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CMNH Celebratory Symposium: New Directions in Memory Studies

New Critical Directions in Memory Studies Symposium M2 Boardroom, Grand Parade (or online) 10th June, 2022 9.00am-5.30pm   A Collaborative and Celebratory Symposium hosted by the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories, University of Brighton.   In the last decade,… Continue Reading →

Call for Contributions. CMNH Symposium: ‘Anti-Racist Research in the Age of Black Lives Matter’

We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the forthcoming online symposium entitled ‘Anti-Racist Research in the Age of Black Lives Matter’, to be held on Windrush Day, Tuesday 22 June 2021. This online symposium is organized by the Centre… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium: Histories, Narratives and Cultures of Death, Dying and Anticipatory Grief

Grand Parade This conference was postponed due to Covid 19. We still plan to run it, but the new date is to be confirmed.   Histories, Narratives and Cultures of Death, Dying and Anticipatory Grief Since its emergence as a… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2019: Postindustrial imaginaries: beyond progress, memory and loss

27th Mar 2019 9:00am-5:30pm Room 309, Edward Street, University of Brighton Postindustrial imaginaries: beyond progress, memory and loss Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories Annual Symposium Room 309, 154-155 Edward Street, University of Brighton The postindustrial is tethered… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2018: Critical Histories

13th Jun 2018 9:00am-5:30pm G4, Grand Parade Rationale and themes History making comes out of a social context and then feeds back into it. The Critical Histories symposium invites History practitioners to reflect on this often overlooked two-way relationship, on… Continue Reading →

Reparative Histories 2: The Making, Re-making and Un-making of ‘Race’ (2017)

6th Apr 2017 9:30am – 7th Apr 2017 4:00pm Grand Parade Keynote Speakers: Professor Catherine Hall (University College London) ‘Righting wrongs: slavery and reparatory histories’ and Professor Ben Carrington (University of Texas at Austin) ‘Show me the money!’: Freedom, Resistance and the Cultural Politics… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2016: Abusing Power: The Visual Politics of Satire

23rd Sep 2016 9:00am – 24th Sep 2016 6:00pm Sallis Benney Theatre and Brighton Pavilion Speakers include: Steve Bell, political cartoonist Martin Rowson, political cartoonist Prof. Ian Haywood (Roehampton) This event will also include a curatorial introduction to the caricature collection… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2015: Heritage in the 21st Century

7th Feb 2015 9:00am-4:30pm Grand Parade It is now over thirty years since English Heritage was established in 1983 with the National Heritage Act, and over twenty since John Major established the Department of National Heritage in 1992, since converted… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2013: New Approaches to the History and Memory of War and Conflict

7th Dec 2013 9:00am-5:30pm Grand Parade In this year’s symposium, we intend to explore new approaches to the experiences of war and conflict as they are negotiated, remembered, mediated and lived. The focus of the symposium is not only to… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2012: History, Memory and Green Imaginaries

30th Nov 2012 9:30am-5:00pm Grand Parade This symposium invites reflection on the ways in which history and memory inform and shape contemporary green imaginaries. It brings together cultural theorists, historians, cultural geographers, educators and policy actors. Programme: 9.15 – 9.45      … Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2012: The Arab Spring

13th Jan 2012 9:15am-5:00pm Grand Parade The Arab Spring: Symposium to mark the 1st Anniversary of the Tunisian Revolution In this symposium taking place on the eve of the first anniversary of the Tunisian Revolution, we will reflect on the… Continue Reading →

CMNH Symposium 2011: Archives and the Politics of History and Memory

29th Jan 2011 9:30am-6:00pm Falmer campus, University of Brighton How does an archive become an archive? How does agency and power operate in the archive? How do historians of class, gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity and disability negotiate the archival record… Continue Reading →

CRMH Launch Symposium 2008

6th Dec 2008 9:10am-6:10pm Grand Parade Launch Symposium for Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories, University of Brighton The Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories brings together colleagues with a variety of interests and experience involving research on memory, narrative, and histories. The Centre provides a locus of disciplinary… Continue Reading →

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