Agirre Center collaborators
2014/05/29 17:10:00 GMT+2
Agirre Lehendakaria Center gathered its INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATORS in the field of the “Basque Case” research in a seminary that took place in Bilbao, last May 29th and 30th.

The MAIN GOAL of this seminar is to present the current LINES OF RESEARCH of Agirre Lehendakaria Center and exploring new potential collaboration opportunities as well.

The basis of Agirre Lehendakaria Center’s current research projects states that the success of the spectacular basque transformation under extreme difficulties in the last few decades lies on a complex sytem of tangible elements (self-government development, public-private collaboration, social economy…) but with a differential element: the basque culture heritage (defined by UNESCO as a set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features of a society or a social group, that encompasses, not only art and literature, but lifestyles, ways of living together, human rights, value systems, traditions and beliefs).

Speakers:

  • AC4 (University of Columbia in New York): Peter Coleman, Joshua Fisher, Kyong Mazzaro, Eda Charmain
  • SCENSEI: Armando Geller, Seyed Muhammad Rizzi
  • SETON HALL UNIVERSITY: Andrea Bartoli, Borislava Manojlovic
  • GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY: Paul Hoyt O’Connor
  • ALC: Juan Jose Ibarretxe, Gorka Espiau, Amaia Agirre, Jon Landa, Alexander Boto, Guillermo Dorronsoro, Iñigo Calvo, Ricardo Aguado, Jule Goikoetxea, Antton Maia, Oier Imaz.
  • EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR LIVING TECHNOLOGY (Università Cà Foscari Venezia): David Avra-Lane, Paolo Gurisatti
  • INCORE (Ulster University): Brandon Hamber