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.

  1. Amanda J. Barnier, Macquarie University: Transactive Memory, Collaboration, Conversation and Collective Cognition

  2. William Hirst, The New School: Social aspects of forgetting: Selective forgetting in the formation of collective memory

  3. Brady Wagoner, Ignacio Bresco de Luna, and Sara Awad, Aalborg University: Modern memorials and memory experience: Grief and remembering at memorial sites

  4. 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.