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Cultural Memories

Editors: Katia Pizzi

Cultural Memories is the publishing project of the Centre for the Study of Cultural Memory at the Institute of Languages, Cultures and Societies, University of London. The Centre is international in scope and promotes innovative research with a focus on interdisciplinary approaches to memory.
This series supports the Centre by furthering original research in the global field of cultural memory studies. In particular, it seeks to challenge a monumentalizing model of memory in favour of a more fluid and heterogeneous one, where history, culture and memory are seen as complementary and intersecting. The series embraces new methodological approaches, encompassing a wide range of technologies of memory in cognate fields, including comparative studies, cultural studies, history, literature , media and communication, and cognitive science. The aim of Cultural Memories is to encourage and enhance research in the broad field of memory studies while, at the same time, pointing in new directions, providing a unique platform for creative and forward-looking scholarship in the discipline.

Titles

  • Title: The Past is not Past

    The Past is not Past

    Confronting the Twentieth Century in the Hungarian-Austrian Borderlands
    Volume 22
    by Frank Schubert (Author) 2024
    ©2024 Monographs 288 Pages
  • Title: Juan Muñoz

    Juan Muñoz

    The Politics of Silence
    Volume 21
    by Mark Stuart-Smith (Author) 2024
    ©2024 Monographs 370 Pages
  • Title: Edgar Wind

    Edgar Wind

    Art and Embodiment
    Volume 20
    by Jaynie Anderson (Volume editor) Bernardino Branca (Volume editor) Fabio Tononi (Volume editor) 2024
    ©2024 Edited Collection 408 Pages
  • Title: Camps of Transit, Sites of Memory

    Camps of Transit, Sites of Memory

    European Perspectives in the Twentieth Century
    Volume 19
    by Matteo Cassani Simonetti (Volume editor) Roberta Mira (Volume editor) 2023
    ©2023 Edited Collection 324 Pages
  • Title: Writing the Child

    Writing the Child

    Fictions of Memory in German Postwar Literature
    Volume 18
    by Susanne Baackmann (Author) 2022
    ©2022 Monographs 228 Pages
  • Title: Picturing Ghosts

    Picturing Ghosts

    Memories, Traces and Prophesies of Rebellion in Postdictatorship Chilean Film
    Volume 17
    by Struan Gray (Author) 2022
    ©2022 Monographs 240 Pages
  • Title: The Heritage of a Transit Camp

    The Heritage of a Transit Camp

    Fossoli: History, Memory, Aesthetics
    Volume 16
    by Matteo Cassani Simonetti (Volume editor) Roberta Mira (Volume editor) Daniele Salerno (Volume editor) 2021
    ©2021 Edited Collection 328 Pages
  • Title: Artistic Expressions and the Great War, A Hundred Years On

    Artistic Expressions and the Great War, A Hundred Years On

    Volume 15
    by Sally Debra Charnow (Volume editor) 2021
    ©2020 Edited Collection 344 Pages
  • Title: Hitler and Mussolini in Churches

    Hitler and Mussolini in Churches

    The Church Painter’s Subversion of Fascism: The Ideological Marking of Space along the Slovene–Italian Border
    Volume 14
    by Egon Pelikan (Author) 2020
    ©2020 Monographs 310 Pages
  • Title: Memory and the Trevi Fountain

    Memory and the Trevi Fountain

    Flows of Political Power in Media Performance
    Volume 13
    by Pamela Krist (Author) 2019
    Monographs 328 Pages