Digital Memory Studies: Media Pasts in Transition

Digital Memory Studies: Media Pasts in Transition

by Andrew Hoskins

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781317267416
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/27/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 314
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Andrew Hoskins is Interdisciplinary Research Professor at the University of Glasgow, UK. He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the Sage journal of Memory Studies, Co-Editor of the Palgrave Macmillan book series Memory Studies, and Co-Editor of the Routledge book series Media, War & Security.

Table of Contents

1: Andrew Hoskins: The Restless Past: An Introduction to Digital Memory and Media

Section 1: Connectivity

2: Martin Pogačar: Culture of the Past: Digital Connectivity and Dispotentiated Futures

3: Amanda Lagerkvist: The Media End: Digital Afterlife Agencies and Techno-existential Closure

4: Andrew Hoskins: Memory of the Multitude: The End of Collective Memory

5: Wulf Kansteiner: The Holocaust in the 21st Century: Digital Anxiety, Cosmopolitanism on Steroids, and Never Again Genocide without Memory

Section 2: Archaeology

6: Wolfgang Ernst: Tempor(e)alities and Archive-Textures of Media-Connected Memory

7: Jussi Parikka: The Underpinning Time: From Digital Memory to Network Microtemporality

8: Timothy Barker: Television In and Out of Time

9: Matthew Allen: Memory in Technoscience: Biomedia and the Wettability of Mnemonic Relations

Section 3: Economy

10: Joanne Garde-Hansen and Gilson Schwartz: Iconomy of Memory: On Remembering as Digital, Civic and Corporate Currency

11: Anna Reading and Tanya Notley: ‘Globital' Memory Capital: Exploring Digital Memory Economies

Section 4: Archive

12: Michael Moss: Memory Institutions, the Archive and Digital Disruption?

13: Debra Ramsay: Tensions in the Interface: The Archive and the Digital

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