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Ann Rigney on the Connecting Memories Podcast

  • The Afterlife of Hope: How the Killing of Demonstrators is Remembered

Book Presentation: Christel N. Temple, Black Cultural Mythology

  • Online event | 19 February 2021

Seminar with Lorena De Vita: Diplomacy and Memory: The Case of German-Israeli Relations in the Aftermath of the Holocaust

  • February 25, 2021; 17.00 CET; Online Event

The Utrecht Forum for Memory Studies offers an interdisciplinary platform for researchers working in the field of cultural memory who share a common concern with:
  • developing new ways of exploring the transnational and trans-medial dynamics of cultural memory in a globalising world;
  • exploring the complex history of memory cultures;
  • the role of memory practices in (international) conflict and in conflict resolution.

All those interested are invited to attend our events.

For further information, please contact Ann Rigney

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Projects

MEMORIGHTS-Cultural Memory in LGBT Activism for Rights

MEMORIGHTS-Cultural Memory in LGBT Activism for Rights
Daniele Salerno is a Marie-Curie Fellow (2019-2023) associated with the ReAct...

Remembering Activism: The Cultural Memory of Protest in Europe

Remembering Activism: The Cultural Memory of Protest in Europe
Mass demonstrations make the headlines. But how are they remembered when they are no longer news?...

“La femme esclave:” Afterlives of Slavery and Abolitionism in Women's Rights Movements

“La femme esclave:” Afterlives of Slavery and Abolitionism in Women's Rights Movements
Sophie van den Elzen is a PhD candidate, funded by the Dutch Research...