DESIRING JUST ECONOMIES / JUST ECONOMIES OF DESIRE
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THURSDAY, 24 June 2010

     
14:00
Opening
14:30
Lisa Duggan: Feeling Neoliberal
15:15
Break
15:30
Bringing Desire into Economy
Randi Gressgård (Facilitator)
Gundula Ludwig: Desiring Ambivalences of Desires
Evangeline Heiliger: When “The Economy” Isn’t Enough: A Feminist Desire for Economic Bodies
Oishik Sircar: Two Histories of Desire: Who Speaks For ‘Indian’ Sexualities?
Circulating Desires
María do Mar Castro Varela (Facilitator)
Paul Bonin-Rodriguez: Staging Queer Economies: Desire and the Performance Space
Bobby Benedicto: Bright Lights, Fast Bodies: Mobility, Complicity, Gay Manila
Ghassan Moussawi: Queering the Paris of the Middle East, or the Promise of a Queer Beirut
17:15
Break
17:45
What’s the Role of Desire in Economy? (Common Discussion, facilitated by Christoph Holzhey)
19:30
Irene Leon: Resignification of Diversities in 21st Century Societal Changes
20:30
Reception
21:30
Film Screening (optional)

 

FRIDAY, 25 June 2010

10:00
Global Economies of Desire
Christina Schramm (Facilitator)
Laurie Marhoefer: The Queer Empire: Nineteenth Century Legacies for Twenty-First Century Economies
Aeyal Gross: "Thinking Is in the Grey Area”: Family, Home, Gender and Diaspora in the Paper Dolls
Maja Horn: The Currencies of Queer in the Dominican Republic
Neoliberal Logics - Effects and Affects
Franziska Bergmann (Facilitator)
Akhil Katyal: Just Asking for Love: Indian Men on Planet Romeo
Serena Guarracino: Justify My Love: Theorizing a Musical Economy of Desire
Kim Surkan: Queer Babymaking and the Economy of New Reproductive Technologies
11:45
Break
12:15
Is there Anything Queer about Globalized Neoliberal Economies? (Common Discussion, facilitated by Volker Woltersdorff)
13:45
Lunch Break
15:00
Developing In/Just Economies
Nina Schulz
(Facilitator)
Julie Passanante Elman/Robert McRuer: Interdependency, Rehabilitation, and Necropolitics: Dis/ability and Desire in the Emergent Global Order
Susie Jolly: Not a Luxury: Sexuality in Development

Deregulating Heternormativity?
Eva von Redecker (Facilitator)
Christine Decker: Queering the Welfare State?! How the Nursing Care Insurance Reform in Germany in 2008 is Complicit with and Resistant to Neoliberal Welfare State Restructuring
Matteo Pasquinelli: The Just Masochism of the Imaginary: The Bicephalous Economy of Desire between Mass Media and Internet Pornography
Margot Weiss: Unpacking the Toy Bag: Commodity and Power Exchange in BDSM Communities
16:45
Break
17:00
Ratna Kapur: Out of the Colonial Closet and Stuck Inside the (Neo)Liberal Box: Marketing Desire and the Legal Regulation of Sexual Subjectivity in Postcolonial India
17:45
Amalia Fischer-Pfaeffle: Notes about Paradoxes, Complexity, Philanthropy for Social Justice and Autonomy for LGBT Movements
18:30
Break
19:00
How Do Sexual Justice and Economic Justice Intersect? (Common Discussion, facilitated by Nikita Dhawan and Shalini Randeria)

 

SATURDAY, 26 June 2010

10:00
Coffee & Croissants
10:45
Desiree Lewis: Global Politics and Same-Sex in Southern Africa
11:30
Break
11:45
Desires Exceeding Commodification
Katharina Pühl (Facilitator)
Sonja Mönkedieck/Rhoda Tretow: Neo-Liberal Deregulation of the Separation of Economies and Desires - Monkeydick-Productions Performing Praxeological and Discursive Scales of (In-)Justices.
Renate Lorenz: The Extensive Sexual Labor of Transtemporal Drag: Unguided Tour by Hannah Cullwick & Werner Hirsch
Diverse Economies of Desire?
Elahe Haschemi Yekani (Facilitator)
Kathrin Ganz/Do. Gerbig: Deconstructing Capitalism with Passion
Jamila M. H. Mascat: Can the Subaltern Desire? The Erotic as a Power and the Disempowerment of the Erotic
13:30
Lunch Break
15:00
Kevin Floyd: Neoliberalism and the Queer Persistence of Utopia
15:45
How Do Queer Politics Matter? How to Queer Global Economy? (Concluding Discussion, facilitated by Antke Engel)
17:15
Break
17:30
19:00
Break
19:30
Anne McClintock: Skin Hunger: A Chronicle of Sex, Desire, and Money