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Seminars 2022/23

CMNH Seminar: Visualizing the Past: Postcolonial and Diasporic Memories Through Photography

Ahmet Atay, Professor, Department of Communication, College of Wooster  Wednesday 14 December, 2022 at 5.30-7.00pm, G4, City Campus, University of Brighton. Please note the date change. Online via Zoom – joining instructions will be emailed. As a media and cultural… Continue Reading →

CMNH Seminar: 1968 and After: French Radical Posters and Press at the Crossroads of New Left and ‘Counterculture’ .

1968 and after: French radical posters and press at the crossroads of new left and ‘counterculture’ . Manus McGrogan, IS History Group. Independent Scholar. Wednesday 18th January 2023, 5:30 to 7pm. G4, Grand Parade, City Campus. CMNH Seminar Series: Visual culture,… Continue Reading →

CMNH Seminar: Reparative vs Repetitive Histories, or When the Post-Colonial and the Post-Socialist Discourse meet in the Realm of Statue War

Reparative vs repetitive histories, or when the post-colonial and the post-socialist discourse meet in the realm of statue war. Dr Andrea Pruchova Hruzova, Institute for Contemporary History, Charles University, Prague. 11am to 1pm. Friday 24th February, 2023. M2 Boardroom, Grand… Continue Reading →

CMNH Seminar: Futures Past: Africa in the Cold War Photographic Archive

Futures Past: Africa in the Cold War Photographic Archive Professor Darren Newbury (University of Brighton) Wednesday 26th April, 5:30- 7pm, 2023. G4, Grand Parade. CMNH Seminar Series: Visual culture, history, and memory. All Welcome, no need to book, just turn… Continue Reading →

CMNH Seminar: Neither Forbidden nor Particularly Encouraged or Supported: the Ambivalent Status of Photography during Romania’s Communist Period

Neither forbidden nor particularly encouraged or supported: the ambivalent status of photography during Romania’s communist period Dr Uschi Klein, School of Art and Media, University of Brighton Wednesday 10th May 2023, 5:30 to 7pm (online) Please book here to attend… Continue Reading →

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