DIGITAL MSA (dMSA)

The Digital MSA or dMSA is the MSA’s online event series. Approximately eight times per year, the MSA will host a memory studies-related webinar. The goal of dMSA is to foster scholarly exchange of ideas on the most important issues in memory studies today.

Please click on the button below to submit proposals for dMSA events. In case you have any further questions, you can contact the dMSA committee at dMSA@memorystudiesassociation.org.

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Archived Events:

Recent Past-Memories and the Growth of Right-wing Political Forces in the Southern Cone of America: Chile, Argentina and Brazil

Recent Past-Memories and the Growth of Right-wing Political Forces in the Southern Cone of America: Chile, Argentina and Brazil, hosted by: Alicia Salomone, Universidad de Chile

At: 23/06/2021 6:00pm, in cooperation with:

Speakers:

Daniela Jara, ESOC UV (Universidad de Valparaíso) / COES

Valentina Salvi, CONICET (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas)

Samantha Quadrat, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Michael J. Lazzara, University California, Davis (Discussant)

Memory, Crisis and Democracy in Africa

Memory, Crisis and Democracy in Africa, hosted by: Hanna Teichler, Goethe University

At: 12/05/2021 6:00pm, in cooperation with: -

Speakers:

Richard Benda, Luther King House Open College

Liz Stanley, University of Edinburgh

Nancy Rushohora, University of Dar es Salaam/Stellenbosch University

Sakiru Adebayo, University of the Witwatersrand (Discussant)

Mnemonic Solidarity: Book Presentation Roundtable

Mnemonic Solidarity: Book Presentation Roundtable, hosted by: Jie-Hyun Lim, Sogang University

At: 23/04/2021 2:00pm, in cooperation with: Critical Global Studies Institute

Speakers:

Aiden Erasmus, University of the Western Cape

Carol Gluck, Columbia University

Jie-Hyun Lim, Sogang University

Eve Rosenhaft, University of Liverpool

Lauren van der Rede, Stellenbosch University

Charles Forsdick, University of Liverpool (Discussant)

Careers in Memory Studies

Careers in Memory Studies, hosted by: Stef Craps, Ghent University & MSA Executive Committee

At: 17/03/2021 5:00pm, in cooperation with: -

Speakers:

Miguel Cardina (CES, University of Coimbra; history)

Chandrima Chakraborty (McMaster University; English and cultural studies)

Susannah Eckersley (University of Newcastle; museum and heritage studies, cultural studies)

Jeremy F. Walton (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity; anthropology)

Jessica K. Young (New College Florida; literary studies)

Magdalena Zolkos (Australian Catholic University / Goethe University Frankfurt; political science)

Roundtable Marcos, Franco, Lenin: Necropolitical Dissonances

Roundtable Marcos, Franco, Lenin: Necropolitical Dissonances, hosted by: Francisco Ferrándiz

At: 29/01/2021 6:00pm, in cooperation with: Las Políticas de la Memoria and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) as part of dMSA, the Memory Studies Association’s online event series.

Speakers:

Jocelyn Martin, Ateneo de Manila University

Francisco Ferrándiz, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

Alexei Yurchak, University of California at Berkeley

Antonius C. G. M. Robben, Utrecht University (Discussant)

Memory Dynamics in Times of Crisis: A Virtual Conversation with Sarah Gensburger

Memory Dynamics in Times of Crisis: A Virtual Conversation with Sarah Gensburger, hosted by: Stef Craps and Catherine Gilbert

At: 08/12/2020 5:00pm, in cooperation with: Ghent University’s Cultural Memory Studies Initiative and the Newcastle University Centre for Heritage

Speakers:

Sarah Gensburger, CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research)

Stef Craps, Ghent University

Catherine Gilbert, Newcastle University

Roundtable Monuments and Memory Politics

Roundtable Monuments and Memory Politics, hosted by: Hanna Teichler, Goethe University

At: 18/11/2020 6:00pm, in cooperation with: -

Speakers:

Ann Rigney, University of Utrecht

Vjeran Pavlaković, University of Rijeka

Wandile Kasibe, Iziko Museums of South Africa

Jalane Schmidt, University of Virginia