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Dynamics of Memories

Date: 28 - 29 November Time: 09.15am

You are warmly invited to this two-day series of talks and seminars, a launch pad for the Dynamics of Memories group, bringing together scholars from Lancaster and elsewhere in Britain and Europe. The event addresses debates about the place of the social in the constitution of memory, and the role of contested and convergent memories in the formation of individual, group and national identities. Dynamics of Memories comprises members from several Lancaster departments and faculties. The event is sponsored by the IAS and the Humanities in the European Research Area, and is supported by FASS, History, DELC, Sociology, and the Centre for Law and Society.

Download the programme (Word doc)

Attendance fee:£20 for academics (Two day event that also includes coffee/tea, lunch, afternoon snack and parking). Free for students For registrations contact :o.wilkinson@lancaster.ac.uk

Details of other forthcoming seminars can be found on the Dynamics of Memories website.

Event website: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/groups/dynamicsofmemories

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

Further information

Associated staff: Mercedes Camino, Patrick Hagopian, Nayanika Mookherjee (Sociology), John Strachan, David Sugarman (Law), Ruth Wodak (Linguistics and English Language)

Organising departments and research centres: Centre for Law and Society, Dynamics of Memories, European Languages and Cultures, Institute for Advanced Studies, Linguistics and English Language, Media, Film & Cultural Studies (formerly ICR), Sociology

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