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New MSA Mentorship Program

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WHAT IS THE MSA?

The Memory Studies Association was launched symbolically at its inaugural conference in Amsterdam (3-5 December 2016). It was legally registered on  June, 26, 2017. The MSA aims to be a professional association for Memory Studies scholars, as well as those who are active in museums, memorial institutions, archives, the arts and other fields engaged in remembrance.

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MEMBERSHIP

Why should you become a paying member of the Memory Studies Association?  There are several tangible benefits to membership already available as well as in the works.  These include:

  • discounted registration fees for the annual meeting
  • access to members-only materials, including job listings, discussion forums, career advice, teaching resources, reading recommendations and more!
  • free access to the Journal Memory Studies through a protected link on the MSA website
  • discount on books
  • access to First Book Award and Best Paper Prize

But, as enticing as these tangible benefits are, the real reason to become a paying member of the Association is that you want it to exist.  Like any professional association, the MSA will depend on the support and devotion of its members.

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INTERNSHIPS

The Memory Studies Association offers non-remunerated internships to both students and non-students. If you are interested in doing an internship (minimum length: four weeks), please send an e-mail to info@memorystudiesassociation.org with your CV and a short Motivation Letter. Please note that you will work from your residence/university.

SEND US YOUR IDEAS

The MSA and its website are brand new and still being developed. We welcome your input and ideas about how to make this association and its website into great resources on and for memory studies.

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New MSA Mentorship Program

Join the MSA today

Read Pierre Nora’s personal conference message