Master Class: Film Heritage, Archives and Memory
Dagmar Brunow (Linnaeus University)
Tuesday, 16 May, 12-14 in IG 1.414 (Campus Westend)
This Master Class is addressed to all advanced students, PhD candidates and PostDocs who have a keen interest in memory studies and film studies. You will have the opportunity to discuss the connection of film, archives, and memory with one of the internationally most renowned researchers in this field.
Dagmar Brunow is a Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Linnaeus University in Växjö (Sweden). Her recent book Remediating Transcultural Memory (de Gruyter, 2015) is a contribution to the emerging field of media memory studies, offering new takes on concepts such as transculturality, remediation and the archive. Her current research project (financed by the Swedish Research Council, 2016-18) examines the creation of transnational and transcultural memories in national film archives. Dagmar is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Scandinavian Cinema (intellect) and the leader of the NECS-workgroup “Cultural Memory and Media”.
To sign up for the Master Class please write an email to Prof. Astrid Erll.
There is a limited number of slots for project presentations (ca. 15 mins); please indicate in your email whether you wish to present your research project to Dr. Brunow.