How We Remember War and Violence: Theory and Practice [A 4-week MOOC]
Launched by the Unsettling Remembering and Social Cohesion in Transnational Europe (UNREST) project, this massive open online course (MOOC) combines the latest research into memory theory with practical case studies. UNREST is funded by the EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020.
The course How We Remember War and Violence: Theory and Practice encourages learners to consider how we recall conflict and to discover a different way of remembering violence and wars in the 20th century. It compares a new approach to remembering, ‘agonistic memory’, with existing memory models and learners are encouraged to critically engage with case studies that test this agonistic memory model.
This MOOC runs from 24 September to 19 October 2018. It fits easily with other commitments, requiring only one hour of engagement per week, for four weeks. The course will run again in November 2018 and January 2019. Registration for these sessions will open nearer the time.
For more information or to join the course, please visit the University of Bath’s website.