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1504, 2024

Book Spotlight: “Questioning Traumatic Heritage Spaces of Memory in Europe and South America”

April 15th, 2024|Education, General News, Memory, Memory and Politics, New Research|

Book Spotlight Questioning Traumatic Heritage Spaces of Memory in Europe and South America Editors: Ihab Saloul, Patrizia Violi, Anna Lorusso and Cristina Demaria This book takes as its object of investigation an array of traumatic [...]

1204, 2024

Call for Applications: Witnessing the War in Ukraine: Testimony in the Pursuit of Justice

April 12th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

Witnessing the War in Ukraine: Testimony in the Pursuit of Justice Summer Institute 27-30 August, 2024 - Wrocław, Poland Call for Applications As an urgent response to the Russian military aggression against sovereign Ukraine, several partner [...]

804, 2024

International Symposium of the Finnish Oral History Network

April 8th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

9th International Symposium of the Finnish Oral History Network, Memory in Movement: Pace, Connection & Introspection 28th–29th November 2024, University of Jyväskylä, Finland The ninth international symposium of the Finnish Oral History Network (FOHN) critically explores [...]

1803, 2024

Spring Event: Translation of Helga’s Diary Inflectional Morphology Cultural and Linguistic Projects for Ukraine

March 18th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

Spring Event: Translation of Helga's Diary Inflectional Morphology Cultural and Linguistic Projects for Ukraine Online: March 20th at 11.30 (London Time) Join a conversation with Professor Neil Bermel and Dr Alina Legeyda to [...]

1103, 2024

Open PhD Position: Heritage at the Extremes: Temporalities, Politics and Practices of Care

March 11th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

Open PhD Position: Heritage at the Extremes: Temporalities, Politics and Practices of Care Deadline for Applications: March 25th, 2024 The extremes created by accelerating change create fundamental challenges to how we care for heritage, in ways [...]

1103, 2024

Call for Papers: CRITICAL PLANT THEORIES AND CULTURES: EXPLORING HUMAN AND MORE-THAN-HUMAN WORLD ENTANGLEMENTS

March 11th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

Call for Papers: Critical Plant Theories and Cultures: Exploring Human and More-Than-Human World Entanglements Deadline for Application: April 30th, 2024 Open Cultural Studies (www.degruyter.com/CULTURE) invites submissions for a topical issue “Critical Plant Theories and Cultures: Exploring [...]

503, 2024

Open Position: Sections Editors for De Gruyter Journal

March 5th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

Open Position: Section Editor for Open Culture Studies Journal De Gruyter | Deadline for Application: March 31st, 2024 Open Cultural Studies - an open-access journal published by De Gruyter (https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/culture/html) - invites applications for Section Editors. [...]

2602, 2024

Call for Contributions: Care-ful museology: global perspectives on care work in the museum

February 26th, 2024|Call for Papers, Memory, Paper Call|

Call for Contributions: Care-ful museology: global perspectives on care work in the museum Editors: Nuala Morse and Sandra Dudley, School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester Deadline for Submissions: March 8th, 2024 Synopsis: Matters of care [...]

2602, 2024

Book Spotlight: “Remembering the Neoliberal Turn”

February 26th, 2024|Education, General News, Memory, Memory and Politics, New Research|

Book Spotlight Remembering the Neoliberal TurnEconomic Change and Collective Memory in Eastern Europe after 1989 Edited by:  Veronika Pehe, Joanna Wawrzyniak This book discusses how societies, groups and individuals remember and make sense of global [...]

2602, 2024

Workshop: Narratives of violence as a political tool

February 26th, 2024|Call for Articles, Call for Papers, Conferences, Memory, Paper Call|

Workshop: Narratives of Violence as a Political Tool University of the Bundeswehr Munich, Germany 17-18th September 2024 From the earliest history books to (social) media posts today, narratives of violence constitute particularly powerful tools for political [...]