The Institute of the Public Understanding of Past, based at the University of York, has issued a call for papers for a fascinating event looking at the nature of memory and identity construction online and in digital formats, and explore issues concerning the use of these digital memories as a resource for scholars.
The call for papers can be downloaded here: Placeless memories_call for papers
But there is also a website that can be found here: https://placelessmemories.wordpress.com/
Connecting History, Policy and the Public: Symposium and Book Launch
An IHR Public History Seminar and London Centre for Public History event convened by Alix Green and Edward Madigan.
Friday 24th June, Senate House Room 349, University of London, Malet Street, London.
Launch of History, Policy and Public Purpose, by Alix Green: 6-8pm
Confirmed contributors: Andrew Blick, Justin Champion, Alix Green, Paul Lay, Edward Madigan, Steve Poole, Graham Smith, John Tosh, Anna Whitelock.
Spaces limited, to register please contact email@example.com
This free event at Royal Holloway University London features one of our forthcoming speakers, Dr Jerome de Groot. Please register your free place on Eventbrite.
For more information contact Dr Nicola Phillips, IHR Public History Seminar Convenor.