Roundtable USB 2.022
Jul 05, 2023 13:30 - 15:00(Europe/London)
20230705T1330 20230705T1500 Europe/London 4.23. Roundtable Discussion: Memory Studies and the journal National Identities

Memory studies research is integral to the study of national identities. The journal, National Identities, has featured work in this area since its inaugural volume in 1999. Since then, National Identities has produced numerous articles on the significance of memory studies to national identities. This roundtable intends to introduce the participants in this Memory Studies conference to National Identities. We will discuss the best ways to contribute articles to the journal and to consider some possible special issues which might emerge on national identity and memory. To start the conversation, we will briefly review some of the memory-related articles which have appeared in National Identities and how these fit within the aims and scopes of the journal. This will be followed by considering the best ways for participants to contribute to the journal.

USB 2.022 MSA Conference Newcastle 2023 conference@memorystudiesassociation.org
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Memory studies research is integral to the study of national identities. The journal, National Identities, has featured work in this area since its inaugural volume in 1999. Since then, National Identities has produced numerous articles on the significance of memory studies to national identities. This roundtable intends to introduce the participants in this Memory Studies conference to National Identities. We will discuss the best ways to contribute articles to the journal and to consider some possible special issues which might emerge on national identity and memory. To start the conversation, we will briefly review some of the memory-related articles which have appeared in National Identities and how these fit within the aims and scopes of the journal. This will be followed by considering the best ways for participants to contribute to the journal.

Professor of History and Policy
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University of Westminster
Professor
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Kent State University
Professor
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Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Taylor & Francis
Professor
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Kent State University
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