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: Exploring the Transnational Neighbourhood: Integration, Community, and Co-Habitation

Exploring the Transnational Neighbourhood: Integration, Community, and Co-Habitation

A conference of the UCD Humanities Institute, University College Dublin 
in collaboration with 
The Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, 
University of London

24-26 June 2019

New Publication: Visualising Human Rights

This new publication may be of interest to H-Memory readers.

Jane Lydon (ed.) Visualising Human Rights, Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2018.

When the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948, photography was considered a ‘universal language’ that would communicate across barriers of race and culture. 70 years later it is timely to examine the cultural impact of the framework of human rights through visual culture.

Member Publication: Remembering Women's Activism

This new publication may be of interest to H-Memory Readers.

Sharon Crozier-De Rosa and Vera Mackie, Remembering Women's Activism, Oxford: Routledge, 2019.

Remembering Women’s Activism examines the intersections between gender politics and acts of remembrance by tracing the cultural memories of women who are known for their actions.

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