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"Other" project SFLKU15130
SFLKU15130 "Living together with difficult memories and diverse identities (1.10.2015−31.12.2017)", Ene Kõresaar, University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Culture Studies and Arts, University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Cultural Research.
SFLKU15130
Identiteetide paljusus ja mälu komplitseeritus
Living together with difficult memories and diverse identities
1.10.2015
31.12.2017
R&D project
Other
Field of researchSubfieldCERCS specialityFrascati Manual specialityPercent
2. Culture and Society2.4. Cultures ResearchS220 Cultural anthropology, ethnology 6.3. Other humanities [philosophy (including the history of science and technology), arts, history of art, art criticism, painting, sculpture, musicology, dramatic art excluding artistic “research” of any kind, religion, theology, other fields and subjects per100,0
InstitutionCountryType
Euroopa Komisjon
PeriodSum
01.10.2015−31.12.201725 000,00 EUR
25 000,00 EUR
ERA.Net RUS Plus

Identiteetide paljusus ja mälu komplitseeritus
The multi-disciplinary project (24 months) will focus on difficult memories and diverse identities related with conflicts and protest movements in Russia, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Germany and Turkey. It addresses the vital questions every society faces after a conflict: How can people live together after violent conflicts and with traumatic memories? How are myths, symbols and memories created and re-created? How is it possible to allow difficult and different memories instead of controlling or Silencing them? this project will explore tools for reconciliation, promoting dialogue, processes of engagement arid disengagement in a comparative perspective. It will bring together methodological discussions from oral history research, cultural memory studies and the study on contemporary protest movements. The multidisciplinary consortium has expertise on both contemporary and history-oriented research on memory and social movements. Partners have special methodologies which they can contribute to the project, and they have specialized on different aspects on research theme, The impact of the project is related with different tools for reconciliation to gain comparative knowledge on the practicalities and ethical issues related with reconciliation these tools include economical compensation, public apologies, creation of new sites of memory and rituals of commemoration, Artists, museums, and educational institutions can also promote dialogue arid reconciliation. Public and semi public acts of “memory work” will be juxtaposed to more private ways of dealing with difficult memories and diverse identities by analyzing everyday practices and life histories. The goal of the project is to encompass and interrelate these methods of processing difficult memories. It will promote dialogue between groups and individuals with diverse memories and identities. Experiences of participating countries will be shared and new methods of promoting dialogue will be tested.