(Image by Nic Nicosia and front cover of Kathleen Stewart's book Ordinary Affects)
It is within the familiar and ordinary that our research hopes to reveal the extraordinary opportunities and obstacles associated with memory and place, thus potentially providing an important layer of consideration, which we argue will help develop a more informed approach to designing the dynamics involved in contemporary reconciliation.
We would like to draw your attention to two interesting books which help support the thinking at UNIFORM NOVEMBER
Pamina Firchow' new book, Reclaiming Everyday Peace: Local Voices in Measurement and Evaluation After War
Kathleen Stewart's book Ordinary Affects