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Memory : histories, theories, debates /

edited by Susannah Radstone and Bill Schwarz.

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Names: Radstone, Susannah, | Schwarz, Bill,
Published: New York : Fordham University Press, 2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
Topics: Memory (Philosophy) | Memory - Social aspects. | PSYCHOLOGY - General. | PSYCHOLOGY - General. | PSYCHOLOGY - General.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tIntroduction: mapping memory /|rSusannah Radstone and Bill Schwarz --|tHow to make a composition: memory-craft in antiquity and the middle ages /|rMary Carruthers --|tThe reformation of memory in early modern Europe /|rPeter Sherlock --|tMemory, temporality, modernity: Les lieux de m©moire /|rBill Schwarz --|tBergson on memory /|rKeith Ansell-Pearson --|tHalbwachs and the social properties of memory /|rErika Apfelbaum --|tMemory in Freud /|rRichard Terdiman --|tProust: the music of memory /|rMichael Wood --|tSiegfriend Kracauer and Walter Benjamin: memory from Weimar to Hitler /|rEsther Leslie --|tAdorno on the destruction of memory /|rBrian O'Connor --|tActs of memory and mourning: Derrida and the fictions of anteriority /|rGerhard Richter --|tDeleuze and the overcoming of memory /|rKeith Ansell-Pearson --|tMemory and the unconscious /|rRoger Kennedy --|tMemories are made of this /|rSteven Rose --|tMemory and cognition /|rJohn Sutton, Celia B. Harris, and Amanda J. Barnier --|tPhysiological memory systems /|rHoward Caygill --|tMemory-talk : London childhoods /|rSally Alexander --|tAffect and embodiment /|rFelicity Callard and Constantina Papoulias --|tTelling stories: memory and narrative /|rMark Freeman --|tRitual and memory /|rStephan Feuchtwang --|tA long war: public memory and the popular media /|rPaula Hamilton --|tSites of memory /|rJay Winter --|tCinema and memory /|rSusannah Radstone --|tMachines of memory /|rSteve Goodman and Luciana Parisi --|tSlavery, historicism, and the poverty of memorialization /|rStephan Palmi© --|tSoviet memories: patriotism and trauma /|rCatherine Merridale --|tThe witness in the archive: holocaust studies/memory studies /|rMarianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer --|tThe long afterlife of loss /|rEva Hoffman --|tMigration, food, memory, and home-building /|rGhassan Hage --|tThe seventh veil: feminism, recover.
520 |aThe volume reconstructs the work of the great philosophical and literary figures of the last two centuries who recast the concept of memory and brought it into the forefront of the modernist and postmodernist imagination--among them, Bergson, Halbwachs, Freud, Proust, Benjamin, Adorno, Derrida, and Deleuze. Drawing on recent advances in the sciences and in the humanities, the contributors address the question of how memory works, highlighting transactions between the interiority of subjective memory and the larger fields of public or collective memory.
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