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Roundtable: De-Industrial Heritage

February 29 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 pm

What does deindustrialization studies have to offer heritage studies—and what can scholars of deindustrialization learn from the world of heritage? Six DePOT student, postdoctoral, and research affiliates share their research on de-industrial heritage.

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Chair: Steven High
Presenters: 
  • Brian Rosa, Autonomous University of Barcelona: “The “Disciplining of Memory”? Narrating Traces of the Industrial Past in Barcelona”
  • Paula Fernández Álvarez, University Complutense of Madrid — “Post-industrial ruins and fossil imaginaries. Worker memory, spaces and visual culture of coal extractivism”
  • Guilherme Pozzer, University of Sheffield — “Crafting the Past: Empowering Communities through Creative Writing, Visual Narratives, Memory, and Place-Making”
  • Myriam Guillemette, Université du Québec à Montréal — “Sundown Towns phenomenon in Canadian planned communities; recognition of the industrial contribution of the Indigenous Peoples of Manitoba”
  • Jorge Magaz-Molina, University of Alcalà — “Climate action, carbon deindustrialization and heritage concerns in Northwestern Spain”
  • Laura Littlefair, Northumbria University — “From Cradle to Grave: Recontextualising the Deindustrialised Railway Town”

Details

Date:
February 29
Time:
9:30 am - 11:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
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Organizer

Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time
Email
deindustrialization@concordia.ca
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Venue

Zoom