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Join the network mailing list to connect with other researchers, artists and heritage partners working in the field of protest memory and to receive news of relevant public events, calls for papers and new publications.
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You can also contribute to the network’s archive of autobiographical protest memories. Do you have a protest memory that is particularly vivid? One that keeps coming to mind or has shaped you in some way? We would love to hear your protest memories – whether you were a participant, a bystander, a commentator, or a witness. Tell us whatever is important to you to tell.
If you would like some guidelines, you could share with us:
- What the protest was about
- The year or decade of the protest
- Where the protest took place
- How this memory makes you feel
- Why this memory is important to you
We would love to hear from you and all memories gathered will be treated confidentially.