In this Book

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The volume reconstructs the work of the great philosophical and literary figures of the last two centuries who recast the concept of memory and brought it into the forefront of the modernist and postmodernist imagination—among them, Bergson, Halbwachs, Freud, Proust, Benjamin, Adorno, Derrida, and Deleuze. Drawing on recent advances in the sciences and in the humanities, the contributors address the question of how memory works, highlighting transactions between the interiority of subjective memory and the larger fields of public or collective memory.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. Acknowledgements
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Introduction: Mapping Memory
  2. Susannah Radstone and Bill Schwarz
  3. pp. 1-10
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  1. Part 1: Histories
  1. I. Epochs
  1. 1. How to Make a Composition: Memory-Craft in Antiquity and in the Middle Ages
  2. Mary Carruthers
  3. pp. 15-29
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  1. 2. The Reformation of Memory in Early Modern Europe
  2. Peter Sherlock
  3. pp. 30-40
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  1. 3. Memory, Temporality, Modernity: Les lieux de me´moire
  2. Bill Schwarz
  3. pp. 41-58
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  1. II. Imagining Modern Memory
  1. 4. Bergson on Memory
  2. Keith Ansell-Pearson
  3. pp. 61-76
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  1. 5. Halbwachs and the Social Properties of Memory
  2. Erika Apfelbaum
  3. pp. 77-92
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  1. 6. Memory in Freud
  2. Richard Terdiman
  3. pp. 93-108
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  1. 7. Proust: The Music of Memory
  2. Michael Wood
  3. pp. 109-122
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  1. 8. Siegfried Kracauer and Walter Benjamin: Memory from Weimar to Hitler
  2. Esther Leslie
  3. pp. 123-135
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  1. 9. Adorno on the Destruction of Memory
  2. Brian O’Connor
  3. pp. 136-149
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  1. 10. Acts of Memory and Mourning: Derrida and the Fictions of Anteriority
  2. Gerhard Richter
  3. pp. 150-160
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  1. 11. Deleuze and the Overcoming of Memory
  2. Keith Ansell-Pearson
  3. pp. 161-174
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  1. Part 2. How Memory Works
  1. I. Inner Self
  1. 12. Memory and the Unconscious
  2. Roger Kennedy
  3. pp. 179-197
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  1. 13. Memories Are Made of This
  2. Steven Rose
  3. pp. 198-208
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  1. 14. Memory and Cognition
  2. John Sutton, Celia B. Harris, and Amanda J. Barnier
  3. pp. 209-226
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  1. 15. Physiological Memory Systems
  2. Howard Caygill
  3. pp. 227-232
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  1. II. Subjectivity and the Social
  1. 16. Memory-Talk: London Childhoods
  2. Sally Alexander
  3. pp. 235-245
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  1. 17. Affect and Embodiment
  2. Felicity Callard and Constantina Papoulias
  3. pp. 246-262
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  1. 18. Telling Stories: Memory and Narrative
  2. Mark Freeman
  3. pp. 263-278
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  1. III. Public Memory
  1. 19. Ritual and Memory
  2. Stephan Feuchtwang
  3. pp. 281-298
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  1. 20. A Long War: Public Memory and the Popular Media
  2. Paula Hamilton
  3. pp. 299-311
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  1. 21. Sites of Memory
  2. Jay Winter
  3. pp. 312-324
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  1. 22. Cinema and Memory
  2. Susannah Radstone
  3. pp. 325-342
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  1. 23. Machines of Memory
  2. Steve Goodman and Luciana Parisi
  3. pp. 343-360
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  1. Part 3. Controversies
  1. 24. Slavery, Historicism, and the Poverty of Memoralization
  2. Stephan Palmié
  3. pp. 363-375
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  1. 25. Soviet Memories: Patriotism and Trauma
  2. Catherine Merridale
  3. pp. 376-389
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  1. 26. The Witness in the Archive: Holocaust Studies/Memory Studies
  2. Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer
  3. pp. 390-405
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  1. 27. The Long Afterlife of Loss
  2. Eva Hoffman
  3. pp. 406-415
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  1. 28. Migration, Food, Memory, and Home-Building
  2. Ghassan Hage
  3. pp. 416-427
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  1. 29. The Seventh Veil: Feminism, Recovered Memory, and the Politics of the Unconscious
  2. Janice Haaken
  3. pp. 428-441
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  1. 30. The Gender of Memory in Post-Apartheid South Africa
  2. Annie E. Coombes
  3. pp. 442-458
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  1. Afterword
  2. Luisa Passerini
  3. pp. 459-464
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  1. Notes
  2. pp. 465-536
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  1. List of Contributors
  2. pp. 537-544
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 545-562
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780823232598
MARC Record
OCLC
1111383393
Pages
500
Launched on MUSE
2019-08-05
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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