March 15th - May 5th
This Speaker Series is a programming iteration of Memory Activism: Collaborative Processes of Counter-Memorialization, a project consisting of curatorial work and research concerning subversive or disruptive modes of memorialization and memory-keeping, including overlapping issues of resistance-memory and areas of connection between various experiences of difficult heritage.
This series aspires to create a public forum for discussion and a free resource for education and research regarding the topics of memory activism. The series will consist of live-streamed panels, presentations, and lectures hosted by our team members, and featuring academics, artists, and activists from across the field of memory studies.
The virtual discussions are free to attend and accessible to the public. The talks are hosted on Zoom and are a secure space where audience members will only be able to listen without video and type questions in the chat. Please find the links to the live and recorded talks below.