[KS] Online Discussion Roundtable: Mnemonic Solidarity (April 23, 14:00 CEST)

Sang-Hyun Kim shkim67 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 23:23:04 EDT 2021

Dear All,

The Critical Global Studies Institute (CGSI), Sogang University, and the
Memory Studies Association (MSA) will be co-hosting an online discussion
roundtable,* "Mnemonic Solidarity"*, on April 23rd, 14:00 CEST (UTC +2).
The event is part of dMSA, the MSA's online event series (

In this roundtable, the five scholars behind the recently published
book *Mnemonic
Solidarity: Global Interventions* will present their findings and
highlights. Their work, part of Palgrave’s *Entangled Memories in the
Global South* series, explores the work of globalisation on the landscape
of memory, focusing on Europe, East Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Their
conversation will be guided by Charles Forsdick.

*Authors: *
- *Aidan Erasmus*, Lecturer in the Department of History, University of the
Western Cape, South Africa
- *Carol Gluck*, George Sansom Professor of History and the Chair of the
Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University, U.S.A.
- *Jie-Hyun Lim*, Professor of Transnational History and Director of the
Critical Global Studies Institute (CGSI), Sogang University, Korea
- *Eve Rosenhaft*, Professor of German Historical Studies, University of
Liverpool, U.K.
- *Lauren van der Rede*, Lecturer in the Department of English,
Stellenbosch University, South Africa

- *Charles Forsdick*, James Barrow Professor of French, University of
Liverpool, U.K.

※ You can register for this event here:

※ The event will also be live-streamed on YouTube:
※ Download the free e-book here:

Sang-Hyun Kim
Associate Professor
Critical Global Studies Institute (CGSI)
Sogang University, Korea
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