DISORDERING NARRATIVES: PERFORMING MEMORY, PUBLIC HISTORY, AND THE TELLING PROJECT


The UH Center for Public History invites you a CPH Lecture Series event featuring a documentary film screening and a public lecture with Dr. Max Rayneard, UH Honors College.  

Documentary Screening of The Telling Project: Minnesota Remembers Vietnam 

WHEN:
Monday, November 11, 5:30 PM
WHERE: Rockwell Pavillion, 2nd Floor, MD Anderson Library
4333 University Dr., Houston, TX 77204

Public Lecture to Follow at 6:30PM: “Disordering Narratives: Performing Memory, Public History, and the Telling Project”

RSVP Required: Please click the link to register (tickets are free)
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The Telling Project: Minnesota Remembers Vietnam is a PBS documentary showing the journey of five Vietnam War veterans and family members as they shape their experiences into a powerful stage performance with the help of The Telling Project, a national performing arts non-profit that uses theater as a tool to deepen civilian understanding of the military experience. Distributed nationally by American Public Television.

Dr. Max Rayneard is a visiting assistant professor in the UH Honors College, teaching in the Human Situation and the Medicine & Society minor. He is the Associate Director of the Creative Work Minor. He is the co-creator of The Telling Project's process. The Telling Project is a national performing arts non-profit that stages stories told by veteran and war-adjacent populations. Rayneard has written and/or directed productions across the United States, including such venues as The Library of Congress, The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, and the Alley Theatre.

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