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Memory Studies Association Jun 27
The keynote address by Viet Thanh Nguyen (University of Southern California) & the debate with Michael Rothberg (UCLA), Debarati Sanyal (UC Berkeley) & Lyndsey Stonebridge (University of Birmingham) is currently streamed live here:
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Memories of the Future Conference 30 Mar 19
'If people understood about the , this binary question wouldn't have been asked 3 years ago.' Anna Reading on the importance of , social and historical memory and the delusion of .
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Siri Schwabe 29 Jan 18
Last minute reminder to submit your abstracts for the conference Memories in Motion: Transnational and Migratory Perspectives in Memory Processes (Stockholm, June 2018) no later than January 31
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Memory Studies Association Jun 28
We would like to thank everyone who participated in the Third Annual Association Conference in Madrid! Tomorrow, we will have the excursion to the Valley of the Fallen with Francisco Ferrándiz. Here's the program for more details:
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Alex Lloyd 2 Aug 18
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Memories of the Future Conference 23 Mar 19
Less than a week to go! Very excited about all these amazing panels! Have you checked our programme?
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CMSI UGent Jan 14
Arts of Oblivion symposium, Ghent, 19-20 March 2020. Artistic, academic, and activist perspectives on the politics of forgetting. Featuring keynotes by Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela and Michael Rothberg. Programme and registration: .
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Dr. Angela Riotto Nov 27
If you are looking for an overview of memory studies, check out my piece in the Handbook of Historical Studies in Education. I worked really hard on this & I am excited to have been a part of this project …/10.1007%2F978-981-10-0942-6_52-1
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Memory Studies Association 15 Oct 18
Today, the *extended deadline* for the for the third annual Memory Studies Association Conference, which will be held in Madrid from the 25-28 June 2019, officially closes. We hope to see you all in Madrid!
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Andrew Hoskins 10 Oct 18
Is there such a thing as social/cultural/collective memory? with
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Mnemonics Feb 25
The CFP for the 2020 Mnemonics Summer School on "Memory and Migration" (Sandbjerg Manor, Denmark, 26-29 August 2020) is now open: . Featuring keynote lectures by Michael Rothberg, Tanja Thomas, and Barbara Törnquist-Plewa.
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Memorias en Red 30 Jan 18
Great overview of current CfP en by
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Simon N., an historian of religion 3 Dec 18
The Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies is out and Jens Peter Schjødt and I contributed with a chapter on in the . It can be found below for £23. I would never dream of supplying a pdf, were I asked.
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Memory Studies SW Research Cluster Apr 2
We have extended our deadline for the submission of abstracts for our Memory Studies Symposium (11th of July, University of Southampton) until the ✳️8th of April 2019 ✳️ Full details: Please share! 🔁
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Mnemonics 10 Jan 19
The CFP for the 2019 Mnemonics Summer School on "Memory and Activism" (Utrecht, 18-20 September 2019) is now open: . Featuring keynote lectures by Marianne Hirsch, Ayşe Gül Altinay, and Wulf Kansteiner.
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Journal of War and Culture May 8
On our latest special issue, Takayoshi Yamamura writes about the surprising collaboration between anime producers and the Japan Self-Defense Force. Read more here
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Prof Nina Parish 13 Dec 17
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Andrew Hoskins 4 Mar 19
Forgetting has long been treated as memory's poor relation. War & Forgetting, next week at Warwick:
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Andrew Hoskins 24 Oct 17
The End of Collective Memory (thankfully) Chapter extract
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Duke University Press Oct 9
Read the intro to Harry Harootunian's new of the Armenian genocide, The Unspoken as Heritage, free online
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