NAASN 2018 (fr)

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9ème Conférence Annuelle du Réseau d’études anarchistes d’Amérique du Nord (North American Anarchist Studies Network — NAASN)

NAASN is intended to be a space where disciplinarity and resistance can converge on Turtle Island/”North America”, and is held in a different location throughout Turtle Island/”North America” each year.

Para más información en español: NAASN 2018 (es)

For more information in English: NAASN 2018 (en)

You are invited to participate!

NAASN is a network engaged with the production of knowledge both within and without institutional walls. We are particularly interested in including marginalised voices and perspectives, and encourage the breaking down of barriers between disciplines as well as between the academic and non-academic or even Anti-academic. From the streets to the lectern, we encourage all those interested in the praxis of anarchism or anarchists to attend this conference.

We presently have 30 speakers giving talk or workshops over three days. Topics include philosophy, political theory, psychology, musicology, gender, sexuality, philosophy, history and more.


NAASN 2018 will take place on the unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. The Kanien’kehá:ka are the keepers of the Eastern Door of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. In the language of the Kanien’kehá:ka, Tiohtià:ke is the name of the island later dubbed "Montreal", a site which has long been a meeting place for other Indigenous peoples, including the Algonquin.

Address and Dates

2515, rue Delisle, Montréal (Québec) H3J 1K8

At the Centre D'éducation Aux Adultes de la Petite-Bourgogne et Saint-Henri (CÉDA)

June 1st, 2nd, 3rd: 10am-6pm.

Lunch will be provided daily with donation. Recommended evening activities will be provided on the schedule page, see below.


Schedule for talk will be arrange in the next months, you can find a link here.

For now, read the abstracts here: 2018 Abstracts

How To Participate

Show up at the date and time, listen, ask questions and discuss. No registration required. A donation of however much you can comfortably afford will be requested at the door to cover the cost of the space.


We need the following volunteers:

  • Translation (en<->fr, en<->es, fr<->es)