Narratives of Conflict and Disaster Workshop

Wednesday 13 January,

2.22, School of Modern Languages, Cardiff

A joint event of the Conflict, Development and Disaster Research Theme in the School of Modern Languages, Cardiff University and Conflict, Reconstruction and Memory Research Group at Swansea University.

Welcome (10:00 – 10:10)

Session 1 (10:10 – 11:10)

Silvestri, Angelo For the glory of God? The twelfth-thirteenth century bishops of Lincoln between politics, religion and art James, Leighton Narratives of conflict in the Napoleonic period
Langford, Rachael

 

Photography and the memory of colonial conflict: the Congo, the Kodak and the Red Rubber scandal Miakinkow, Eugene Works on 18th C Russia

Break (11:10 – 11:30)

Session 2 (11:30 – 12:30)

Gorrara, Claire Pictures from the Front line: British Army Photographers and the Normandy Landings Pollard, Nigel March 1944 eruption of Vesuvius as described by Allied service personnel
    Matthews, Gethin Representation of WW1 on Welsh chapel memorials

Lunch (12:30 – 13:30)

Session 3 (13:30 – 14:15)

Altenberg, Tilmann Framing memory in Argentine comics of the Falklands War Trenta, Luca Drones and US military strategy
Dunnage, Jonathan Post-Fascist police culture in Italy

Break 14:15 – 14:30

Session 4 (14:30 – 15:30)

Hood, Christopher Narratives of the JL123 crash Laucht, Christoph Narratives of nuclear disaster/conflict
Dowling, Andrew New wine, new bottles: urban configurations in Madrid and Barcelona Smith, Sophie Francophone Islamic world

Session 5 – Round up and Discussion (15:30 – 16:00) (with tea/coffee?)

 

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