Memory and Literature Working Group’s Reading Group

Memory and Literature Working Group’s Reading Group

The Memory and Literature Working Group has a reading group that will meet in Zoom every few weeks beginning in September. Each meeting will be 1,5 hours long, where participants discuss two article-length texts at each session. To join the reading […]

Memory and Literature Working Group’s Reading Group2024-07-13T12:51:50+02:00

Call for Papers for Conference Telling Stories About the Dark Past

Call for Papers

Conference ‘Telling Stories about the Dark Past”

Stockholm, 12-13 September 2024

Storytelling takes place everywhere: in books, films, songs, magazines, and everyday conversations, as well as in school textbooks, museums, and academic research. But some stories are difficult and nearly always incomplete: stories about […]

Call for Papers for Conference Telling Stories About the Dark Past2024-07-13T12:46:48+02:00

Book Spotlight: “Sites of Conscience Place, Memory, and the Project of Deinstitutionalization”

Book Spotlight

Sites of Conscience:  Place, Memory, and the Project of Deinstitutionalization

Edited by: Elisabeth Punzi and Linda Steele

Sites of Conscience

Into the twenty-first century, millions of disabled people and people experiencing mental distress were […]

Book Spotlight: “Sites of Conscience Place, Memory, and the Project of Deinstitutionalization”2024-07-04T15:18:58+02:00

MSA Elections Results Statement 2024

MSA Elections Results Statement 2024

Dear MSA members,

Now that the elections have closed and the votes have been counted, we are happy to announce the results.

  • Ann Rigney (Professor of Comparative Literature at Utrecht University and founder of the Utrecht Forum for Memory Studies) has been elected to the […]
MSA Elections Results Statement 20242024-07-03T12:43:19+02:00

Special Issue: Mass Atrocities in Southeast Europe: History and Memory of World War II and its Aftermath

Special Issue Spotlight: Mass Atrocities in Southeast Europe: History and Memory of World War II and its Aftermath

Edited by Kateřina Králová and Sabina Ferhadbegov

Sage Journal of Modern European History

The Journal of Modern European History, […]

Special Issue: Mass Atrocities in Southeast Europe: History and Memory of World War II and its Aftermath2024-06-10T14:58:19+02:00

Book Discussion at Leuven University and Ugent

Book Discussion

Organized by Leuven University and Ugent

TMSS (KU Leuven) and Tapas (Ugent) invite you all to a book discussion on Friday, June 7th, 2024, at 4 PM. Prof. Astrid Erll (Goethe-University Frankfurt) will comment on the hybrid event.
Books to be discussed:
  • Prof. Jill Jarvis (Yale […]
Book Discussion at Leuven University and Ugent2024-05-31T16:32:04+02:00
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