The ‘Unsettling Remembering and Social Cohesion in Transnational Europe’ (UNREST) Final Conference took place at the British School at Rome on 7-8 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.
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Follow Up – Debate
Natan Sznaider: Response to “Understanding Agonistic Memory”
Anna Cento Bull & Hans Lauge Hansen: A reply to Natan Sznaider
Francisco Ferrándiz & Marije Hristova: Mass Grave Exumation Sites as Agonistic Fora: A comparative Study of Spain, Poland and Bosnia