Project Publications

Anna Cento Bull & Hans Lauge Hansen, “On agonistic memory”, Memory Studies 9:4 (2016)

David Clarke, Anna Cento Bull and Marianna Deganutti: “Soft power and dark heritage: multiple potentialities”, International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol.23:6 (2017)

Micomicón : “Donde el bosque se espesa / Where the Forest Thickens” (2017)

Marianna Deganutti, Nina Parish and Eleanor Rowley, “Multilingualism and museums: Voices of the First World War in the Kobarid Museum (Slovenia) and the Historial de la Grande Guerre (France)” The Journal of Specialist Translation No. 29 (2018)

Stefan Berger, Anna Cento Bull, Cristian Cercel, Nina Parish, Malgorzata A. Quinkenstein, Eleanor Rowley, Zofia Wóycicka, Jocely Dodd and Sarah Plump, “War Museums and Agonistic Memory (Report)” Museum Worlds: Advances in Research 6 (2018): 112-124

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.

Cercel Cristian. ‘The Military History Museum in Dresden: Forum and Temple Alike?’ History & Memory, vol. 30(1), March 2018: 3-39.

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, A. & Clarke, D. 2018. Administrations of Memory and Modes of Remembering: Some Comments on the Special Issue, International Journal of Politics Culture and Society.

Conference paper by Daniela de Angeli, Daniel Joseph Finnegan and Eamonn O’Neill, written with Anna Cento Bull, ‘Agonistic Games: Multiperspective and Unsettling Games for a Social Change’ at the CHI PLAY’18 Conference in Melbourne, Australia, on 28-31 October.

Ferrándiz, F. 2019. Unburials, Generals, and Phantom Militarism: Engaging with the Spanish Civil War Legacy. Current Anthropology , pp. S000–S000. doi: 10.1086/701057.