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Screening the Past in a Post Cold War World

Rechniewski, Elizabeth (17 août 2014)

Screening the Past in a Post Cold War World  Friday 26 and Saturday 27 September 2014 Old Geology Building, University of Sydney.  Recent films from Chile/Cuba, Catalonia/Spain, France/Algeria and Indonesia explore the troubled legacies of the Cold War. The themes that the films evoke carry a ...

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CFP - War Memories: Commemoration, Re-enactment, Writings of War in the English-speaking World (18th-21st centuries)

Graves, Matthew (16 avr. 2013)

Conference organised by the European University of Brittany (Rennes 2, France) and the Royal Military College (Kingston, Canada)  Université Européenne de Bretagne – Rennes 2, France 17, 18, 19 June 2014 The wars of the past have not left the same imprint on collective memory. Wars of conquest ...

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Marseille 1915-2015: gateway to the remembrance trails

Graves, Matthew (28 mars 2015)

International conference Aix-Marseille University – Marseille Archives Marseille 1915-2015: gateway to the remembrance trails Marseille 1915-2015 : portail des chemins de mémoire Thursday 9 April, Marseille Archives (Amphitheatre) 8:45 Opening address: Sylvie Clair (Director, Marseille Archives) ...

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The Politics of the Past: Great War Commemoration in International Perspective

Graves, Matthew (10 juin 2012)

This international symposium took place at the Australian National University from 26-27 April 2012 and was hosted by the School of Politics and International Relations and the ANU Centre for European Studies. It brought together researchers from France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Australia and ...

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Christmas Speech Fuels Belgian Memory of War

Wellings, Ben (28 déc. 2012)

Political controversy over the memory of the inter-War period and Europe's fascist era has erupted in Belgium in the wake of King Albert II's Christmas Speech.  Albert referred to the dangers of populist responses to economic and political crises in the 1930s and made an implicit comparison with ...

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The Pilgrimage to the IJsertoren: Flemish nationalism and Great War commemoration

Wellings, Ben (8 nov. 2012)

By Laurence van Ypersele and Ben Wellings This year, as every year since 1922, the Yser Pilgrimage took place on the last Sunday of August. This annual ceremony, that remembers and commemorates Flemish sacrifice and loss during the Great War, is organised by a Flemish nationalist committee at the ...

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Conference 'Judging the Past in a Post-Cold War World'

Rechniewski, Elizabeth (17 févr. 2015)

Judging the Past in a Post Cold-War World Date: 28 September, 2015 - 09:00 - 30 September, 2015 - 17:30 Venue: HRC Conference Room Bldg # 14, ANU The collapse of the Soviet Union accelerated the search for justice and truth on the part of many millions of people whose lives had been overshadowed ...

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Histories of Forgetting

Graves, Matthew (16 janv. 2013)

Now in print, the latest issue of E-rea, Aix-Marseille University's electronic journal of anglophone studies, takes as its theme Histories of Forgetting in the English and French-speaking Worlds, 20th-21st centuries: http://erea.revues.org/2734 Co-edited by Matthew Graves (LERMA/APMC) and Valérie ...

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The Australian National Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux: national identity and geographies of affect

Sumartojo, Shanti (28 juin 2012)

Since 2008, on the 90th anniversary of the Great War battle that took place there, the Australian government has held a commemorative service at the Australian National Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux site every Anzac Day. The first service attracted around 3,000 people, and by 2011, this had ...

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The Coral Sea incident (1973): a case of symbolic sanction ?

Graves, Matthew (22 juin 2012)

To embody the ideals of the nation and project them onto the global stage have been aspirations of Australian prime ministers since the 1960s, as Australia has developed a middle power role and diverged from the British world view in foreign affairs. Michelle Grattan observes that ‘through the ...

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