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Politics of Collective Memory

This project investigates the role of collective memory in politics, including electoral politics, nationalism, regime change, and warfare.

Duties to be performed by undergraduate:

Duties and responsibilities may may include, but are not limited to: Bibliographic research and creation of annotated bibliography on secondary sources; collection of primary sources on debate over Confederate flag and civic war monuments; preliminary analysis of primary sources collected; editorial assistance.

Supervising Faculty Member:
Genevieve Zubrzycki - genez@umich.edu

Approximate hours of work/ week:
6-9

Range of credit hours:
2-3

Number of positions available:
1