Program*

Program:

Monday, September 15th 

Welcoming words:
9h: Déborah Danowski (PUC-Rio)
9h05: Pe. Josafá Carlos de Siqueira (PUC-Rio’s President)
9h15: Brice Roquefeuil (General Consul of France in Rio)
9h20: Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (UFRJ)

9h25: Bruno Latour (Sciences Po, Paris) What does it mean to obey “the Laws of Gaia” in trying to keep up with the old imperative: “Natura non nisi parendo vincitur”?
10h10: discussion
10h40: round-table: Lesley Green (University of Cape Town) Fracking, Oikos and Omics in the Karoo: Reflections on South Africa’s reparative energy politics, Patrice Maniglier (Université de Paris-Ouest, Nanterre) Le tournant géologique de l’anthropologie
11h40: discussion
12h10 to 13h40: lunch
14h00: round-table: Déborah Danowski (PUC-Rio/CNPq) Perceptions of Climate Change, Eduardo Sterzi (Unicamp)
15h30: discussion
16h00: lecture: Mauro W.B. Almeida (Unicamp) End of the World Metaphysics and Pragmatic Encounters with Entropy
16h45: discussion

Tuesday, September 16th
9h: screening of original interview with Elizabeth Povinelli (Columbia University) shot especially for the colloquium
9h30: comments by Carlos Mondragon (Colmex)
9h45: discussion
10h15: round-table: Carlos Mondragon (Colmex) Indigenous knowledge as possibility and subversion: cross-cultural exchanges and the global climate crisis from a different point of viewAntonio Nobre (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, INPE) Os Fundamentos Belissimos da Vida na Regulação Planetária, Isabelle Stengers (Université Libre de Bruxelles) Gaia, the Urgency to Think (and Feel)
11h45: discussion
12h15 to 13h40: lunch
14h: round-table: Renzo Taddei (Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências Sociais, UnifespAltergeoengineering, Bronislaw Szerszynski (Lancaster University), Dipesh Chakrabarty [by videoconference]
15h30: discussion
16h: lecture: Alf Hornborg (Lund University) Does the Anthropocene Really Imply the End of Culture/Nature and Subject/Object Distinctions?
16h45: discussion

Wednesday, September 17th
9h: lecture: Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (UFRJ/CNPq) Revolution makes for beautiful weather
9h45: discussion
10h15: round-table: Alexandre Costa (UECE), José Augusto Pádua (UFRJ) O Dilema do Berço Esplêndido: o Brasil na História do AntropocenoMarcio Santilli (Instituto Socioambiental) O Brasil frente às perspectivas de um acordo internacional sobre a mudança climática em Paris
11h45: discussion
12h15 to 13h45: lunch
free afternoon

Thursday, September 18th
9h: screening of video by Donna Haraway (University of California, Santa Cruz), Tentacular Worldings in the Chtulucene
9h30: comments by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro
9h45: discussion
10h15: round-table: Peter Szendy (Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense) Ecologie et économie générale. Une lecture de BatailleAlexandre Nodari (Cultura e Barbárie) Limitar o limite: modos de subsistência
11h15: discussion
11h45 to 13h40: lunch
14h: round-table: Felipe Süssekind (PUC-Rio/ CAPES/FAPERJ) O jaguar e a chuva – notas sobre a extinçãoJuliana Fausto (doutoranda, PUC-Rio) Os desaparecidos do Antropoceno, Rondinelly Gomes de Medeiros (ASA-PB)
15h30: discussion
16h00: lecture: Vinciane Despret (Université de Liège, Bélgica) Démoraliser les moutons
16h45: discussion

Friday, September 19th
9h: lecture: Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui (Universidad Mayor de San Andrès, La Paz)
9h45: discussion
10h15: round-table: Ailton Krenak (Núcleo de Cultura Indígena, Serra do Cipó), Marco Antonio Valentim (UFPR) A sobrenatureza da catástrofe, Marcos Matos (UFAc) Cosmopolemos: notícias de uma guerra de mundos,
11h45: discussion
12h15 to 13h40: lunch
14h: round-table: Rodrigo Nunes (PUC-Rio) The Luxury of CommunismEmilie Hache (Universidade de Paris-Ouest La Défense) The futures men don’t see, Patrick Curry (University of  Wales, Lampeter) Defending Humanities in a Time of Ecocide
15h30: discussion
16h: Concluding remarks by Isabelle Stengers (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
16h45: discussion

*All activities will be simultaneously translated. In order to borrow earphones you will need to show an official document with your photo.

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