Each term IPUP hosts a range of events for both the academic community and the general public. You can look specifically for public lectures, seminars and conferences or previous events

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Emotion in the Museum | Conference Programme

A conference organised by the University of York, Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past, and York Museums Trust

Previous events:

Museum and Heritage Careers Event

Tuesday 28 January 2020

A careers event for students interested in the museums and heritage sector

Decolonising KhoeSan historiography through community knowledge production partnerships: the case of the A/Xarra Restorative Justice Programme at the University of Cape Town

Tuesday 14 January 2020

Dr June Bam-Hutchison is a past Research Associate with IPUP at the University of York. Now at the University of Cape Town, she co-founded and coordinates the A/Xarra Restorative Justice Forum at the Centre for African Studies as part of the national catalytic precolonial research project under the National Institute of Human and Social Sciences and National Research Foundation Chair.

For Whom the Bell Tolls: national identity and violence in contemporary Brazil

Friday 22 November 2019

The talk will present a panorama of the Brazilian contemporary scenario of violence not as the byproduct of sheer ignorance alone, but as something that can be understood as deeply rooted in the coloniality of the Brazilian historical imagination.

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