Conference Programme for Contested Histories: Creating and Critiquing Public Monuments and Memorials in a new age of Iconoclasm

The Conflict, Reconstruction and Memory (CRAM) research group at Swansea University will be hosting an online workshop on 28-29 June called ‘Contested Histories: Creating and Critiquing Public Monuments and Memorials in a new age of Iconoclasm.’ The organisers are delighted to announce that the workshop programme is now available and can be viewed here.

Anyone who would like to attend can register at this link.

The organisers are grateful to the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust (in conjunction with the Elizabeth Barker Fund), the Past & Present Society, and the Royal Historical Society for their support of this event.

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