- Why did Guattari turn his attention to these fields, and what did he produce in them?
- What forms did his activism take in the 1970s and 80s, and of what relevance are they today?
Rare archival film and audio footage from these periods will be screened to accompany discussions of Guattari’s adventures in media activism.
- Franco Berardi, Academy of Fine Arts, Milan 'Chaosmotic Sensibility and Ethics’
- Dr. Gary Genosko, Lakehead University ‘Banking on Félix: Refashioning Low Threshold Semiosis Through A-Signifying Particle-Signs’
- Professor Barbara Glowczewski, Écoles des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales ‘Passion According to Guattari: Attractors and Detractors in Anthropology’
- Professor Monique David Ménard, Université de Paris VII Denis-Diderot ‘Guattari and “Collective Assemblages of Enunciation”’
- Dr. Anne Querrien, Université de Paris XV-Evry Val d'Essonne ‘Mapping in an N-Dimensional Plane’
- Professor Brian Massumi, University of Montreal ‘Always Having Been, For the First Time: Emergence and Eternality in the Work of Guattari’
- Professor Peter Pal Pelbart, Catholic University of Sao Paolo ‘Re-founding the Unconscious upon Deterritorialization’
- Dr. Anne Sauvagnargues, École Normale Supérieure ‘Politics of the Face’
- Dr. Stephen Zepke, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna ‘To Remake the Readymade: Guattari and Duchamp’
- Professor François Dosse, History, Institut Universitaire de Formations des Maitres de l’Académie de Créteil 'Guattari with Deleuze’
Further information is available here: http://www.mdx.ac.uk/www/CRMEP/EVENTS/TheGuattariEffect.htm.