Short Term Scientific Missions 2022: reports

Short Term Scientific Missions 2022: reports

COST Action SlowMemory opened last year founding for Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM). We are happy to publish two reports:

Reinhabiting the borders and the buffer zone during the Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival that takes place in it. Basel / Photo @SergiosStrigklogiannis
  • Vjeran Pavlaković: Post-conflict, post-industrial, and post-socialist remembrance: Slow memory in Croatia and Poland.
  • Sergios Strigklogiannis: Anamnesis: Common memory in participatory urban transformation
  • Emina Zoletic: Intergenerational transmission of memories, war memories, or narratives: definitions from contemporary history, Holocaust and memory studies, and sociology, among other fields
  • Josef Djordjevski: Memoryscapes, Tourism, and the Environment in Croatia: Slow Memory and Sites of Conflict and Slow Violence

The 2023 STSM call is available on this page.

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