Call For Papers
Upheavals of Memory: Defining, Imagining, Creating, Contesting
Humanities Institute, University College Dublin
27-28 April 2007
The aim of this two-day conference is to examine the discourses in which memory is defined, imagined, created, and contested. The focus of the event is to examine the identical, oppositional, complementary, and contradictory boundaries of the powers of remembrance across various disciplines. This event focuses on the overarching theme of the initial HII research programme, Identity, Memory and Meaning in the Twenty-First Century, by tangling the issue of the upheavals of memory from a variety of intersecting discourses including, but not limited to, philosophy, psychology,anthropology, archaeology, sociology, language, literature, linguistics, history, art history, classical studies, film studies, geography, and music. The intention here is to draw together contributions from the wider spectrum of the academic circle in a way that will initiate and foster further fertile research, creative expression, and meaningful collaboration.
For further information, see www.ucd.ie/hii The conference language will be English, and each paper will be allotted twenty minutes of presentation time. Abstracts of 250 words should be e-mailed to email@example.com The deadline for submission is Friday, February 16th 2007.
UCD Humanities Institute of Ireland
International Postgraduate Conference
The Humanities Institute of Ireland is funded under the Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions (PRTLI), administered by the HEA.
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