Oxford project aims to preserve WW2 memories and objects

A project led by the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford is looking for contributions to a free online archive of family stories, anecdotes, memories and digitized objects relating to people’s experiences of the Second World War. Their Finest Hour, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, aims to digitally collect stories and materials related to Britain's and the Commonwealth's role in the Second World War in order to preserve them and make them freely available to the public.

Oxford project aims to preserve WW2 memories and objects

A project led by the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford is looking for contributions to a free online archive of family stories, anecdotes, memories and digitized objects relating to people’s experiences of the Second World War. Their Finest Hour, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, aims to digitally collect stories and materials related to Britain's and the Commonwealth's role in the Second World War in order to preserve them and make them freely available to the public.

23. Feb. - Roundtable 'Between Philosophy and Mysticism: Henri and Mina Bergson and the Golden Dawn' | John Ó Maoilearca, Professor Critical and Historical Studies at Kingston University, London (Online&Offline Event)

This roundtable covers a fascinating yet little known moment in history. At the turn of the twentieth century, the brother and sister, Henri Bergson and Mina Bergson, were both living in Paris and working on seemingly very different but nonetheless complementary approaches to questions concerning the nature of matter, spirit, time, and memory. He was a leading professor within the French academy. She was a celebrated feminist and occultist, performing on theatre stages around Paris.

Oxford project aims to preserve WW2 memories and objects

A project led by the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford is looking for contributions to a free online archive of family stories, anecdotes, memories and digitized objects relating to people’s experiences of the Second World War. Their Finest Hour, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, aims to digitally collect stories and materials related to Britain's and the Commonwealth's role in the Second World War in order to preserve them and make them freely available to the public.

Oxford project aims to preserve WW2 memories and objects

A project led by the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford is looking for contributions to a free online archive of family stories, anecdotes, memories and digitized objects relating to people’s experiences of the Second World War. Their Finest Hour, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, aims to digitally collect stories and materials related to Britain's and the Commonwealth's role in the Second World War in order to preserve them and make them freely available to the public.

Oxford project aims to preserve WW2 memories and objects

A project led by the Faculty of English at the University of Oxford is looking for contributions to a free online archive of family stories, anecdotes, memories and digitized objects relating to people’s experiences of the Second World War. Their Finest Hour, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, aims to digitally collect stories and materials related to Britain's and the Commonwealth's role in the Second World War in order to preserve them and make them freely available to the public.

CFP: Two open panels at IPSA World Congress, Buenos Aires July 2023

The deadline for abstract submissions to the IPSA is only one month away!

We are looking for participants for two panels:

Panel #1 Representing the World? Critical approaches to historical representations of global politics and world order

https://wc2023.ipsa.org/wc/panel/representing-world-critical-approaches-historical-representations-global-politics-and; and

Author: 
Alicia Puglionesi
Reviewer: 
Hayden L. Nelson

Nelson on Puglionesi, 'In Whose Ruins: Power, Possession, and the Landscapes of American Empire'

Alicia Puglionesi. In Whose Ruins: Power, Possession, and the Landscapes of American Empire. New York: Scribner, 2022. 368 pp. $28.99 (cloth), ISBN 978-1-982116-75-0

Reviewed by Hayden L. Nelson (University of Kansas) Published on H-Environment (October, 2022) Commissioned by Daniella McCahey (Texas Tech University)

MANIFEST - New artistic perspectives to re-imagine Europe’s collective memory of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people

MANIFEST is looking for artists who are motivated to contribute with new artistic perspectives to re-imagine Europe’s collective memory of the transatlantic trade of enslaved people.

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