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3rd Annual Meeting and Training School in Belgrade

3rd Annual Meeting and Training School in Belgrade

Belgrade, May 27- 31, 2024

organized by Orli Fridman and Jovan Ivanovic
 
Our next and third Annual Meeting will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, from May 27-31. The early career researcher training school runs from May 27-28, and the official annual meeting from May 29- 31. 
 
Please stay tuned for more information. 

Accommodation
During the training school and the meeting, we will be staying at the Hotel Palace premises, where you can book a single or double room (double can be reserved for single use). Booking codes for with a 10% discount will be available in due time. 
 

Preliminary Schedule

Early Career Training School 

Find out more about the training school (eligibility, organization, application) here

Sunday May 26 – Arrival day for training school participants
Evening welcome 

Monday May 27 – Training school day 1
Slow memory theories 

Tuesday May 28Training school day 2
Slow memory theories 

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Main Action Meeting 

Wednesday May 29 – Network meeting

Slow Memory Theories Panels/roundtables: Where are we at now?

Slow memory publications – discussions & planning

Lunch break 

MC meeting at the Museum of Yugoslavia  (followed by a Museum visit) 

 

Thursday May 30 

Belgrade memory walks  

Lunch break 

WG meetings – outputs/ Educational materials 

Joint Evening Activity 

 

Friday May 31

The Labyrinth of the 1990s – A museum in the making 

A workshop – how will we represent the 1990s in terms of the slow 

Preparations for Belfast

Wrap up 

Lunch

Plan departure after lunch

 

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