This volume is a collection of scholarly articles that maps the concept of memory across a number of academic disciplines. Drawing from a range of academic areas, including Cultural Theory, Film Studies, History, History of Ideas, Literature, Media Studies, Music and Philosophy, the book will provide readers with an engaging introduction to the growing field of Memory Studies. Each of the eight articles approaches the subject of memory from the perspectives of a specific discipline with the broad aim being to identify how and why memory has been important for the particular field being represented.
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2005. 165 pp., 1 ill.
Contents: Andreas Kitzmann/Conny Mithander/John Sundholm: Introduction – Zofia Rosińska: Philosophical Psychology of Memory
– Andreas Kitzmann: The Page, the Camera and the Network: Media and the Materiality of Memory – Patrik Sjöberg: A Mirror with
a Memory: On the Relation between Camera-Produced Images and Memory – Maria Holmgren Troy: Memory and Literature: The Case
of Pat Barker’s Another World – Magnus Rodell: Monuments and the Places of Memory – Sten Dahlstedt: Then, Now and Later:
On Music and Memory – Joanna Górnicka: Time and Memory in Moral Philosophy – Julia Creet: Epilogue: Manufacturing Memory.