Conference registration NOW OPEN!










Dear participants of the conference “Changing Platforms of Memory Practices”,

It is now time to register for our conference in September 10 – 12 September. We believe it will be an exciting conference.


Roger Odin, “Amateur technologies of memory, dispositifs and spaces of communication” ( Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3)

Megan Sapnar Ankerson, “My Personal Web History: Using the WayBack Machine as a Technology of Memory” (University of Michigan, United States)

Diverse panels


Janek Turkowski (Poland), “Margarete”

Plenary presentation:

Changing Platforms Project & On Line Best Practice Guide

Pre-conference event:

Expert-meeting: “New Digital Platform for Media Heritage”


To register please follow the link to Eventbrite:
Please take note that the registration will close at August 10. The final program will be published once you have all registered.

A further note on our conference dinner and performance will follow a.s.a.p.

If you like to re-edit your abstract, you can do this until August 10. A selection of papers will be submitted for a peer-reviewed edited volume.

Each presentation will be max. 15 minutes. A beamer, pc etc. will be available in the conference room. If you have any questions, please let us know.

Travel and accommodation:

–  The conference will take place at the Van Swinderen Huys, a monumental building in the center of Groningen (

–  Follow this link to see the option on how to get to Groningen:

–  Accommodations: there are many hotels, B&B locations in and near the city center.

For more info and updates:

Hope to meet you all in Groningen,

Susan Aasman
Andreas Fickers
Jo Wachelder
Tom Slootweg
Tim van der Heijden





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