24 January 2010

New issue of Memory Studies available now

Contents:

Wulf Kansteiner, Memory, Media and Menschen: Where is the individual in collective memory studies?

Harald Welzer, Re-narrations: How pasts change in conversational remembering

Christopher J. Hewer and Malgorzata Kut, Historical legacy, social memory and representations of the past within a Polish community

Neil Narine, Film sound and American cultural memory: Resounding trauma in Sophie's Choice

Ana Margarita Ramos, 'The good memory of this land': Reflections on the processes of memory and forgetting

Jens Brockmeier, Robyn Fivush, and Patrick H. Hutton, Book Review: Cultural Memory Studies: An International and Interdisciplinary Handbook, Astrid Erll and Ansgar NĂ¼nning (eds) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2008, 441 pp. $118.00 ISBN 978 3110188608. Reviewed by Jens Brockmeier, Robyn Fivush, Patrick H. Hutton


2 comments:

phauly said...

hi Lucas! I hope you remember me, we exchanged some emails time about about livememories ( http://www.livememories.org )!

I would like to ask you if you would be able to suggest me a list of papers that deal with how collective memories processes are changing due to Internet and in general communication technologies.
Thanks!

Paolo
http://gnuband.org

Lucas Manuel Bietti said...

Hi Paolo,

I've just sent you an email with some papers. Have a look at them.

Cheers!