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The art of not being governed
James C. Scott na Península Ibérica
James C. Scott in Iberia
Publié le vendredi 13 avril 2012 par Marie Pellen
Over the last decades the works of James C. Scott have been an inspiration to many researchers all over the world. Major works such as The Moral Economy of the Peasant: Rebellion and Subsistence in Southeast Asia, Weapons of the Weak: Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance or Domination and the Arts of Resistance: Hidden Transcripts developed concepts, methodologies and theories that deeply influenced those who study social movements, agrarian societies or resistance struggles. More recently the books Seeing Like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed and the now published The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia further extended Scott’s influence upon social scientists. By gathering James C. Scott and a set of Iberian researchers, this workshop is the opportunity to discuss research mainly focused on Iberia and that closely deal with Scott’s legacies. It’s also the chance to have a conversation with Scott on his own trajectory from political science and anthropology to history, from moral economy to anarchism, etc.
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- Diego Palacios Cerezales,
- Diogo Duarte,
- José Manuel Sobral,
- José Mapril,
- José Neves,
- Lourenzo Fernández Prieto,
- Miguel Cabo
With the support of FCT research project “The Making of State Power in Portugal 1890-1986” [FCSH/IHC – PTDC/HISHIS/104166/2008].
17th April 2012, ISCTE-IUL, Room C103
THE WORK OF JAMES C. SCOTT
9h15: Presentation and Introduction by José Manuel Sobral
DOMINATION AND THE ARTS OF RESISTANCE
9h45: Óscar Bascuñán, Resistance or delinquency? Illegalities and disorder among the Spanish peasantry.
10h: Óscar Rodríguez Barreira, Resistance, dissent and opposition. Theft and Black Markets as Weapons of the weak during Franco’s dictatorship.
MORAL ECONOMY AND THE ART OF NOT BEING GOVERNED
11h30: Manuel Carlos Silva, A Economia Moral em James Scott e o Camponês Racional em Samuel Popkin: balanço crítico e virtualidades do debate para a crise actual em Portugal.
11h45: Ramon Sarró, Mangroves, prophets and enclaves: The art of not being governed in Guinea Bissau.
SCOTT AND THE HISTORIANS
15h: Lourenzo Fernández Prieto and Miguel Cabo, James Scott in the contemporary galician historiography on the restoration 1874-1936.
15h15: Ana Cabana, Daniel Lanero, Araceli Freire and Alba Díaz, James Scott’s conceptual imprint on the social history of francoism. A review.
15h30: Dulce Freire, Experiencing the dictatorship: repression, negotiation, consent and opposition in Portugal after WWII (1945-1974)
FROM THE PERESTROIKA MOVEMENT TO ANARCHIST ANTHROPOLOGY
17h30: A Conversation with James C. Scott, led by Diego Palacios Cerezales, Diogo Duarte, José Manuel Sobral and José Neves.
- Av. das Forças Armadas (ISCTE-IUL)
- mardi 17 avril 2012
- The art of not being governed. James C. Scott in Iberia ~
courriel : oficina [dot] fcsh [at] gmail [dot] com
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- Marta Maia
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