Doing Memory Research - 
      Danielle Drozdzewski
    
      Carolyn Birdsall

Doing Memory Research

New Methods and Approaches

Danielle Drozdzewski (Redaktør) ; Carolyn Birdsall (Redaktør)

Memory studies is a nascent and multidisciplinary research field, drawing from an impressive array of qualitative investigative methods deployed to do memory research. The authors in this collection offer an explicit engagement with the 'doing' of memory research. Les mer
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Memory studies is a nascent and multidisciplinary research field, drawing from an impressive array of qualitative investigative methods deployed to do memory research. The authors in this collection offer an explicit engagement with the 'doing' of memory research. The contributions demonstrate how attention to methodology reveals rich insights about memory and its links to place and identity.
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Forlag: Springer Verlag, Singapore
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 217
ISBN: 9789811314100
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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Chapter 1. Advancing Memory Methods.- Chapter 2. Sensory Impact: Memory, Affect and Sensory Ethnography at Official Memory Sites.- Chapter 3. Using Emplaced Ethnography, Mobility and Listening to Research Memory.- Chapter 4. Biosensing: A Critical Reflection on Doing Memory Research through the Body.- Chapter 5. The Art of Memory after Genocide: Reimagining the Images of the Places of Pain and (Be)longing.- Chapter 6. Beyond Trauma: Researching Memory on My Doorstep.- Chapter 7. Reading-in-Place and Thick Mapping the Venice Ghetto at 500.- Chapter 8. From Place-Memories to Active Citizenship: The Potential of Geotagged User-Generated Content for Memory Scholarship.- Chapter 9. Participatory Methods and Community-Engaged Practices for Collecting, Presenting and Representing Cultural Memory.- Chapter 10. Community Memory Mapping as a Visual Ethnography of Post-War Northeast England.
Danielle Drozdzewski is a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Stockholm University, Sweden.
Carolyn Birdsall is Assistant Professor of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.