Tallinn, Estonia

CFP: Translating Memories in Literature, Film, Museums, and Monuments: An Eastern European Memory Studies Summer School

when 11 July 2022 - 15 July 2022
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 100

The ‘Translating Memories’ project focuses on how memorial forms and acts of memory are translated across, between and beyond post-socialist Eastern Europe, as well as how the arts and memory practices can potentially redraw boundaries within and beyond the region.

Target group

PhD students studying relevant topics in fields across the social sciences and humanities, including (but not limited to) literature, history, film studies, heritage studies, memory studies, and Slavic studies.

Course aim

Students will be able to present their research to their peers and instructors, providing valuable presentation experience as well as the opportunity to gain detailed feedback from a variety of theoretical and disciplinary backgrounds.

Fee info

EUR 100: The registration fee for the summer school is €100. A fee waiver may be requested in case of severe financial need. This fee covers a part of accommodation and meals in Roosta. The rest will be covered by the organisers.

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