Podcasts of the “Symposium: New Approaches to the History and Memory of War and Conflict”.

A recording of the Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative and Histories (CRMNH) 2013 annual symposium. This event explored new approaches to the experiences of war and conflict as they are negotiated, remembered, mediated and lived. The focus of the symposium was not only to chart new lines for both theoretical and empirical analysis of the way in which violent conflicts are (and were) apprehended and articulated, but also the ways violent legacies shape and haunt processes of post-conflict transition.

Speakers: Emilie Pine (University College Dublin); Gabriel Koureas (Birkbeck, University of London); Kevin McSorley (University of Portsmouth); Mark McGovern (Edge Hill University); Lotte Hughes (The Open University); Stefanie Kappler (Liverpool Hope University); Safet HadžiMuhamedović (Goldsmiths, University of London), Sam Edwards (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Charlotte-Heath-Kelly (Warwick University).

Unfortunately, due to copyright restrictions we are unable to broadcast the keynote Speech by Santanu Das.


This event took place at the University of Brighton on the 7th December 2013.

For more details visit: http://bit.ly/1mOdc9g

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