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|Titel||The (Un)Sayable in Public Discourses about the Past (Workshop)|
The (Un)Sayable in Public Discourses about the Past
Friday, 14 May 2010
University of Reading, School of Modern Languages and European Studies
The workshop brings together contributions from researchers in the field of discourses about problematic pasts (Holocaust, colonialism, war) in Germany, France and Italy. More specifically, it looks at discourses about these pasts and at debates about what can and cannot be said about the past, what should or should not be said, what needs to be said and what may not be said about it.
Speakers: Prof Ruth Wodak (University of Lancaster), Prof Martin Evans (University of Portsmouth), Dr Rebecca Clifford (Swansea University), Prof Bill Niven (Nottingham Trent University), Prof Heidrun Kämper (Institute for German Language, Mannheim), James Taylor (Imperial War Museum, London), Dr Melani Schröter (University of Reading).
The full programme and venue information can be viewed following this link: http://www.reading.ac.uk/Languages/news/les-events.aspx
Coffee, registration, arrival
10:15-11:15 Keynote Speaker
Ruth Wodak (University of Lancaster): I/We Never Saw Anything. The Discursive Construction of History.
Martin Evans (University of Portsmouth): Confronting the Undeclared War. Memory, History and the Algerian War of Liberation in France since October 1988.
Rebecca Clifford (Swansea University): Italian Fascism and the Holocaust. Silence and Stricture in Official Discourse.
William Niven (Nottingham Trent University): Unmentionable together, unthinkable apart? The Holocaust and the Flight and Expulsion of Germans in Collective Memory
Heidrun Kämper (Institute for German Language, Mannheim): How to Talk about Guilt. Aspects of the Early German Postwar Discourse.
James Taylor (Imperial War Museum, London): Displaying the Unsayable. Challenging History at the Imperial War Museum.
Melani Schröter (University of Reading): Imposed Silence? Strategic Implications of ‘Taboo’ in Discourses about the Past.
Organisers: Dr Melani Schröter (German Studies), Prof Hilary Footitt (Director of AHRC Project “Languages at War”), University of Reading
The workshop is free, but for planning purposes please let us know whether you are planning to attend by emailing Gillian Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org
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