Subject, memory and place: Jill Daniels in conversation with Matthias Kispert

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Daniels, J. 2020. Subject, memory and place: Jill Daniels in conversation with Matthias Kispert. Hyphen Journal. 2.
AuthorsDaniels, J.
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Jill Daniels' essay films Not Reconciled and Breathing Still were recently screened at a HyphenConversations event at the University of Westminster. Not Reconciled, located in Belchite in northern Spain,explores the trauma of the Spanish Civil War. The project emerged from her PhD research at the Universityof East London. In Breathing Still, Daniels’ voiced flaneuse addresses the memory of Rosa Luxemburg asshe roams Berlin’s streets and the city’s memorials while contemplating the rise of nationalisms past andpresent.

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ISSN2633-4836
Year2020
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Deposited09 Jul 2020
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