- 18 September: Mnemonics Keynote Lecture by Lorenzo Zamponi: Memory in Action. Reflections on the Role of the Past in Social Movements.
- 19 September: Mnemonics Keynote Lecture by Marianne Hirsch and Ayşe Gül Altınay: Women Mobilizing Memory: Stories of Feminist Co-Resistance.
- 20 September: Mnemonics Keynote Lecture by Wulf Kansteiner: Memory, Right-Wing Politics, and the European Election of 2019.
- 29 October: Seminar with Alison Ribeiro de Menezes: Tactile Translations: Re-Locating the Disappeared.
- 19 November: Seminar with Daniele Salerno: Where Do Protesters Go in Winter? The Afterlives of Masses.
- 21 January: Seminar with Astrid Erll: Literary Memory Activism in an Age of Migration: The Refugee Tales.
- 11 February: Seminar with Stefan Berger: Memorializing an Industrial Past: By Whom, for Whom and How? The Ruhr Area of Germany in Comparative Perspective.
- 19 November: Seminar with Rosanne Kennedy: Locating Multidirectonal Memory: The Productive Frictions of Holocaust Remembrance from Australia to Shanghai
- 26 November: Seminar with Hanna-Leena Nissilä: Forced Migration in Finland during and after WWII
- 4 April: Public Lecture by Clemens Maier-Wolthausen: Berlin Zoo under the Sign of the Swastika: Animals, Ideology, and the Politics of Memory
- 27 November: Seminar with Astrid Erll: ‘Homer’ – A History of Relational Memory.
- 4 December: Seminar with Stijn Vervaet: Transnational Memory in the Balkans.
- 10 January: Seminar with Christoph Kreutzmüller: Exhibiting Photos of the Holocaust.
- 21 and 22 February: Workshop Urban Utopias: Memory, Rights, and Speculation.
- 26 February: Seminar with Nicole Immler: Whose Memory, Whose Justice? Memory Studies & Transitional Justice.
- 22 – 24 March: Workshop: Mirroring Evil Revisited (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network).
- 9 April: Seminar with Stéphanie Benzaquen-Gautier: Performances of Memory in Post-Khmer Rouge Cambodia. Images, Archives, and Bodies in Transition.
- May 22: Seminar with Debarati Sanyal: Poetics of Detention Framing the Refugee ‘Crisis’.
- 28 June: Research Seminar on Playing Memory.
- 31 August-3 September: International Conference: Representing Perpetrators of Mass Violence (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 1 September: Staged Reading: The Woman at His Side (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 2 September: Film Screening: Hate Radio and Talk Milo Rau (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 23 September: Masterclass with Michael Rothberg: From Multidirectional Memory to the Implicated Subject (In cooperation with the Huizinga Institute, AHM, and KNHG)
- 10-12 November: Workshop: Teaching about Perpetrators: Ethics, Aesthetics, Politics (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 16 January: Writing History for the Stage: Raphael Lemkin and the Treaty against Genocide. A Talk by Robert Skloot (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 17 January: Staged Reading: If the Whole Body Dies (In cooperation with the Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 12 June: Mediated Testimony Symposium
- 6-9 July: Topographies of Memory in an Uneven World. ACLA Seminar
- 6-9 July: Ambivalent Affect: Perpetration in Contemporary Representations of the Holocaust. ACLA Seminar
- 10-12 September: Workshop: Teaching about Perpetrators: Documents, Media, Representations(In cooperation with The Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 8 October: Reenacting Genocide: A Seminar with Vanessa Agnew
- 28 October: Ananya Jahanara Kabir on Archive-Repertoires of Memory: Notes on Postcolonial Remembering, Forgetting, and Memorialising
- 5 November: Screening of Los Caminos de la memoria (2009) and Seminar with Francisco Ferrándiz
- 10 December: Seminar with Dirk Moses: The Modern Imagination and the Vocabulary of Transgression
- 11 February: Material Memories of Empire: Coming to Terms with German Colonialism. A Seminar with Britta Schilling
- 10 March: Workshop: Discovering the Past with Augmented Reality Apps
- 15 March: Why Look at Perpetrators? A Seminar with Kjell Anderson, Ugur Ümit Üngör, and Susanne C. Knittel
- 14 April: Jokes, War, and Genocide. The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. A Seminar with Damir Arsenijević
- 25 April: Hijacking Human Rights: A Seminar with Joseph Slaughter (In cooperation with the Utrecht Comparative Literature Seminar)
- 28-30 April: Workshop: Teaching about Perpetrators: Theories, Concepts, Approaches (In cooperation with The Perpetrator Studies Network)
- 19 May: Workshop: Memory, Posthumanism, and the Anthropocene
- 3 November: Seminar with Andrew Hoskins: ‘The Right to be Forgotten in Post-Scarcity Culture’
- 11 December: Seminar with Alec Badenoch: ‘Reassembling the Memory Box? Transnational Radio Encounters in the Age of Digital Heritage’
- 22 January: Book Launch: The Historical Uncanny by Susanne C. Knittel
- 12 February: Seminar with Stef Craps: ‘Travelling Trauma’
- 17 February: Seminar with Mitja Velikonja: ‘Between Collective Memory and Political Action’
- 30 March: Seminar with Graham Dawson: ‘Storytelling, Historical Reconciliation and the Politics of Memory in the Irish Peace Process’
- 1 April: Collective Memory After the Nation-State? Booklaunch and Discussion.
- 12 May: Seminar with Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz: ‘Debating Perpetrator Histories: The Counter-Monument in Transnational Context’
- 4 June: Seminar with Paloma Aguilar-Fernández: ‘Arduous Tasks and Risky Labours’
- 24 February: Seminar with Aline Sierp: ‘How to Unify Diversity–The EU Politics of Memory’
- 3 March: Seminar with Geert Buelens and Tessa Lobbes: ‘Is There Such a Thing as a Transnational Memory of the First World War?’
- 13 March: Masterclass with Laura Basu: ‘Transnational Memory and Forgetting in Global News’
- 10 April: Seminar with Judith Keilbach: ‘Televising the Eichmann Trial’
- 19 June: Seminar with Chiara Bonfiglioli, Andrea Hajek, Monica Jansen, and Susanne Knittel: ‘Negotiating Memories on Television and in the Public Sphere: The Case of Italy’
- 22 November: Seminar with Jeffrey Olick: ‘Theodicy and Other Motives in Contemporary Memory Studies’
- 17 December: Seminar with Rosanne Kennedy on human rights, cosmopolitan memory, and the transnational public sphere
- 14 March: Debating the Dynamics of Cultural Memory: The Case of the Early Middle Ages
- 17-19 June: Workshop ‘Memory with(out) Borders’
related event: 12-14 June conference ‘Digital Testimonies on War and Trauma’, Erasmus University Rotterdam
- 15 September: Lecture by Roberto Strongman: literary and filmic representations of trance possession
- 22 September: Lecture by Uğur Ümit Üngör: the Armenian genocide in Turkish and Armenian collective memory
- 3 November: Workshop new research projects
- 18 November: Workshop ‘Does Memory have a History?’ part 3: Myth
- 7-9 December: Conference ‘Commemorating Writers in Europe 1800-1916’
- 26 January: Panel ‘From Widukind to Wilders. Cultural Memory and the Resources of the Past’
- 24 February: Lecture by Susanne Knittel: ‘Black Holes and Revelations: Trieste’s Divided Memory’
- 22 March: Lecture by Ido de Haan: ‘Legislating Amnesia: Authority and History from the Early Modern Period to the Present’
- 2-3 December: International Symposium ‘Memory on the Move’
- 5 March – 25 June: ‘Transnational Memories’ lectures and workshops in spring 2010
- 2009: New publication: Mediation, Remediation, and the Dynamics of Cultural Memory: Astrid Erll and Ann Rigney (eds.), in collaboration with Laura Basu and Paulus Bijl 2009, Walter de Gruyter ISBN 978 3 11 020444 5
- 30 June: Workshop “Reconciliation & Memory”
- 20 May : Symposium “Postcolonial Remembrance and Forgetting
- 14 April: Lecture by Johannes Fabian on the “Memories of memory”
- 27 March: MEMORY 2.0: an exploratory workshop
- 25 November: Lecture by Marie-Aude Baronian on the memory of the Armenian catastrophe
- 18 September 2008: Trans-cultural Remembrance, an international symposium
- 13-15 September: Media and the Dynamics of Cultural Memory: An International Symposium for Young Researchers