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Mediated memory II. Classical Memory: Orality and Literacy 3. The End of the Book and the Beginning of Cinema 5. Cinematic memory in Owen, Remarque, and Harrison 6. A play of light: Dramatizing Relativity in R. Sound bytes in the archive and the museum. Add A Comment. Thank you for your comment. It will be posted to the site shortly. Comment is required Sorry! There was a problem with your comment submission. Please try again. Username or Password invalid. Need an Account?
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Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. See what's been added to the collection in the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years. Your reader barcode: Your last name:. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. You must be logged in to Tag Records. We are also less capable of rewriting memories because the proof is there, not just locked into our own digital personas, but insinuated into the social media profiles of our network of acquaintances.
And so we tell stories. Perhaps because we are aware of this constructedness, because we know a change of opinion or tweaking of fact in the future can be verified via the museum of social networking tools, we embrace that what we are doing is a narrativization in the first instance. Memory may be difficult to pin down, but it functions as a useful metaphor through which to examine how the people of a particular time and place are shaped by politics, culture and technology.
It is often said that our memories make us who we are. I would assert that today, at least with regard to social media, who we are makes our memories. Sarah Dillon, Canterbury: Gylphi, Works Cited:. Culler, Jonathan. Garner, Jeremy. Hogan, Bernie. King, Nicola. Page, Ruth.
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