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February 09, 2006

Cultural Memory Seminar

Cultural Memory Seminar 2005-06

Saturdays 11.00 am-4.00pm

Organizers: Richard Crownshaw (Goldsmith's, London; richard.crownshaw @gold.ac.uk) and Carrie Hamilton (c.hamilton@rus.roehampton.ac.uk); and Susannah Radstone (University of East London; s.radstone@uel.ac.uk) from January 2006
Organised jointly by the IGRS and the Raphael Samuel Centre, University of East London

This seminar builds on the programme for the Institute’s MA in Cultural Memory. It aims to bring together students, researchers, academics and cultural practitioners in order to share ongoing research and broaden horizons. In particular it aims to provide the impetus and models for work across national and disciplinary boundaries.

In 2005–06, the seminar will hold three meetings: 3 December 2005 Revisiting National Memories; 18 February 2006 'Revisiting' Holocaust memory (see below for programme) and on 13 May 2006 (topic to be confirmed).

18 February 2006 : 'Revisiting' Holocaust memory

PROGRAMME

This seminar is organised in conjunction with the Universities of Salford and Manchester.
Chair: Rick Crownshaw (Goldsmiths College)

11:00 – Bob Eaglestone (Royal Holloway), "Rethinking perpetrator testimony"
12:15 – Lunch (own arrangements)
1:30 – Sue Vice (University of Sheffield), "False Testimony"
2:30 – Anthony Rowland (University of Salford), "Tadeusz Borowski and the Anti-lyric"
3:30 – Discussion
4:15 – Close

Please email igrs@sas.ac.uk phone 020 7862 8677 to confirm details and to be added to the mailing list

More information can be found by visiting http://igrs.sas.ac.uk/events/sem_cultmem1.htm


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