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Saturday, July 30 • 09:00 - 10:30
National identity and historical memory in media LIMITED

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  • Ting-Ying Lin (Goldsmiths, University of London, UK): Inscribing Colonial Memories: Strategies of Representing Japanese Taiwan in the Recent Taiwanese Cinema and Television Dramas              
  • Gordon Hoitin So (University of Western Ontario, Canada): Hong Kong People's Identity Crisis under Mainland China's Influence: A Case Analysis of the Movie -Ten Years-              
  • Dieer Liao (Tsinghua University, China) & Peinan Wang (Tsinghua University):  Split Narrative and Collective Memory: The Reconstruction of National Memory of China’s Cultural Revolution in Chinese Films and Documentaries
  • Johnny Alam (Carleton University, Canada): Transnational Commemoration: Media Monuments and the Future of the Nation-State.

Speakers
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Johnny Alam

Carleton University
Doctoral Student, Multimedia Artist, and Digital Imaging specialist interested in Memory, Photography, Contemporary Art, Human Rights, Digital Humanities, Transnationalism, Representation, A.I. etc.


Saturday July 30, 2016 09:00 - 10:30 BST
Sparkenhoe & Gascote, Charles Wilson Building