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Imagine a World Without Memory

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Who protects our stories, our histories, our memories? In partnership with the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World program, we reflect on the importance and impermanence of memory.

Chaired by Michael Cathcart, Nam Le, Mary Delahunty, Joy Damousi and Sue Pascoe shed light on different aspects of memory and narrative. What are the problems with attempting to create and reflect communal memory? And how does the act of remembering affect the way we go about our daily lives?

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