Between Europe and Australia: Memory, Museum and Heritage


Dr Kasia Williams
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Between Europe and Australia: Memory, Museum and Heritage

Symposium of the Australian Memory Research Network & the
ANU Centre for European Studies 14 October 2016
• Laurajane Smith, “Affi rmation and remembering in museum contexts”
• Sulamith Graefenstein, “Globalised Holocaust Memory and the Human Rights Museum: A Comparative Case Study of Overlaps and Differences in Representing Diffi cult Pasts in the European, North American and Asian Museum Context”
• Jacqueline Lo, “Staging whiteness at the Rautenstrauch Joest Museum”
• Felicity Collins, “Where Do You Think You Are? Travel, Recognition, Place” 
• Rosanne Kennedy, “Multidirectional Eco-Memory in an Era of Extinction: Colonial Whaling and Indigenous Dispossession in Kim Scott’s That Deadman Dance” 
• Kasia Williams, “Europe’s subaltern memories in Australia: intergenerational responses”
• Trip to the Museum of Australian Democracy Old Parliament House
Museum of Australian Democracy “Memories of the Struggle” exhibition visit led by Professor Andrea Witcomb
• Australian Memory Research Network Meeting

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