"Remembering the future: Conflict, Memory, and the Temporalities of Youth and Social Change"

4th International Children's Geographies Conference: Young People, Borders & Well-Being
San Diego, California, 12-15th January 2015

Session Co-organisers: Professor Lynn Staeheli and Dr. David Marshall

Young people's direct experiences of conflict and war have been much studied, particularly by researchers in the field of childhood trauma. Less often considered is how young people learn about and understand histories of violence in societies seeking to overcome conflict.

Workshop: Ecologies of Protest

16th January 2014, 09:00 to 17:30, W007, Main Geography Building

Workshop and round-table discussion in W007 followed by a reception at 5:00pm outside the Appleby Lecture Theatre.

Workshop: The Intimate Geopolitics of Violent Insecurities Symposium

7th March 2013, 10:00 to 13:30, seminar Room, Howlands Building, Ustinov College, South Road, Durham University, DH1 3DE

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