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EU Research Results Oct 31
project explored ways of using war history to diminish the power of the new nationalists, suggesting an alternative approach for societies to preserve a democratic 🇪🇺 ➡️ "
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Paco Ferrándiz Nov 5
Wonderful news! This is one more fascinating text to be added to
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daniela de angeli Oct 10
Let's chat about the design of games for social impact (e.g. Agonistic games) and the interpretation of 3D models in museums at the GW4 5-Year Anniversary Event
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Professor David Clarke Sep 11
My article with Zofia Wóycicka on cultural diplomacy in the war museum was just published by History & Memory
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Prof Nina Parish Sep 21
On my way home to Edinburgh after a fantastic symposium discussing agonistic memory, museums and education in the contexts of Northern Ireland and Algeria. Watch this space for new developments!
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H2020_UNREST Sep 11
Another publication from the UNREST team - more to come!
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H2020_UNREST Sep 9
Read about results from the UNREST project in six languages at:
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Prof Nina Parish Aug 15
Looking forward to participating in this event in September with and others. If you're in Belfast on 20 September, come along!
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French Settlers: Narratives and Representations Jul 10
Very excited to share the programme for our 'Narratives of Forced Migration in the 20th and 21st Centuries' conference (16-18 Sept) with , Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer! Learn more and register here:
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Prof Nina Parish Jun 27
Really enjoyed chairing the Digital Pasts: Education, Storytelling, Video Gaming panel conference and presenting with on the MOOC
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Prof Nina Parish Jun 28
presents project as part of a panel on EU H2020 funded projects about memory
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Joanna Wawrzyniak Jun 28
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ENRS Jun 28
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Paco Ferrándiz 23 May 19
Great meeting, wonderful opportunity to look back to what we’ve done in the last 3 years, I’ll miss working closely with the team
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Christopher Smith May 30
Intriguing connections with project...
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H2020_UNREST 22 May 19
Final project evaluation meeting today in Brussels for UNREST. It's been a busy and enriching three years looking at different memory modes in sites of difficult history and testing and refining ideas on agonistic memory.
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Professor David Clarke 21 May 19
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Prof Nina Parish 13 May 19
A fantastic day discussing agonistic memory and museums! Thanks to all our workshop participants for contributing so thoughtfully.
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H2020_UNREST 7 May 19
If you haven't made it to our 'Krieg.Macht.Sinn.' exhibition in Essen or want to see it again, take a virtual tour here:
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Paco Ferrándiz 25 Apr 19
Working hard on the full program for this overwhelming, exciting and massive Conference... will be available soon. If you look closely at the 1939 ruins of the conference venue, you may run into a person searching in the rubble
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