After 3,5 exciting years, the POEM project (Participatory Memory Practices) came to an end, and all the PhD fellows (me being one of them) got to present an element of their work as part of the POEM closing conference Futures of Participatory Memory Work. I chose to stick with one of my favourite themes: Future Memory Work, a methodological approach and way of thinking that aims to unsettle temporal Othering through speculative research practices. Check out the mini presentation down below, as well as all the beautiful presentations of my fellow POEM colleagues!
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