Athens and Thessaloniki

 

 

Εlisavet Thoidou, Dimitris Foutakis

Urban gardens, public space and the spatial planning
framework

 

 

 

 

Christy Petropoulou, Maria Tzannetou

The self-organized urban gardens from the perspective
of buen vivir (well being), the commons and the collaborative solidarity
economy in Mexico City

 

 

Μatina Abatzi, Christy Petropoulou

Public Space
of cities as a space
of creating commons: From the
historical movement of Mexican muralistas to the modern muralistas of Athens and Mexico

 

 

11.30-12.30

Διάλειμμα

 

 

12.30-14.00

16th Session

 

 

Εirini-Erifyli Tzekou, Giorgos
Gritzas

Convergences and divergences between postdevelopment and degrowth

 

 

Αlexandros Korpas Prelorentzos, Despina Sdrali,
Konstantinos Abeliotis, Helen Theodoropoulou

Voluntary De-growth: Detection of voluntary
simplicity in urban other-space (heterotopia) of economy

 

 

Dimitris Foutakis

From sustainable development to degrowth: questions
and requirements

 

Dimitris Chalastanis

Resilience: A calling made from whom, to whom?

14.00-14.15

 

Διάλειμμα

 

14.15-15.30

17th Session

 

 

Αndreas Lioumpas, Aimilia Vilou, Panagiota
Bampatzimopoulou

Τhe ‘Chinese paradigm’ and the global practices of
public goods’ enclosure. The concession contract of Piraeus Port Authority S.A.
as a case study.

 

Stella Tselepi

The necessity of an Urban Commons in Glasgow as an
Urban Design Pattern

 

 

 

Κοsmas Gavras

Digital (Open) Design Commons

 

Nick Kalligas, Spilios Iliopoulos

Participatory Planning for Pocket Parks as a tool of
Central Urban Area Revitalization: The case of the Historical Centre of
Thessaloniki

 

Konstantinos Laliotis

Ensuring the right to the city of people in a
wheelchair

 

 

 

 

 

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