Across the divide: Programme
Across the divide: Interdisciplinary dialogues on the archive
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15 March 2008
River Rooms, University of Dundee
|9.45||Opening Remarks: Peter Kitson (English, University of Dundee)|
|10.00- 11.15||Panel 1: Chair: Caroline Brown (Archives, Record Management and Museum Services, University of Dundee)|
John Regan, (History, University of Dundee):
Archives the last refuge of a scoundrel?: Archival positivism & modern Irish historiography
Jennie Hill, (Archives and records management, Aberystwyth University): `Monuments on Quicksand: The Inscribing and Re-inscribing of Archival Evidence and Context.'
|11.45-1.15|| Panel 2: Chair: Anna Notaro (Media Arts and Imaging, DoJ, University of Dundee)
David Finkelstein, (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh): `Working the Archives from a Book History Angle'
Peter Kramer, (UEA): `Oskar Schindler and the Movies: Archival Traces of Hollywood Blockbusters and Unproduced Films'
|2.15-3.30||Panel 3:Chair: Beth Lord (Philosophy, University of Dundee) |
Alison Light, Research Professor (Raphael Samuel History Centre and the University of Newcastle) ` The Act of Recovery: Experiences in the Archive
Roberta McGrath, (Reader in Photography and Film, School of Creative Industries, Napier University'): `Photographs as History'
|3.30||Closing Remarks: Patricia Whatley (Archives, Record Management and Museum Services, University of Dundee)|
`Across the divide: Interdisciplinary dialogues on the archive' is funded by the School of Humanities and linked with The Royal Society of Edinburgh project, `Investigating the Archive'. For further information visit http://www.investigatingthearchive.org/