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Memory in motion : archives, technology, and the social

Author: Ina Blom; Trond Lundemo; Eivind Røssaak
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2017]
Series: Recursions: theories of media, materiality, and cultural techniques.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How should we understand social memory in the age of new media? Classic sociology described the ways in which social memory was enacted through ritual, language art, architecture and institution - phenomena whose persistence over time and whose capacity for a shared storing of the past was contrasted with fleeting individual memory. Society is memory, Émile Durkheim stated. However, today's new time technologies  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ina Blom; Trond Lundemo; Eivind Røssaak
ISBN: 9789462982147 9462982147
OCLC Number: 950965091
Description: 331 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements --
Introduction : rethinking social memory: archives, technology, and the social / Ina Blom. Oralities : "Electrified voices": non-human agencies of socio-cultural memory / Wolfgang Ernst --
Can languages be saved? Linguistic heritage and the moving archive / Sónia Matos. Softwares : Big diff, granularity, incoherence, and production in the Github software repository / Matthew Fuller, Andrew Goffey, Adrian Mackenzie, Richard Mills, and Stuart Sharples --
The post-archival constellation: the archive under the technical conditions of computational media / David M. Berry. Lives : Planetary goodbyes: post-history and future memories of an ecological past / Jussi Parikka --
Video water, video life, videosociality / Ina Blom --
FileLife: constant, Kurenniemi, and the question of living archives / Eivind Røssaak. Images : Mapping the world: Les Archives de la Planète and the mobilization of memory / Trond Lundemo --
Stills from a film that was never made: cinema, gesture, memory / Pai Väliaho --
The archival promise of the biometric passport / Liv Hausken. Socialites : A neomonadology of social (memory) production / Tiziana Terranova --
On the synthesis of social memories / Yuk Hui. Contributors --
Name index.
Series Title: Recursions: theories of media, materiality, and cultural techniques.
Responsibility: edited by Ina Blom, Trond Lundemo, and Eivind Røssaak.

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This collection offers a set of essays that discuss the new technology of memory from a variety of perspectives that explicitly investigate their impact on the very concept of the social.  Read more...

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