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École K.B. Woodward
With Aleida and Jan Assmann, the Center has succeeded in inviting the highly acclaimed originators of the concept of "cultural memory" for the international visiting lectureship. How and what do societies remember? This is the key question at the heart of the concept of cultural memory. More specifically, this approach aims to delineate officially legitimized, institutionally constructed forms of collective memory that differ from individual memories. This is invariably linked to the ways in which knowledge about the past is used as a source of orientation for the present and the future. Correspondingly, Aleida and Jan Assmann have had a lasting impact in the field of cultural studies, but have also repeatedly engaged in current social and political debates. The multi-award-winning, mutually inspired intellectual couple, who were most recently honored with the Peace Prize of the the German Book Trade Association in , will focus on the topic of "Remembering and Forgetting" in their Augsburg lectures. The topics of the lectures are based on both joint research and their individual expertise. Unfortunately, it is still not feasible to host the lectures in Augsburg.
Remembering and Forgetting - Lectures and Workshops Live @home
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It seems like mormons in particular are even more crazy than the majority of crazy religious people, and the manipulation and treatment of people who wish to think for themselves and challenge their beliefs is really frightening. This is the type of doctrine that Joseph rejected and so have the leaders of the church. As my husband learns about Mormonism I get to see it through his fresh eyes.