Culture, collective memories and public discourse

 

Convenors: 
Anna Lisa Tota
: Department of Political and Social Studies, University of Pavia, Italy 
Fredrik Engelstad:
Institute for Social Research, Norway 

- ROOM 2.13

Tuesday September 23   (14:00 - 16:00)

Session 1 
Narratives, identities, generations 

 

Chair: Graciela Trajtenberg

Autor(s): Henna Mikkola
Institution: Research Centre for Contemporary Culture, University of Jyväskylä
Country: Finland 
FRAGMENTS OF GENERATIONAL IDENTITIES - WRITING
Autor(s): Fredrik Engelstad
Institution: Institute for Social Research
Country: Norway 
THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF THE WRITER
Autor(s): Kimmo Jokinen and Kimmo Saaristo
Institution: University of Jyväskylä
Country: Finland 
ROCK MEMORIES AND GENERATIONS
Autor(s): TriinVihalemm
Institution: University of Tartu
Country: Estonia 
(RE)CONSTRUCTION OF COLLECTIVE IDENTITIES AFTER DISSOLUTION OF THE SOVIET UNION
Autor(s): Annette Falahey
Institution: University of Sydney
Country: Australia 
LOOKING THROUGH THE HAZE: REMEMBERING ALCOHOL AND PUBLIC HOUSES
Autor(s): Gwynyth Øverland
Institution: Psychosocial Team for Refugees
Country: Norway 
CUTTING THROUGH SOCIAL DIVISIONS: AN ESSAY IN CRITICAL MULTICULTURALISM

 


 

Wednesday September 24   (9:00 - 11:00)

Session 2 
Memorials, war, violence 

 

Chair: Fredrik Engelstad

Autor(s): Alejandro Mantecón Terán
Institution: University of Alicante
Country: Spain 
ESPACIO URBANO Y MEMORIA COLECTIVA
Autor(s): Mary Leontsini
Institution: Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Crete
Country: Greece 
WRITING AND READING THE PAST AS CULTURAL PRACTICES
Autor(s): Sara Helman
Institution: Department of Behavioral Sciences, Ben Gurion University
Country: Israel 
CLEAN AND DIRTY SPACES AND COMBAT SOLDIER EXPERIENCES
Autor(s): Alek D. Epstein
Institution: Shalem Center, Jerusalem, Open University of Israel
Country: Israel 
BEYOND CIVIL RELIGION OF SECURITY
Autor(s): Alejandro Baer
Institution: Faculty of Sociology, Complutense University of Madrid
Country: Spain 
FROM JEWISH TO UNIVERSAL MEMORY
Autor(s): Natalia Danilova
Institution: Centre of the Independent Sociological Researches
Country: Russia 
WAR MEMORIAL CULTURE AFTER SOVIET AFGH