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The Many Faces of the Malvinas War

Jul

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PLEASE NOTE - THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL OCTOBER

 

TRANSLATE TRAUMA AND CENTRE FOR WAR AND SOCIETY are sponsoring a workshop  

‘The Many Meanings of the Malvinas War’

 

WEDNESDAY 14 JULY 2010

ARTS A room 155

2.30 – 4.00pm

Led by historian Federico Guillermo Lorenz of the Argentine Education Ministry, whose main research fields are oral history and recent Argentine history focusing on political violence, State Terrorism as well as the Malvinas War.  Recent publications include Malvinas. Una guerra argentina (2009),Fantasmas de Malvinas. Un libro de viajes (2008), Las guerras por Malvinas (2006), Los zapatos de Carlito. Una historia de los trabajadores navales de Tigre en la década del 70 (2007) and Combates por la memoria. Huellas de la dictadura en la Historia (2007).

 

The Translate Trauma network at Sussex University is a multi-disciplinary

network bringing together those whose work relates to trauma and stress.

We deliberately do not define trauma, in order to enable a wide range of

researchers looking at trauma within different disciplines, to come

together with the aim of provoking new ideas, inter-disciplinary

connections, and debate.

 

RSVP: Jill Kirby (fk37@sussex.ac.uk)

School of History of Art, History and Philosophy