Online Conference “International Holocaust Day” at University of Genova


Online Conference

“Giorno della Memoria”

January 25, 2022

The University of Genova is hosting a livestreamed conference in occasion of the International Holocaust Day. The session, taking place on Tuesday 25th at 15.00 CET/UTC+1, will be hosted by Francesco Cassata (DAFITS, Università di Genova), and […]

Online Conference “International Holocaust Day” at University of Genova2022-01-21T17:20:18+02:00

UCLouvain Online Course + Certificate in “Memory Studies”


UCLouvain University

Online Course + Certificate
“Memory Studies

UCLouvain is thrilled to launch a new online certificate in Memory Studies!

The course portfolio is composed of 5 courses: Politics of Memory, Ethics of Memory, Sociology of Memory, Psychology of Memory, and Interdisciplinary Approach to Memory. […]

UCLouvain Online Course + Certificate in “Memory Studies”2022-01-21T11:50:21+02:00

CfP: Modernist Memories: 1922, Before and After


Call for Papers

“Modernist Memories: 1922, Before and After”

May 23-25, 2022
Institute of English and American Studies & Frankfurt Memory Studies Platform
Goethe University Frankfurt

Deadline: February 11, 2022

Keynote Speakers
John […]

CfP: Modernist Memories: 1922, Before and After2022-01-07T16:39:56+02:00

Letter of Welcome – New WG Memories of Antiquity


Letter of Welcome

New MSA Working Group
Memories of Antiquity

The MSA is thrilled to announce a new Working Group amongst its ranks: Memories of Antiquity. The recently established group has the following message for MSA members. Read it and join them!


Dear members of the MSA,

We are […]

Letter of Welcome – New WG Memories of Antiquity2021-12-22T13:31:54+02:00

The MSA 2021 Special Issue in Memory Studies Is Out!


MSA 2021 Special Issue
in Memory Studies

“Memory and Crisis”

You may have seen that the MSA is currently preparing and welcoming submissions for its 2022 Special Issue in the journal Memory Studies (deadline: December 15, 2021. Go read the CfP and submit here!). If you’d like […]

The MSA 2021 Special Issue in Memory Studies Is Out!2021-12-12T13:23:00+02:00

CfP: 2022 MSA Nordic Conference on “Explorations of Counter-Memory”


Call for Papers

MSA Nordic
Annual Conference 2022

In association with the Centre for Studies in Memory and Literature,
University of Iceland

“Explorations of Counter-Memory”

October 13-14, 2022
University of Iceland

Deadline: January 10, 2022

Initially conceptualized by Michel Foucault in 1971, the […]

CfP: 2022 MSA Nordic Conference on “Explorations of Counter-Memory”2021-12-08T17:44:26+02:00

Seminar on “Figuring Memory: Social Practices and Collective Transformation”


Online Seminar

Figuring Memory:
Social Practices and Collective Transformation

October 19, 2021
17:00 – 19:00 CEST/UTC+2

The monthly seminar “Figuring Memory: Social Practices and Collective Transformation” organized by the George and Irina Schaeffer Center for the Study of Genocide, Human Rights and Conflict Prevention at The American […]

Seminar on “Figuring Memory: Social Practices and Collective Transformation”2021-10-11T12:55:04+02:00

Contested Histories Onsite: Lecture & Workshop on Bronze Soldier of Tallinn


Contested Histories Onsite:

Interactive Workshop on the Bronze Soldier of Tallinn

October 14, 15.00-17.00 CEST/UTC+2

The next event of the partner project Contested Histories Onsite will take us to Estonia, to analyse the Bronze Soldier of Tallinn. This statue has been chosen for its representation […]

Contested Histories Onsite: Lecture & Workshop on Bronze Soldier of Tallinn2021-10-10T16:44:50+02:00

CfP: GAPS 2022 Conference on “Contested Solidarities: Agency and Victimhood in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures”


Call for Papers

GAPS 2022

“Contested Solidarities:
Agency and Victimhood in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures”

Frankfurt, May 26-29, 2022

Deadline: December 31, 2021

If Anglophone literatures and cultures worldwide once sprang from a contested terrain of solidarities emerging in the shadow of colonialism, […]

CfP: GAPS 2022 Conference on “Contested Solidarities: Agency and Victimhood in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures”2021-10-10T16:46:08+02:00
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