H-Net network on Memory Studies.



H-Memory is a network open to all academics and researchers concerned with Memory Studies. This inter-disciplinary field interests itself in how humans remember and represent that memory, be it through literature, monuments, historical works, or in their own private lives.

Recent Content

CFP: The ERA in the 21st Century (Frontiers: Journal of Women's Studies; 10/1/14)

A Special Issue of Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies
The ERA in the 21st Century
Guest Editor: Laura Mattoon D’Amore
Due date for receipt of papers is October 1, 2014

CFP: Gender in the Golden 80s (Film & History conference 6/1/14; 10/29/14)

The 1980s is its own “golden age” of film when considering the idea/ls of gender contained within its borders. The era indulged representations of high-testosterone masculinity (such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, and Bruce Willis) and vulnerable femininity (such as Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy). And, while films of the decade were also capable of imagining men who were strong and sensitive (like Eric Stoltz in Some Kind of Wonderful, Rob Lowe in About Last Night, and Judd Nelson in The Breakfast Club), there were far fewer roles for women that broke from stereotypically feminized characterizations (like Linda Hamilton in Terminator, Lea Thompson in Back to the Future, and Demi Moore in St. Elmo’s Fire).

The Natural History of Memory: London seminar, May 17, 2014

 The Natural History of Memory Inaugural Seminar

(hosted by the Cultural Memory Seminar Series, sponsored by the Department of English, Linguistics, and Cultural Studies, University of Westminster) 

Venue: G37, Senate House

Date: 17th May, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.  

Speakers: Professor Anna Reading (King’s College London),  'Where Do Clouds Come From? A Natural History of Digital Memory’ 

Dr Frank Uekoetter (University of Birmingham), 'The Boll Weevil, the Post-Slavery Plantation, and the Global World of Monoculture’ 

Dr Jakob Stougaard-Nielsen (UCL), 'London Submerged: Eco-Fictions of a Vanishing Present' 

Chairs: Drs Lucy Bond (Westminster), Rick Crownshaw (Goldsmiths), Jessica Rapson (King’s) 

Oral History Book Launches and Play (Montreal)

The Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling in Montreal invites you to the launch of Stacey Zembrzycki’s According to Baba: A Collaborative Oral History of Sudbury’s Ukrainian Community and Steven High’s Oral History at the Crossroads: Sharing Life Stories of Survival and Displacement (UBC Press, 2014), the first two books in UBC Press’s new “Shared: Oral and Public History” book series. A reception as well as a dramatic reading of Jenny Montgomery’s Déraciné, a French-language play that came out of the Montreal Life Stories project, will follow.

School vs. Memory? call for abstracts

Conflict, Identity, Coexistence (Central Europe)
International interdisciplinary conference | Prague, 10–11 October 2014

Deadline for abstracts: May 11, 2014
Notification of applicants: End of June 2014

more at http://www.schoolxmemory.eu