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Seminars 2010/11

Seminar: The nameless dread of trench warfare

23rd Mar 2011 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Dr Mike Roper (University of Essex) The term ‘nameless dread’ was coined by the Kleinian psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion in the 1950s to describe what happens to the child when emotional communication with the mother… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Sisterhood and After: The Women’s Liberation Oral History Project

16th Feb 2011 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade In 2008, The Women’s Liberation Movement Research Network brought together archivists, scholars and activists keen to document the UK WLM as it has developed since the 1960s. The Women’s Library conceived of the project… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Landscape, Place and Memory in Early Modern England

19th Jan 2011 5:00pm Grand Parade Professor Andy Wood (University of East Anglia) Employing archival and cartographic material drawn from sixteenth and seventeenth century England, this paper looks at the embeddedness of senses of landscape and place in local memory…. Continue Reading →

Seminar: Historians in Two Hundred Years’ Time Are Going To Die for That!

17th Nov 2010 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade ‘Historians in Two Hundred Years’ Time Are Going To Die for That!’ Events and Non-events in the Mass Observation Archive’s “One Day for Life” Photography Collection Dr Annebella Pollen (University of Brighton) The 55,000… Continue Reading →

Seminar: Making Histories from the Screen Archive South East Collection

13th Oct 2010 5:00pm-7:00pm Grand Parade Dr Frank Gray, University of Brighton This paper first introduces the collection of Screen Archive South East and then turns to Frank’s recent research that draws upon the archive’s collection of lantern slides, lanterns,… Continue Reading →

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