Memory Unbound: Transcultural, Transgenerational, Transmedial, and Transdisciplinary Dynamics of Memory

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What unites much of the most exciting research going on in the field of memory studies today is a tendency to regard memory not as fixed but as fluid, not as static but as dynamic, not as bound but as unbound. Memory is increasingly being seen as something that does not stay put but circulates, migrates, travels. The 2013 Mnemonics summer school will explore this trend as it manifests itself on various levels. It will examine how memory crosses cultural, generational, medial, and disciplinary boundaries, and how memory studies has responded, or can respond, to these mnemonic dynamics.


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