Publications

Book chapters

‘”It depends how far back you go…” – Comparing the Representation of Migration in the Heritage Sector in France and the U.K.’, in Christiane Hintermann and Christina Johansson (eds) Migration and Memory: Representations of Migration in Europe since 1960 Vienna: StudienVerlag and Piscataway, N.J.: Transaction (2010): 145-161.

with Andrew Flinn and Elizabeth Shepherd, ‘New Frameworks for Community Engagement in the Archive Sector: From Handing over to Handing on’, in Emma Waterton and Steve Watson (eds) Heritage and Community Engagement: Collaboration or Contestation? London: Routledge (2010).

with Andrew Flinn, ‘“It is noh mistri, wi mekin histri”. Telling our own story: independent and community archives, challenging and subverting the mainstream’, in Alexander,B. and J.A. Bastian (eds) Communities and Their Archives: Creating and Sustaining Memory, London: Facet Press (2009): 3-27.

‘Still the Family Secret? The Representation of Colonialism in the Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration’, in Thomas,D. (ed.) Museums in Postcolonial Europe. London: Routledge (2009).

‘La création de la Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration (CNHI) : vers un nouveau modèle du musée de société ou la réinvention du musée d’histoire coloniale ?’,in Rolland, A-S., Murauskaya, H. (eds) De nouveaux modèles de musées? Formes et enjeux des créations et rénovations de musées en Europe XIXe – XXIe siècles. Paris: L’Harmattan (2008): 257-270.

Kadia Attia’s Arabesque: Reinscribing Islam in a Provincialized Europe’, in Re-Thinking Europe – Literatures and Literary Histories as Media of (Trans-)National Identities and Collective Memories, eds. D’Haen,T., Bemong, N., Truwant, M. & Vermeulen, P. Amsterdam: Rodopi (2008): 123-138.

Journal articles

with Andrew Flinn and Elizabeth Shepherd, ‘New Frameworks for Community Engagement in the Archive Sector: From Handing over to Handing on‘, International Journal of Heritage Studies 16: 1&2 (2010): 59-76.

Public Policy and the Public Historian: The Changing Place of Historians in Public Life in France and the UK’, The Public Historian 32.3 (2010): 120-138.

with Andrew Flinn and Elizabeth Shepherd, ‘Whose memories, whose archives? Independent community archives, autonomy and the mainstream‘, Archival Science 9.1-2 (2009): 71-86.

with Ajamu X and Topher Campbell, ‘Love and Lubrication in the Archives: rukus!, a Black Queer Archive for the U.K.‘, Archivaria 68 (2009).

Visibility, Equality Diference: Drawing the Battle Lines in France’s “Memory Wars”‘, Journal of Romance Studies 9:3 (2009): 102-9.

with Andrew Flinn and Elizabeth Shepherd, ‘Whose memories, whose archives? Independent community archives, autonomy and the mainstream,’ Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009): 71-86.

Still the Family Secret? The Representation of Colonialism in the Cité naitonale de l’histoire de l’immigration’, African and Black Diaspora 2:2 (2009): 245-255. Special issue ‘Museums in the Metropole’, edited by Dominic Thomas. 

‘Immigrants into Citizens: Ideology and Nation-Building in the Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration’, Museological Review 13 (2008): 57-73.

Museums, Minorities and Recognition: Memories of North Africa in Contemporary France’, Museum and Society 5.1 (2007): 29-43.

‘Commemorative Fever? French Memorials to the Veterans of the Conflicts in North Africa’, French Studies Bulletin 59: 97 (2005): 2-4.

‘”The Light in the Heart”: Cultural Capital versus Cultural Memory in Assia Djebar’s Epigraphs’, Francophone Postcolonial Studies 3.2 (2005): 7-25.

‘Back to Kabylia’, Review article of Paul A. Silverstein, ‘Algeria in France’ and Azouz Begag, ‘Le Marteau pique-coeur’, The Times Literary Supplement, 2 September 2005.

Online articles (peer reviewed)

Designing Diversity: The Visual Identity of the Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration (National Museum of Immigration)’, EURODIV/SUSDIV Working Papers 56.07, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (2007).

Migration rebound: State responses to the challenge of transnationalism‘, Re-public: re-imagining democracy (Nov 2006). Special issue ‘Migration unbound (II).

Reports

Stories Old and New: Migration and Identity in the UK heritage sector, London: Institute for public policy research (ippr) (2009).

Conference papers and presentations

Jun 2009: Invited discussant in internal seminar Museums as Contact Zones – Museums as Conflict Zones?, Institute for European Ethnology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.

Mar 2009: ‘Owning the past, imagining the future: towards an ethnography of heritage practices in a community context’, at Living Cultures – Contemporary Ethnograhies of Culture, Institute for Communications Studies (ICS) and the Media Industries Research Centre (MIRC), University of Leeds.

Feb 2009: Invited discussant in cultural memory study day What is memory studies?, Institute for Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London.

Nov 2008: ‘“A certain idea” of the museum…: elite visions and new museology in Britain and France’, at NaMu (Making National Museums) VI, European National Museums Encountering a Globalized Culture, Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo, Norway.

Nov 2008: ‘The Representation of Migration in the Heritage Sector: France and the UK Compared’ at Migration and Memory: Representations of Labour Migration in European Immigration Societies after 1960, University of Malmö, Sweden.

Oct 2008: Invited discussant at Migration in Museums: Narratives of Diversity in Europe, Network Migration in Europe and ICOM Europe, Berlin, Germany.

May 2008: ‘Towards the hybrid museum? The Poetics and Politics of the Memory of Immigration in the Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration, IGRS Cultural Memory seminar, Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London.

Apr 2008: ‘Competing for Legitimacy: Museums as Authorities of Recognition for Minority Communities in France’ at Public History, University of Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool.

Mar 2008: ‘Can a Museum Save the Suburbs? The Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration and the Cultural Turn in French Social Policy’, Cluster on Governance, European Research Institute, University of Bath.

Dec 2007: ‘La création de la Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration (CNHI): vers un nouveau modèle du musée de société ou la reinvention du musée d’histoire coloniale?’ De l’imitation dans les Musées : la diffusion de modèles de musées en Europe aux XIXe-XXIe siècles, École normale supérieure, Paris.

Sep 2007: ‘Designing diversity, the visual identity of the Cité nationale de l’histoire de l’immigration’, Diversity in Cities: visible and invisible walls, Eurodiv: a series of conferences on cultural diversity in Europe (http://www.susdiv.org/default.aspx), Department of Anthropology, UCL.

Nov 2006: ‘The Discourse of Postcolonialism and its Reception in France from 2005-2006: Notes towards an Ethnography’, Postgraduate Research Workshop, The Society for Francophone Postcolonial Studies, Institut Français, London.

Sep 2006: ‘Un Devoir d’histoire? History and Freedom of Expression in Contemporary France’, Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité: the Concept of Rights in Modern and Contemporary France, The Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France, University of Sheffield.

Jul 2006: ‘Memory and Recognition: Channelling Desire in Exhibition Technology’, The Afterlife of Memory:Memoria/Historia/Amnesia, Congress CATH 2006, University of Leeds.

Jun 2006: ‘Re-thinking National Identities in the Post-Museum: Memories of the Future at the Palais de Tokyo’, Re-Thinking Europe: Literatures and Literary Histories as Mediaof (Trans)National Identities and Collective Memories, Hermes International Seminar, Catholic University Leuwen, Belgium.

Mar 2006: ‘L’Histoire au pluriel?: Reconfiguring National Identities in the Future Museum of Immigration in France’, Nations and their Pasts: Representing the Past, Building the Future, Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism, London School of Economics.

Feb 2006: ‘A “Duty of History”? Rethinking National identity in the Future Museum of Immigration in France’, History and the Public, Institute for Historical Research, London.

Jun 2005: ‘One Size Fits All? Integration in the Future Museum of the History of Immigration in France’, Integration and fragmentation (interdisciplinary graduate conference), University of Manchester.

Dec 2004: ‘Forms of Freedom: Exile and Creativity in Saïd, Cixous and Derrida,’ International conference in memory of Edward Saïd, University of Tunis, Tunisia, (British Council funded).

Translations

‘Still fighting: The Battle of Algiers, Censorship and The ‘Memory Wars’, article by Benjamin Stora for Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 9.3 (2007): 365-70.

The Literary Misunderstanding’, article by Jacques Rancière for Paragraph: a Journal of Modern Critical Theory 28.2 (2005): 91-103.

How to Reform the European Central Bank, by Fitoussi, J.-P. and Creel, J. for Centre for European Reform (2002) ISBN/ISSN: 1 901 229 34 3

with Anne Stevens, Local Government in France, Paris: La Documentation française (2001).

with Anne Stevens, The French Civil Service, Paris: La Documentation française (1998).


6 Responses to “Publications”

  1. 1 ines

    what’s about me Inès de Luna and F Vergès ???

    • Hi Ines, not sure I really understand your question. There might be something about one of your publications in the archive of my research blog (follow the links on the right-hand side of the page).

  2. Hi Mary,

    I have a colleague who would like to speak to you about your work – is there an email address he could contact you on?

    Best wishes,

    Katie Cooper
    Research Secretary, MeLa Project
    Newcastle University

    • Hi Katie,

      As you may have picked up I don’t really work in this field at present but I’m very happy to talk about my work. Your colleague could contact me at this address.

      Kind regards, Mary.

  3. Good post. I learn something new and challenging on websites I stumbleupon every day.

    It’s always interesting to read through content from other authors and use something from
    other websites.

  4. 6 Susanna Rustin

    Dear Mary Stevens, I’m working on an article about the Migration Museum Project for the Guardian and I’d love to talk to you please. Kind regards, Susanna Rustin – susanna.rustin@theguardian.com or 07831 687 602


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