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Book Launch: 29 September, 5:30pm – 7:00pm (BST)

Transnational Solidarity: Anticolonialism in the global sixties Book Launch and Panel Presentation – in-person and online Thursday 29 September, 5:30pm – 7:00pm (BST) Room G7, Pavilion Parade, City Campus, University of Brighton Online via Zoom The Centre of Memory, Narrative and… Continue Reading →

Publication: Picturing ghosts: Memories, traces and the prophesies of rebellion in postdictatorship Chilean film

We are delighted to announce the publication of Picturing Ghosts: Memories, Traces and Prophesies of Rebellion in Postdictatorship Chilean Film by former CMNH member and visiting research fellow Struan Gray. Picturing Ghosts is published with Peter Lang as part of the Cultural… Continue Reading →

Publication: Belfast punk and the Troubles: An oral history

We are delighted to announce the publication of Belfast punk and the Troubles: An oral history by CMNH member Fearghus Roulston. Belfast punk and the Troubles is an oral history of the punk scene in Belfast from the mid-1970s to the… Continue Reading →

News: CMNH co-director Dr. Zeina Maasri wins two-year AHRC fellowship

Congratulations to our co-director Dr. Zeina Maasri who has been awarded the AHRC – Research, Development and Engagement Fellowships for her project ‘Decolonising the Page: The Visual Politics and Poetics of Postcolonial Arabic Publications’ starting in October 2022 and extending to July… Continue Reading →

News: Uschi Klein wins University of Brighton’s Rising Stars

Congratulations to CMNH Steering Group member Uschi Klein for being awarded the University of Brighton’s Rising Stars (2022-23) for her project, entitled: Resisting socialist realities through vernacular photography in communist Romania (1947-1989) Romania was one of the most severe totalitarian dictatorships… Continue Reading →

Member Spotlight: Ailsa Grant Ferguson

Ailsa Grant Ferguson Principal Lecturer in Literature, University of Brighton Instagram: @dr_agf21   Tell us a little about your academic background and your research interests: My research is in the field of early modern English literature and its afterlives, especially… Continue Reading →

Call for Contributions: What’s happening to cultural studies?

Call for Contributions What’s happening to cultural studies? Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories (CMNH) – University of Brighton 14-16th September, 2022 This conference intends to promote a conversation about cultural studies: its current shape, the forces that have shaped… Continue Reading →

Call | Visiting Research Fellows 2022/23

Deadline extended to 17 June! The Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories (CMNH) at the University of Brighton invites applications for Visiting Research Fellows (VRF) to spend time at the Centre in the autumn semester (September-January 2022-23) OR the spring semester (February-June… Continue Reading →

We are delighted to announce the publication of Revolutionary lives of the Red and Black Atlantic since 1917 a new book by CMNH member Christian Høgsbjerg co-edited with David Featherstone and Alan Rice and appearing as part of the series Racism, Resistance… Continue Reading →

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