ISSUE 2 : Public Space and Memory


Public Space and Memory

This issue of UnBound envisaged three sets of problems in thinking through the relationship between public space and memory. The first problem is disciplinary in nature, as space is traditionally perceived as the object of study of architects, geographers and archaeologists. Each approaches the... January 22nd, 2018


Memorialisation as Public History: A Practitioner’s Note

Radhika Hettiarachchi | The 26-year Sri Lankan war ended with a resounding military victory for the Government forces. At the end, the blitzkrieg saw indiscriminate shelling of a sliver of land in Mullaitivu district, where thousands of civilians were trapped, some held as hostages and human... January 22nd, 2018