RCHA's "Repairing the Past" Seminar Series
directed by Jochen Hellbeck (History, Rutgers) and Kristin O'Brassill-Kulfan (History, Rutgers)
Unless otherwise indicated, all meetings will be held from 11--1:00pm via in person and virtually
13- Introductory Meeting
20- Andy Urban, "Suspicious Stakeholders and Mushy Narratives: Seabrook Farms and Obstacles to Repair in Community-Engaged Public History Work"
27- Ethel Brooks, “Intimate Recountings, Digital Circulations: Romani Stories, Familial Formations and Reparative Histories”
4- Alex Hinton, “The Anthropological Witness.”
11- Tim Cunningham, “The Spatial Legacy of Conflict: Lessons from Belfast"
18- Anna Nath, "Through the Looking Glass: Personal writings in a Kaleidoscope of History or A Timestamped Search for Alternative Futures"
25- Liz Sevcenko, “Public History for a Post-Truth Era: Fighting Denial Through Memory Movements”
1 - Stephanie Love
8 - Emmet Von Stackelberg, “Safe for Whom?: The Toxic Afterlives of Celluloid Film”
15- John Seabrook, “The Spinach King”
29- Sam Casper, "The Innocent Victims Have Been Rehabilitated': Memory Practices and Restorative Justice in the Post-Stalin USSR"
6- Evelyn Saavedra Autry, “Insurgent Memories of Armed Struggle: Self-representation by Female ex-Combatants in Peru”
13- Full seminar discussion of themes