‘Researching Protest Memory’ workshop at University of Sussex

The Protest Memory Network’s very first workshop, on ‘Researching Protest Memory’ took place on the 30th and 31st May. It was organised at the University of Sussex by Dr Pollyanna Ruiz, Senior Lecturer in the university’s School of Media, Film and Music, in collaboration with Sussex Humanities Lab. From the outset, it was a thoroughly innovative…

Protest Memory Network workshop: Researching Protest Memory

The Protest Memory Network’s first workshop, on the theme of ‘Researching Protest Memory’, will be taking place at the University of Sussex on 30th and 31st of May. The workshop will bring together scholars who focus on transnational memory cultures, social movement studies media and communications, digital/global cultures of contestation, and protest/activist histories. It will explore…

Protest Memory Network Partner & Advisory Group Meeting – 11th April 2018

Overview Joanne Garde-Hansen, the Protest Memory Network’s Principal Investigator, and Co-Investigator Red Chidgey, held a Partner & Advisory Group meeting at the University of Warwick on 11th April, 2018. The meeting was also attended by Michael Powell (from project partner the People’s History Museum) and advisors Alan Rivett (Warwick Arts Centre), Helen Ford (Modern Records Centre) and Matthew…

1968 | 2018 – Protest, Performance and the Public Sphere

Registration is now open for the 1968 | 2018 – Protest, Performance and the Public Sphere symposium (7-9 June 2018) at the University of Warwick. To register for the conference, please follow the link below:  https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/theatre_s/staff/prof_andy_lavender/1968-2018/registration/  To view a draft programme, please follow this link: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/theatre_s/staff/prof_andy_lavender/1968-2018/programme/  For further details, please visit the conference website here:…