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Join Yousif Al-Daffaie, PhD Researcher at Nottingham Trent University for a talk about his research and film, Community Reconciliation in Post-War Mosul's Old Town.
Produced as part of a video competition hosted by WHIPIC (the International Centre for the Interpretation and presentation of World Heritage sites under the auspices of UNESCO), as an illustration of analysis from a PhD project entitled “The (Re)inscription of Memory: The Informal Practices, Spatial Memory and Local Narratives in the Post-War Recovery of Mosul's Old Town”.
Image credit: Mosul Old City in February 2018 © UNESCO
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