Doctoral Courses 2015

Pluralistic Memories Project is organizing four doctoral courses:

C1. Collective memory and colonial past
Laurent Licata, Free University of Brussels (ULB), Belgium
April 27-28

C2. Dealing with the past and the role of archives
Briony Jones, Swisspeace, Switzerland
April 29-30

C3. Crowds, collective resilience and empowerment
John Drury, University of Sussex, UK
May 4-5

C4. Transitional Justice Processes
Stephan Parmentier, KU Leuven, Belgium
May 6-7

You can find more information about the courses’ content and organisation here

To inscribe for one or more courses, please send a brief motivation statement (3-4 lines) together with a short CV to, until 15 April. Registration will be confirmed and participants will receive the final programme shortly afterwards. To allow for intensive class interactions, the number of participants is limited to 15, and participants are expected to take part in the full course(s) they registered for, i.e., to attend both half-day sessions. If more applications are received, priority will be given to (1) PhD students from the Institute of Social Sciences and researchers already associated with the Pluralistic Memories Project, and (2) PhD students who are conducting a thematically related PhD research.