Mediation, Remediation, and the Dynamics of Cultural Memory (Google eBook)
Astrid Erll, Ann Rigney
Walter de Gruyter, Jul 14, 2009 - Literary Criticism - 256 pages
The specific concern of this collection is linking the use of media to the larger socio-cultural processes involved in collective memory-making. The focus rests in particular on two aspects of media use: the basic dynamics of “mediation” and “remediation”. The key questions are: What role do media play in the production and circulation of cultural memories? How do mediation, remediation and intermediality shape objects and acts of cultural remembrance? How can new, emergent media redefine or transform what is collectively remembered?
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