New Frontiers in Memory Studies Lecture Series Video Recordings

Ananya J. Kabir (King’s College London / Humboldt Prize Winner FU Berlin)

“Activating the Archive-Repertoires of Memory”

Thu November 28, 2019


Photo: David Tett

Jeffrey Olick (University of Virgina)

“Remembering Halbwachs: The Strange Translation and Reception History of a Selected Predecessor”

Tue November 19, 2019


Julia Creet (York University, Canada)

The Journey : HG Adler as Modernist Historiographer”

Frankfurt, 15 May 2018


Christina Morina (University of Amsterdam)

“The Invention of Marxism: Experience, Idea and Commitment in the Age of Ideologies”

Frankfurt, 09 May 2018


Emilie Pine (University College Dublin)

“The Witness and the Archive: Digitizing Memories of Childhood Abuse in Ireland”

Frankfurt, 27 June 2017


William J. Buxton (Concordia University in Montreal)

“Too Much Space and Too Little Time”: Harold Innis, the Northern Frontier, and the Making of Cultural Memory in Canada, 1920-1945 “

Frankfurt, 30 June 2016


Verena Boos (author of the novel Blood Oranges ) and Natan Sznaider (Professor of Sociology, Tel-Aviv-Yaffo)

“History and Stories of Terror – How do you think and write about the transnational memory of the Spanish Civil War?”

June 22, 2016


Wulf Kansteiner (Aarhus University)

“Fears, Lies, and Television: The Politics of Migration Memory in Prime Time Crime”

Frankfurt, 28 January 2016


Liedeke Plate (Radboud University)

“Transcultural Rewriting as Memory Practice”

Frankfurt, 12 January 2016


Daniela Berghahn (University of London)

“Projecting Memories of Migration”

Frankfurt, 24 November 2015

Video in three parts: Part 1 , Part 2 & Part 3

The Indian Ocean Memories Workshop

Gitanjali Pyndiah (Goldsmiths, University of London)

“Collective Amnesia, Denial or Disavowal of History: The Indian Ocean Islands of Mauritius and its Colonial Past”

A collaboration between FMSP and AFRASO; with comments by Astrid Erll , Sissy Helff and John Njenga Karugia

Frankfurt, 19 May 2015


Aleida Assmann (University of Konstanz)

“Forms of Forgetting”

Frankfurt, 29 April 2015


Nadia Butt (Justus Liebig University Giessen)

“Metaphors of Memory and Modernity in South Asian Anglophone Novels and Films”

Frankfurt, 03 February 2015


Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow)

“Digital Memory Studies: The Right to Be Forgotten in Post-Scarcity Culture”

Frankfurt, 04 November 2014


Stef Craps (University of Ghent)

“Trends in Trauma Theory”

Frankfurt, 10 June 2014


Sébastien Fevry (Louvain la Neuve)

“Sepia cinema under Nicolas Sarkozy’s France, Nostalgia and National Identity”

Frankfurt, 04 June 2014


Sébastien Fevry (Louvain la Neuve)

“Illegal Migrants and National Memory in Contemporary French Cinema”

Frankfurt, 22 April 2014