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Introduction: memory on the move

Lucy Bond, Stef Craps UGent and Pieter Vermeulen (2017) Memory unbound : tracing the dynamics of memory studies. p.1-26
abstract
This introductory essay situates the four sections of the book in ongoing discussions on the methods, ethics, and politics of memory studies. Starting from the observation that memory is increasingly being studied as a dynamic process rather than a static product, it identifies the four main dimensions of mnemonic mobility in a globalized and digitalized world: transcultural, transgenerational, transmedial, and transdisciplinary. Underlining that these four dimensions cannot be studied in isolation from each other, it contends that attention to the interrelations between them is indispensable for the study of memory today. The essay shows how all twelve chapters in the book contribute to the project of capturing the dynamics of memory.
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book title
Memory unbound : tracing the dynamics of memory studies
editor
Lucy Bond, Stef Craps UGent and Pieter Vermeulen
pages
1 - 26
publisher
Berghahn
place of publication
New York
ISBN
978-1-78533-300-2
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B2
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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8130407
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8130407
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2016-10-28 06:45:00
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2017-01-02 09:56:44
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Chicago
Bond, Lucy, Stef Craps, and Pieter Vermeulen. 2017. “Introduction: Memory on the Move.” In Memory Unbound : Tracing the Dynamics of Memory Studies, ed. Lucy Bond, Stef Craps, and Pieter Vermeulen, 1–26. New York: Berghahn.
APA
Bond, L., Craps, S., & Vermeulen, P. (2017). Introduction: memory on the move. In L. Bond, S. Craps, & P. Vermeulen (Eds.), Memory unbound : tracing the dynamics of memory studies (pp. 1–26). New York: Berghahn.
Vancouver
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Bond L, Craps S, Vermeulen P. Introduction: memory on the move. In: Bond L, Craps S, Vermeulen P, editors. Memory unbound : tracing the dynamics of memory studies. New York: Berghahn; 2017. p. 1–26.
MLA
Bond, Lucy, Stef Craps, and Pieter Vermeulen. “Introduction: Memory on the Move.” Memory Unbound : Tracing the Dynamics of Memory Studies. Ed. Lucy Bond, Stef Craps, & Pieter Vermeulen. New York: Berghahn, 2017. 1–26. Print.