We are delighted to announce a new initiative: Digital MSA (dMSA).
Approximately once a month, the MSA will host a webinar someplace in the world. The goal of dMSA is to foster scholarly exchange of ideas on the most important issues in memory studies today.
There will be three avenues for dMSA events. First, the organizers of dMSA will present a series of events produced by the organizers especially for the MSA. Second, the organizers of dMSA welcome suggestions and proposals for events by and from members of the MSA, and will offer help producing these events. And third, organizers of important events around the world can propose to have their events branded as dMSA events.
All dMSA events will be available as livestreams to MSA members, making possible participation from the audience in the discussion period.
Additionally, all dMSA events will be archived for viewing by MSA members at their convenience.
Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and send us short proposals of online events (see guidelines below).
Please mark your calendars for the following events in this exciting series.
- November 18, 6pm CET: Inaugural Event Roundtable “Monuments and Memory Politics”
Please see below.
- December 8, 5pm CET: “Memory Dynamics in Times of Crisis: A Virtual Conversation with Sarah Gensburger”, co-hosted by Stef Craps and Catherine Gilbert, and co-organised by Ghent University’s Cultural Memory Studies Initiative and the Newcastle University Centre for Heritage
Please register here.
- January 2021: Francisco Ferrandiz and Jocelyn Martin on Necropolitics, more information soon!