Transnational Memory Practices in the UK and South Korea – Ethics, Evaluation and Learning in Digital Exhibitions (2022-23)
Transnational Memory Practices in the UK and South Korea – Ethics, Evaluation and Learning in Digital Exhibitions, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, is an international networking project involving the Critical Global Studies Institute at the University of Sogang , the University of Liverpool (UoL) and Liverpool John Moores University with research partners National Museums Liverpool.
The project, led by Dr Tamara West at UoL, brings together academic researchers and arts and cultural sector practitioners from South Korea and the UK to explore ways in which digital exhibitions and associated materials addressing complex memory practices, contested or marginalised histories, national identities, and postcolonial pasts function as catalysts for learning and critical discussion within local, national, and transnational communities. The ICC’s Kerry Wilson is delighted to be Co-Investigator on the project, which runs from February 2022 – January 2023.
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