Our dual concern at the Cultural Identity and Memory Studies Institute (CIMS) is to explore cultural identity and cultural memory: that is, the investigation of the diverse textual constructs and creations (e.g. traditions, myths, literary canons, and political institutions) by which national and other cultural groups represent, criticise, renew and repurpose their sense of identity and memory.
Upcoming events for Semester 1, 2022-2023 :
- 3 October, 5pm. SEMINAR SERIES: Professor Shelleen Greene (UCLA), ‘Oenothea’s Gaze: Donyale Luna in Fellini-Satyricon (1969)’ (co-hosted with the Italian Department)
Location: UCO 31
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- 26 October, 4pm. SEMINAR SERIES: Professor Bhakti Shringarpure (University of Connecticut and IASH, Edinburgh), “Stories and Saviors: On Literary Humanitarianism”
Location: UCO 30
- 2 Nov, 1pm. BROWN BAG TALK: Lucy Szemetová (Film Studies), ‘Excavating “Invisible” Histories – (Dis)Remembering Socialist Secret Police Through Documentary Film?’
Location: Buchanan 305
- 18 November, 4pm. SEMINAR SERIES: Professor Nina Parish (University of Stirling). ‘Diasporic memory practice on the Internet: Remembering lost homelands’
Location: UCO 30.
We warmly welcome staff and students from any discipline who would like to get involved.
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