The chapters in this anthology discuss the rapid change of digital media technologies and the way they impetus our understanding of history and memory. History should not be regarded only as an object of research. It is also a subject, performing and registering agency. The aim of the articles will not be to cover the whole range of mediated histories, but to claim fresh insights for debate and discovery in terms of digital memories. In this sense, contributions for this volume will leave the ‘doors of perception’ (Aldous Huxley) wide open and sketch the impact of media to different cultural practices, identity work and preservation of history, as well as the examination of it. Likewise, divergence of the papers at hand indicates that the concept ‘digital’ ought to be recognized as institutional practices, methodological tools, or as content providers for memories.
|Number of pages||135|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|MoEC publication type||D6 Edited professional books|
Field of science
- Other humanities