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Textures of War

International workshop marking 100 years to the First World War

Tel Aviv, 19-21 October 2014

Programme (PDF)

Annual conference of the ISTME Network

Budapest, 29 September – 03 October 2014

Workshop of the working group Memory and Migration: “Memory on the Move: Theory and Methodology of Memory and Migration” – CFP (deadline expired)

Workshop of the working group Mediation: “Digital Memories, Digital Methods: Transcultural Memory in Europe Beyond Web 2.0” – CFP (deadline expired)

PhD Training School: “Mobilising Memory for Change” – CFP (deadline expired)

“1914 / 2014 – The First World War. Childhood during War, Literature, Memory Culture”

Conference

Sept. 10th – 12th, Frankfurt Holzhausenschlösschen

Programme (PDF)

“Media of Memory”

Graduate summer school of the Mnemonics Network for Memory Studies

Stockholm, 21-23 August 2014

“The First World War – Childhood and Literary Memory Cultures”

Lecture Series (Bürgervorlesung)

Frankfurt, April-July 2014

Programme (PDF)

Flyer (PDF)

“A ten year longitudinal study of memory for the terrorist attack of September 11”

William Hirst (New School for Social Research, NYC)

Frankfurt, July 3rd, 2014

Una sola muerte numerosa: escrituras de la memoria, relatos de sobrevivencia

Nora Strejilevich (Center for Latin American Studies, San Diego State University)

Frankfurt, July 2nd, 2014

“Enthusiastic Amateurs. The origins and evolution of the Melbourne International Film Festival as grassroots celebration”

Kirsten Stevens (Melbourne, Australia)

Frankfurt, June 30th, 2014

AFRASO Lecture:

The Indian Ocean World: the Past Alive in the Present

Dr. Renu Modi (University of Mumbai)

19th May 2014 – 18:15 till 19:45

Campus Westend, Room IG 454

“Transculturality and Memory”

Conference of the COST Action “In Search of Transcultural Memory in Europe (ISTME)

Skopje, 10-11 April 2014

Conference Announcement (PDF)

“National Celebrations and Cultural Memory in Multicultural Societies”

Podiumsdiskussion

Frankfurt, 12. Februar 2014

Abstract (PDF) and Poster (PDF)

“Battle Lines: Contested Remembrance and the Anzac Centenary”

Gastvortrag von Bruce Scates (Monash University, Australia)

Frankfurt, 12. Februar 2014

Poster (PDF)

“Umwege – Detours: Moving Knowledge, Translating Identities”

Workshop

Frankfurt, 6.-7. Februar 2014

Flyer (PDF)

MYMEM Workshop

Dritter Workshop des Forschungsnetzwerks “National Myths and Collective Memory in a Transnational Age”

Stavanger, 05.-06. Dezember 2013

Workshops der COST Action “In Search of Transnational Memory in Europe (ISTME)

Krakau, 16.-18. September 2013

Politics of Memory: “Social Construction (and De-Construction) of Guilt and Victimhood”

Mediation: “Europe After Empire: Mediations of Imperial and Colonial Memory in Transcultural Perspective”

Migration: “Memory and Migration – Changing Frames of Reference”

Memory Unbound: Transcultural, Transgenerational, Transmedial, and Transdisciplinary Dynamics of Memory

Summer School des MNEMONICS Networks

Ghent, 09.-11. September 2013

In Search of Transcultural Memory in Europe

Training School for PhD candidates

Kopenhagen, 13.-16. Mai 2013

Meine Großeltern – Ein Langzeitprojekt von Mats Staub

Sonderausstellung, historisches museum frankfurt

12. September 2012 bis 27. Januar 2013

Vortrag von Astrid Erll: “Wie sich Familien erinnern. Der Einfluss von Medien und Dingen auf Erinnerungen.”

historisches museum frankfurt, 16. Januar 2013, 18 Uhr

Flyer (PDF)

Symposium:

“Guatemala: Nunca más – Never again. Desde el trauma de la guerra Civil hacia la integración étnica, democracia y justicia social”

Frankfurt, 01.-03. November 2012

Konferenzprogramm (PDF)

Tagung:

“Aesthetics and Ethics of Memory”

(Network “Mnemonics”)

Aarhus, 20.-22. September 2012

Konferenzprogramm (PDF)

Symposium:

“How History Enters Photography”

28.-30. Juni 2012

Flyer (inkl. Konferenzprogramm) (PDF)

Vera Nünning (Heidelberg University) und Ansgar Nünning (Giessen University)

“Erzähltheorie(n) und Kulturwissenschaften –

Friedliche Koexistenz oder Perspektiven für

historische Geisteswissenschaften?”

Mittwochskonferenz, FZHG

07. Dezember 2011