We are live! Thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Research Team and our web programming and design consultant, as well as the generosity of our funders, we are delighted to launch the Remembering and Memorializing Violence: Transnational Feminist Dialogues project website. This website will function as the primary source of information about, and updates on, the project and its activities. Later this year, the website will also be the point of access for our interactive, crowdsourced digital archive. To the best of our knowledge, it will be the first digital archive on memory and memorialization through a transnational feminist lens. Find out how you can contribute to this innovative archive here.
International Conference | Reclaiming Justice: Memory and Memorialization of Violence
Oct, 25 2019
In October of 2019, the Remembering and Memorializing Violence: Transnational Feminist Dialogues project co-sponsored an international conference at the University of Toronto with Equity Studies at New College, University of Toronto and the Decolonization, Social Movements and Performance in the Caribbean and Canada: 1968-1988 workshop at York University. The conference gave scholars, artists and activists the opportunity to dialogue about critical transnational feminist theoretical engagements with memory and memorialization, highlighting the legacies and continuities of colonialism and centring Indigenous thought on both the notions of memory, remembrance and transnationality. The program, including the list of presenters, is available for viewing and download. Reclaiming Justice Full Program