Sub-theme 53: Organizing by and for the Commons: Alternative Values and Affective Intensities

Emmanouela Mandalaki, NEOMA Business School, France
Gazi Islam, Grenoble École de Management, France
Christina Lüthy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Theoretical and Philosophical Perspectives on the Commons
Chair: Gazi Islam
François-Xavier de Vaujany
Experiencing commonality in collective activity: Four ways to generate sameness in differences
Alex Pazaitis, Chris Giotitsas and Alicia Trepat Pont
Bodies (of) value: Towards an embodied relational political economy of and for the commons
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Politics and Struggles of Commoning
Chair: Emmanouela Mandalaki
Louise Lecomte and Lucie Chartouny
“PLUS ÉCOUTÉ•E•S MORT•E•S QUE VIVANT•E•S”: Commoning to change the public sphere. The case of Collages Féminicides movement in France and abroad.
Alison Pullen and Carl Rhodes
Keep on, keeping on: Assembly, corporeal ethics and struggles of embodied solidarity on the street
Viktoria Lavriniuk and Mar Pérezts
Women’s collective agency mobilization as a commoning practice for disrupting institutions amid state-sponsored violence
Yuna Reis Fontoura, Morgana G. Martins Krieger and Ricardo Duarte
“Who is hungry is in a hurry”: The role of alternative food networks in the public arenas to combat hunger in Brazil
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Exploring Empirical Settings of Commoning Chair Session
Chair: Bernhard Resch
Vesa T. Markuksela, José-Carlos García-Rosell and Minni Haanpää
Beyond the common – Being in/with the snowy mountain bike trails
Mikko Vesa, Lobna Hassan and Rakshya Bhattarai
Participatory budgeting case studies throughout the ages: A longitudinal, thematic, systematic literature study
Claire Shaw
Blockchain and commons organizing: Values practices in a virtual context
Konstantin Hondros, Milena Leybold and Katharina Zangerle
Organizing legacy and imaginary of the common to create an alternative collecting society
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Relationality and Affects of the Commons and Commoning
Chair: Emmanouela Mandalaki
Sara Louise Muhr, Bontu Lucie Guschke and Jannick Friis Christensen
Response-able leadership in times of social justice and sustainability movements: Cases and calls from #MeToo and Black Lives Matter
Elif Nur Duman Cogen
Silence as an ethnical agency: How Syrian refugee domestic workers re-constitute themselves as ethical subjects in Istanbul
Eva Pallesen, Bernhard Resch and Patrizia Hoyer
Listening again: Affective intensities in academic peer collaboration
Sara Biglieri, Antoine Glauzy and Mariann Györke
The Utopia of Silence as a common
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Commons and Care
Chair: Bernhard Resch
Anke Strauß
Atmospheres of care: Experiments in more-than-human-commoning
Caroline Wigren-Kristoferson and Janet Johansson
Organizing good life by co-constructing sustainable living spaces through caring collaborations
Dima Younes
Commoning for hope: Care, contention, and the day-to-day opening of new possibilities in apocalyptic Lebanon
Jessica Darveau, Myriam Brouard and Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar
Spread kindness not virus: Theorizing the parasitic commoning interactions in an online caremongering community
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Work and Commoning
Chair: Chrstina Lüthy
Edouard Pignot and Thomas Lennerfors
Anti-work as affective commons: Dogmatism, confidence, scepticism, and terror
Riya Bisht and Kathleen Riach
Going loco at work: Organising public feelings in Peru
Ivana Lukeš Rybanská
"You won't be under pressure of a single boss, but of the whole collective." Governing labor as a commons in a non-hierarchical organisation
Alicia Trepat Pont
More than a workspace. A case study on affect and embodied commons in self-organising
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Commons and Crisis
Chair: Gazi Islam
Rajeshwari Chennangodu, Advaita Rajendra, George Kandathil, Rama Mohana R. Turaga, George Kandathil and Advaita Rajendra
Embodied commoning of waste and waste work: Emergence of a collective alternative to waste management and contradictions within
Lucie Chartouny and Leo Bancou
Inheriting as socio-material commoning: The case of L’Après M, a former McDonald’s in the north of Marseille
Senda Fattoum and Gazi Islam
Innovation in rituals in the context of crisis: Ethnographic study in a French vaccination center
Camille Toussaint
Out of sight, but not out of mind: Exploring the roles of emotions in a global commoning-community
Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Ingegneria – L – 0_Z
Future Perspectives on the Commons and Commoning
Chair: Christina Lüthy
Vincent Berthelot
Cultivating common good: an integrative perspective on commoning
Simeon Vidolov and Susi Geiger
Lineology of commoning: Following the emergence of commoning lifelines in co-responsive flows of communal interactions