Online seminar with Michael Rothberg
The latest ‘Memory, Trauma and Violence’ seminar took place on Tuesday 1 March at 2.00pm, when we were joined by Michael Rothberg (via Skype) for a discussion of his seminal essay, ‘Multidirectional Memory and the Implicated Subject: On Sebald and Kentridge’. The event involved group responses to the essay and a screening of the William Kentridge film Mine (1991).
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William Kentridge, Mine (1991)