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The following table provides information about the project.
|Coordinator Country||Germany [DE]|
|Total cost||2˙489˙648 €|
|EC max contribution||2˙489˙648 € (100%)|
1. H2020-EU.3.6. (SOCIETAL CHALLENGES - Europe In A Changing World - Inclusive, Innovative And Reflective Societies)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2016-04-01 to 2019-03-31|
Take a look of project's partnership.
|1||RUHR-UNIVERSITAET BOCHUM||DE (BOCHUM)||coordinator||519˙000.00|
|2||UNIVERSITY OF BATH||UK (BATH)||participant||798˙093.00|
|3||AARHUS UNIVERSITET||DK (AARHUS C)||participant||323˙560.00|
|4||AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DEINVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS||ES (MADRID)||participant||268˙333.00|
|5||MAMBRINO SL||ES (MADRID)||participant||244˙600.00|
|6||STIFTUNG ZOLLVEREIN||DE (ESSEN)||participant||212˙500.00|
|7||POLSKA AKADEMIA NAUK||PL (WARSZAWA)||participant||123˙562.00|
The main purpose of this project is to deliver new empirical yet also theoretically informed knowledge of those memory agents, practices and contexts capable of countering fixed and essentialist war and conflict memories, opening them to reflexive reinterpretation and change. Theoretically, the project will develop the concept of an agonistic ethico-political mode of remembering as distinct from the antagonistic and cosmopolitan modes, and provide a thick description of their defining characteristics. A related aim is to assess which of the two reflective modes, the cosmopolitan or the agonistic, best contributes to a shared European ethico-political framework and transnational solidarity. Empirically, the project will test the different ethico-political modes of remembering in contemporary heritage discourses and practices by different memory milieus located at various territorial scales in relation to some of the armed conflicts of the 20th century with an enduring legacy. By exploring the relationship between 1) the modes of remembering being negotiated and contested in various European settings; 2) the memory agents promoting them (heritage professionals, policy-makers, historians, creative artists, socio-political activists); and 3) material and immaterial heritage (museums, burial sites, media, visual and written culture), the project will assess how, why and in which contexts certain modes of remembering the violent past are able to prevail as well as their articulation with various territorial identities.
|Project website, mailing etc||Websites, patent fillings, videos etc.||2019-11-12 17:21:09|
|Social media feeds (Youtube, blog, ...)||Websites, patent fillings, videos etc.||2019-11-12 17:21:09|
Take a look to the deliverables list in detail: detailed list of UNREST deliverables.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Unburials, Generals, and Phantom Militarism: Engaging with the Spanish Civil War Legacy
published pages: S62-S76, ISSN: 0011-3204, DOI: 10.1086/701057
|Current Anthropology 60/S19||2019-11-12|
David Clarke, Anna Cento Bull, Marianna Deganutti
Soft power and dark heritage: multiple potentialities
published pages: 660-674, ISSN: 1028-6632, DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2017.1355365
|International Journal of Cultural Policy 23/6||2019-11-12|
Anna Cento Bull, Hans Lauge Hansen, Wulf Kansteiner, Nina Parish
War museums as agonistic spaces: possibilities, opportunities and constraints
published pages: 611-625, ISSN: 1352-7258, DOI: 10.1080/13527258.2018.1530288
|International Journal of Heritage Studies 25/6||2019-11-12|
FerrÃ¡ndiz MartÃn, Francisco ; Hristova, Marije
Mass grave exhumation sites as agonistic fora: a comparative study of Spain, Poland and Bosnia
published pages: , ISSN: , DOI:
|Repensar el pasado: La memoria (trans)cultural Europea||2019-11-12|
Cristian Cercel, Nina Parish, Eleanor Rowley
War in the Museum: The Historial of the Great War in PÃ©ronne and the Military History Museum in Dresden
published pages: 194-214, ISSN: 1752-6272, DOI: 10.1080/17526272.2019.1580846
|Journal of War & Culture Studies 12/2||2019-11-12|
The Military History Museum in Dresden: Between Forum and Temple
published pages: 3, ISSN: 0935-560X, DOI: 10.2979/histmemo.30.1.02
|History and Memory 30/1||2019-11-12|
Jugo, A. and Wagner, S. E
Memory politics and forensic practices : exhuming Bosnia and Herzegovinaâ€™s missing persons.
published pages: 195-241, ISSN: , DOI:
|Mapping the \'forensic turn\' : engagements with materialities of mass death in Holocaust studies and beyond||2019-11-12|
Marianna Deganutti, Nina Parish and Eleanor Rowley
Representing multilingual difficult history: Voices of the First World War in the Kobarid Museum (Slovenia) and the Historial de la Grande Guerre (France)
published pages: 63-80, ISSN: 1740-357X, DOI:
|JoSTrans : The Journal of Specialised Translation 29||2019-11-12|
Interview by Francesca Lanz, Christopher Whitehead and Michela Bassanelli
Agonistic Memory | Interview with Stefan Berger, Anna Cento Bull and Hans Lauge Hansen
published pages: , ISSN: , DOI:
|TRACES Issue 02 January 28, 2017||2019-11-12|
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