26 May and 2 June 2021. Workshop(s) 2
Imagining the Family – two 2 hour online events via Zoom.
These workshops will focus on what, why, and when family members transmit representations of their families across generations, in both private and public domains. These workshops will be held on consecutive weeks, enabling workshop participants and the public to work together to explore the meaning of family photographs for individuals, families, academics, and professional organisations.
Programme for 26 May (5.30pm ACST / 9am BST / GMT + 1 hour): Now full – registration closed
- Corrine Ball – ‘Family ties – telling the difficult stories of Adelaide’s Destitute Asylum’
- Katie Barclay – ‘Counting the family: account books and family identity
- Laura King – ‘Picturing the dead? Families and photos in twentieth century Britain
Programme for 2 June (5.30pm ACST / 9am BST / GMT + 1 hour): Now full – registration closed
- Dolly Mackinnon – ‘Blood relatives and forged tombstones: inheriting the 18th-century Meyler family in Bristol and Jamaica’
- Jane McCabe – ‘Finding Kalimpong: curiosity, cognitive dissonance and collectively in a ‘Three-World’ family history’
- Ashley Barnwell – ‘Family history, settler time and anachronism: looking at the photography of Thomas Dick’
- Lukasz Krzyzwowski and Loretta Baldassar – ‘Imagining the family through transnational social networks’
14 October 2019. Workshop 1
Genealogies, Genetics and Family Histories (Oxford Brookes)
This workshop explored how people conceptualise the family as a lineage, focusing on popular engagement with genealogies, family histories, ancestry genetics, and the relationship between family histories and cultural heritage. A report of this event can be found here.
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