An international and interdisciplinary one-day workshop at Keele University
Tuesday 30 May 2017 Claus Moser Building, CM0.12
10.00: Tea and coffee 10.20: Welcome and introduction
10.30-11.40: Military Cultures in Britain and Argentina
- Helen Parr (Keele University), ‘Professional, Regimented, Aggressive: British Paratroopers and the Falklands War’.
- Eleonora Natale (Keele University), ‘Forbidden Memories: Argentine officers from the Proceso reclaiming the Malvinas war in the age of human rights’.
11.40-12.50: Enclaves Global and Local
- Ruben Leitao (Nottingham University), ‘A Spanish Gibraltar? Portugal, Spain and the Olivença/Olivenza dispute’.
- Louise Clare (Manchester University), ‘Gotcha’ and ‘Estamos Ganando’: Reflect or influence? British and Argentine newspapers and governments’ actions and policymaking during the Falklands/Malvinas.
1.30-2.45: ‘Campo minado/Minefield’
- Mike Seear: ‘Minefield/Campo minado – The First Stage Play of the 1982 Falklands-Malvinas War’ Former Gurkha officer, Falklands-Malvinas War combat veteran and author Mike Seear reflects on his role as the Gurkha Advisor to Lola Arias’ internationally acclaimed play, and his perceptions of the Anglo-Nepalese-Argentine cast’s performance.
- Geoff Maguire (Cambridge University), ‘The Minefield of Memory: Performing Violence in Lola Arias’ Campo minado’
- Bernard McGuirk (Nottingham University), ‘El Clan (dir. Pablo Trapero): Prosthesis or Graft?’
4-4.30: Tea and coffee
4.30-5.40: Islands of memory I
- Sarah Maltby (Sussex University) ‘Media-Remembering the Falklands War: Obligated, Traumatic Remembering’
- Gareth Stockey (Nottingham University), ‘Bow harder: patriotism and memorialisation of the fallen in Britain and the Falklands/Malvinas’
5.40-6.50: Islands of memory II
- Matthew Benwell (Newcastle University), ‘Going underground: territorial nationalism, memory and subterranean elements in Argentina’s Falklands/Malvinas claim’
- Matthew Jones (Keele University), ‘Historical memory and narratives of British identity in the 1982 Falklands War: a micro- level analysis of focus group and Mass Observation Project data’
6.50: Concluding Remarks
With the support of Keele University Please contact either Helen or Eleonora if you would like to attend
Eleonora Natale (PhD candidate, Keele University): email@example.com
Helen Parr (Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Keele University): firstname.lastname@example.org