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Interrogating Europe's voids of memory: trauma theory and Holocaust Remembrance between the National and the Transnational (2016)
Journal Article
Allwork, L. (2016). Interrogating Europe's voids of memory: trauma theory and Holocaust Remembrance between the National and the Transnational. Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History, 10, ISSN 2037-741X

Reflecting on the research process for Holocaust Remembrance between the National and the Transnational (HRNT), which explores and analyzes the significance of the European and global politics of the commemoration of the Holocaust and Nazi-era crimes... Read More

Shared Experience Workshop Report (Part II): Reflections on University and Community Research Partnerships (2016)
Book
Allwork, L. Shared Experience Workshop Report (Part II): Reflections on University and Community Research Partnerships. University of Nottingham

On 19th September 2016, university and community participants in research projects funded by the Centre for Hidden Histories convened for a ‘Shared Experience Workshop’ at Derby Riverside Centre. The day was organised by Impact Fellow, Dr Larissa All... Read More

Shared Experience Workshop and the Impact of the Centre for Hidden Histories Research Projects (2016)
Book
Allwork, L. Shared Experience Workshop and the Impact of the Centre for Hidden Histories Research Projects. The University of Nottingham

On 19th September 2016, academic and community participants in research projects funded by the Centre for Hidden Histories convened for a ‘Shared Experience Workshop’ at Derby Riverside Centre. The day was organised by Impact Fellow, Dr Larissa Allwo... Read More

Reframing the photograph: confronting the Nazi past through artistic performance strategies since the 1960s
Conference Proceeding
Allwork, L. (in press). Reframing the photograph: confronting the Nazi past through artistic performance strategies since the 1960s

Working in a period when the western modernist focus on the originality of the artist, painterly form and composition had given way to more post Duchampian practices such as reappropriation, performance and the role of the spectator in creating artis... Read More