If you would like to join in the conversation around this project, or hear us talk about memory, we will be presenting at the following meetings or venues (more to follow):
Amanda will be presenting at the Memory Studies Association Second Annual Conference, University of Copenhagen, Saturday 16 December 2017. She is part of a symposium on “Psychological Approaches to Memory Studies” organized by Professor William Hirst. Here is the schedule of talks, which will run from 9am to 11am.
Amanda J. Barnier, Macquarie University: Transactive Memory, Collaboration, Conversation and Collective Cognition
William Hirst, The New School: Social aspects of forgetting: Selective forgetting in the formation of collective memory
Brady Wagoner, Ignacio Bresco de Luna, and Sara Awad, Aalborg University: Modern memorials and memory experience: Grief and remembering at memorial sites
Olivier Luminet and Aurélie van der Haegen, Université catholique de Louvain: Intergeneration mnemonic transmission of WWII across three generations. Preliminary investigations from Belgian families.
Andrew will be speaking at the following:
30.01.18 Invited Lecture: Human memory in the digital age, Centre for European Studies, Lund University, Sweden.
01.03.18 Annual Memory Lecture: ‘Forgetting War’. Memory Group, University of Warwick.
04.05.18 Invited Lecture: Digital war and memory, Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
22.05.18 Keynote: Media, War & Conflict Journal 10th Anniversary Conference, Accademia Europea Di Firenze, Florence, Italy.
23.08.18 Keynote: ‘Media ecologies and memory’, Mnemonics graduate summer school, Leuven, Belgium.