Contested Histories: Creating and Critiquing Public Monuments and Memorials in a New Age of Iconoclasm

Date / time
28 June - 29 June, All day


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: https://cramswansea.files.wordpress.com/2021/05/contested-histories-cram-swansea-28-29-june-2021-programme-for-cram-site.pdf 

Anyone who would like to attend can register at this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/contested-histories-creating-and-critiquing-public-monuments-and-memorials-tickets-153947024695

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.