Visualising Place, Memory and the Imagined Hardback
Part of the Critical Studies in Heritage, Emotion and Affect series
This book probes into how communities and social groups construct their understanding of the world through real and imagined experiences of a place. The book seeks to connect the dots of the factual and the imaginary that form affective networks of identities, which help shape local memory, sense of self and community, as well as a sense of the past.
It exploits the concept of make-believe spaces - in the environment, storytelling, and mnemonic narratives - as a social framework that aligns and informs the everyday memory worlds of communities.
Drawing upon fieldwork in cultural heritage, community archaeology, social history and conflict history and anthropology, this text offers a methodological framework within which social groups may position and enact the multiple senses of place and senses of the past inhabited and performed in different cultural contexts.
This book serves to illustrate a useful visualisation methodology which can be used in participatory fieldwork and thus will be of interest to Heritage specialists, ethnographers, cultural geographers, and oral history practitioners will particularly find the methodology cheap, easy to replicate and enjoyable for community-based projects.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 224 pages, 30 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 12/11/2018
- Category: Museums & museology
- ISBN: 9781138052277