Research Methods for Memory Studies Hardback
Edited by Emily Keightley, Michael Pickering
Part of the Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities series
This is the first practical guide to research methods in memory studies.
The 12 chapters provide students and researchers with clear descriptions of particular methods of research for: investigating community remembering and memory in personal narratives; exploring national memory and commemoration, and cultural memory and heritage; attending to disrupted memory; examining how memory is communicated in everyday life, and how it is manifested in emergent and resurgent ethnicities; focusing on the production of social memory in the media; and analysing the dynamics of remembering in public apologies, and in testimonies offered by Holocaust survivors.
It provides expert appraisals of a range of techniques and approaches in memory studies.
It focuses on methods and methodology as a way to help bring unity and coherence to this new field of study.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 272 pages, black/white
- Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
- Publication Date: 30/05/2013
- Category: Memory
- ISBN: 9780748645961