UNREST Final conference en la British School at Rome del 6 al 8 de febrero de 2019
The Horizon 2020 project ‘Unsettling Remembering and Social Cohesion in Transnational Europe’ (UNREST) Final Conference will take place at the British School at Rome on 6-8 February 2019.
This international conference invites some of the leading specialists in Memory Studies, History, Social Anthropology, Political Philosophy, Cultural Studies and Human-Computer Interaction, heritage professionals, cultural practitioners, and policymakers to discuss the work of the UNREST project over two days at the prestigious British School at Rome.
Francisco Ferrándiz and Marije Hristova will participate in the journeys with the following conference: “Remembering at Sites of Mass Grave Exhumations”
Where the Forest Thickens – English subtitles
THEATRE COMPANY: MICOMICÓN
Within the framework of the European Project UNREST, work has been done on the creation of a play on the exhumations carried out in Poland, Bosnia Herzegovina and Spain.
Here is the complete play “Where the Forest Thickens” with English subtitles.
- Ferrándiz, F. 2019. “Unburials, Generals and Phantom Militarism: Engaging with the Spanish Civil War Legacy”. Current Anthropology 60 (S19): S62-S76.
- Jugo, Admir and Sarah Wagner. 2017. “Memory Politics and Forensic Practices”, in Zuzanna Dziuban (ed.), Mapping the ‘Forensic Turn’, pp. 195-213. Vienna: Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien.
- Ferrándiz, F and M Hristova. In press, 2019. “Mass Grave Exhumations as Agonistic Fora: A Comparative Study of Spain, Poland and Bosnia”, in Johanna Vollmeyer and Marta Fernández Bueno, Repensar el pasado: La memoria (trans)cultural Europea. Madrid: Dykinson.
- Berger Stefan, Anna Cento Bull, Zofia Wóycicka, Cristian Cercel, Nina Parish, Małgorzata A. Quinkenstein, Eleanor Rowley, “War Museums and Agonistic Memory. A Report” Museum Worlds, Vol. 6, Issue 1 (July 2019).
- Parish Nina, Marianna Deganutti, Eleanor Rowley. “Representing Multilingual Difficult History: Voices of the First World War in the Kobarid Museum (Slovenia) and the Historial de la Grande Guerre (France)” JoSTrans: The Journal of Specialised Translation, issue 29, January 2018.
- Cento Bull Anna, David Clarke, Marianna Deganutti. “Soft Power and Dark Heritage: Multiple Potentialities” International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol. 23(6), 2017: 660-674.
- Cercel Cristian. “The Military History Museum in Dresden: Forum and Temple Alike?” History & Memory, vol. 30(1), March 2018: 3-39.
- Cercel Cristian, Nina Parish and Eleanor Rowley “War in the Museum: The Historial of the Great War in Péronne and the Military History Museum in Dresden” Journal of War and Culture Studies, March 2019.
- Cento Bull Anna, Hans Lauge Hansen, Wulf Kansteiner, Nina Parish. “War museums as agonistic spaces: possibilities, opportunities and constraints” International Journal of Heritage Studies, vol. 25, no. 6, 2018.
- Daniela De Angeli; Lee Scott; Eamonn O’Neill; Daniel J. Finnegan; Anna Bull: “Agonistic Games: Multiperspective and Unsettling Games for a Social Change”.