A DOCTORAL SYMPOSIUM
JUNE 25-27, 2008, at Hazelwood House, South Devon, U.K.
A Project of the CENTRE FOR CRITICAL CULTURAL RESEARCH in the Faculty of
Arts at the University of Plymouth, U.K.
Considering culture as creative practice and a way of life, both of which
are historically specific, how is experience remembered, represented and
shared? How and why do memories and representations shape present
attitudes, intentions, politics, power structures, cultural work and
imagined futures? Among aspects of the theme which may be covered are:
Memories of place framing social formation;
Shared memories as means of empowering social groups;