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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.
For Whom the Bell Tolls: national identity and violence in contemporary Brazil
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.
Museum and Heritage Careers Event
An informal session for students interested in careers in museums and heritage
Who Do Archives Think They Are? The Value of Archival Heritage
This talk will explore the social and cultural origins of ideas about archives, and consider the implications of the remaking of archival values for heritage and history practices.
Memory, Modernity and L’ancien regime: the Swedish Nobility 1866-1974
as a Case Study
This meeting is jointly organised by IPUP and the Centre for Modern Studies research strand on ‘Medievalism and Imperial Modernity’
Memory, Place, Museums and Commemoration
An evening of current research on memory, place, museums and commemoration, from IPUP-connected scholars
Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP)
Tel: 01904 322961
Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past
University of York,
Department of History,
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