Bietti, L.M. (2020). Collaborative remembering sequences. In B. Wagoner, I. Bresco & S. Zadeh (Eds.), Memory in the Wild (pp. 223-250). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Preprint here.
In this chapter I aim to present a unit of analysis (collaborative remembering sequences) that enables us to capture the multiplicity of embodied, social and material resources animating collaborative remembering in the wild. Collaborative remembering sequences (CRSs) allow us to analyze those moments in which people remember with other people in everyday environments. CRSs are an ecologically valid tool to identify and analyze in a systematic fashion when and how people remember together.