Considering both retrospective memories and the prospective employment of memories, Memory in a Mediated World examines troubled times that demand resolution, recovery and restoration. Its contributions provide empirically grounded analyses of how media are employed by individuals and social groups to connect the past, the present and the future.
Ivan Darias Alfonso, Cardiff University, UK Michael Arnold, University of Melbourne, Australia Manuela Farinosi, University of Udine, Italy Sarah Florini, Old Dominion University, USA Rolf Fredheim, University of Cambridge, UK Joanne Garde-Hansen, University of Warwick, UK Martin Gibbs, University of Melbourne, Australia Andrew Hoskins, University of Glasgow, UK Laura Huttunen, University of Tampere, Finland Owain Jones, Bath Spa University, UK Anne Kaun, Sodertorn University, Sweden Emily Keightley, Loughborough University, UK Tamara Kohn, University of Melbourne, Australia Mia Lindgren, Monash University, Australia Lindsey McEwen, University of the West of England, UK James Meese, University of Melbourne, Australia Alessandra Micalizzi, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Italy Florence Millerand, Universite du Quebec a Montreal (UQAM), Canada David Myles, University of Montreal, Canada Bjorn Nansen, University of Melbourne, Australia Paige L. Gibson, Temple University, USA Gail Phillips, Murdoch University, Australia Michael Pickering, Loughborough University, UK Ruth Sanz Sabido, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Fredrik Stiernstedt, Jonkoping University, Sweden Chiaoning Su, Temple University, USA
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Communication & Media
Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies
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XXII, 284 p.
Andrea Hajek, Christian Pentzold, Christine Lohmeier