Memory Studies

(The median citation count of Memory Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Afterword: Memory worlds in times of Corona42
What is ‘virtual Holocaust memory’?13
Remaking memory and the agency of the aesthetic11
The unanchored past: Three modes of collective memory9
Born digital: The Black lives matter movement and memory after the digital turn9
Content analysis of living historical memory around the world: Terrorization of the Anglosphere, and national foundations of hope in developing societies9
When does an epidemic become a ‘crisis’? Analogies between Covid-19 and HIV/AIDS in American public memory8
Presenting unwieldy pasts8
The new grey of memory: Andrew Hoskins in conversation with Huw Halstead8
Haunting and thinking from the Utopian margins: Conversation with Avery Gordon7
Editorial: Cultural memorial forms7
Remembrance Day for Lost Species: Remembering and mourning extinction in the Anthropocene7
Between remembrance and knowledge: The Spanish Flu, COVID-19, and the two poles of collective memory7
Do public speeches induce “collective” forgetting? The Belgian King’s 2012 summer speech as a case study7
Enacting memories through and with things: Remembering as material engagement7
Exploring functions of and recollections with photos in the age of smartphone cameras6
Containing absence, shaping presence at ground zero6
Making memory work: The SARS memory and China’s war on COVID-196
Challenging the meaning of the past from below: A typology for comparative research on memory activists5
Provincializing memory studies: The insistence of the ‘here-now’5
Capture the feeling: Memory practices in between the emotional affordances of heritage sites and digital media5
Remembering war through images: Visual narratives of the Finnish Civil War in history textbooks from the 1920s to the 2010s4
Migration, racism, and memory4
Selfies in Auschwitz: Popular and contested representations in a digital generation4
Challenging the placeless imaginary in digital memories: The performation of place in the work of Forensic Architecture4
Agents of memory in the post-witness era:Memory in the Living Roomand changing forms of Holocaust remembrance in Israel4
The vernacular as method for memory and time: A philological and cultural exploration of Filipino concepts for Memory Studies4
Victims’ collective memory and transitional justice in post-conflict Colombia: The case of the March of Light4
The alliance of victory: Russo-Serbian memory diplomacy4
‘We have long memories in this area’: Ulster Defence Regiment place-memory along the Irish border4
White Armband Day: From global social media campaign to transnational commemoration day4
Memory politics in the future tense: Exceptionalism, race, and insurrection in America4
The rise of illiberal memory4
Perceived societal anomie and the implicit trajectory of national decline: Replicating and extending Yamashiro and Roediger (2019) within a French sample3
Born translated memories: Transcultural memorial forms, domestication and foreignisation3
Making memories: Chinese foodscapes, medicinal foods, and generational eating3
Digital disorientation and place3
Remembering 1989: A case study of anniversary journalism in Hong Kong3
Memory worlds: Reframing time and the past – An introduction3
The labour of place: Memory and extended reality (XR) in migration museums3
Remembering and silencing complexity in post-genocide memorialisation: Cambodia’s Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum3
Streaming media and the dynamics of remembering and forgetting: The Chernobyl case3
Memory and Crisis: An Introduction3
‘We’re equal to the Jews who were destroyed. [. . .] Compensate us, too’. An affective (un)remembering of Germany’s colonial past?3
The ghostly presence of the disappeared in Argentina3
Non-memory: Remembering beyond the discursive and the symbolic3
Theuth, Thamus, and digital civics: Plato’s formulation of memory and its lessons for civic life in the digital age3
Affordances, remediation, and digital mourning: A comparative case study of two AIDS memorials3
Affordances of memorability: Finnish reception of the oppression of Ingrian Finns in the Soviet Union3
The mnemonic transition: The rise of an anti-anticolonial memoryscape in Cape Verde3
Cyberplace: From fantasies of placelessness to connective emplacement3
Tracing the politics of aesthetics: From imposing, via counter to affirmative memorials to violence3
Non-subsumptive memory and narrative empathy3
Closure in dystopia: Projecting memories of the end of crises in speculative fiction3
Claiming Martin Luther King, Jr. for the right: The Martin Luther King Day holiday in the Reagan era2
Making and contesting far right sites of memory. A case study on Romania2
Collective memory and the populist cause: The Ulucanlar Prison Museum in Turkey2
Remembering experience: Public memorials are not just about the dead anymore2
Moving hearts: How mnemonic labour (trans)forms mnemonic capital2
Memory, counter-memory and denialism: How search engines circulate information about the Holodomor-related memory wars2
The return of suppressed memories in Eastern Europe: Locality and unsilencing difficult histories2
Collective memory or the right to be forgotten? Cultures of digital memory and forgetting in the European Union2
From mourning severed to mourning recovered: Tribute and remembrance strategies for families of the victims of Francoist repression2
Fascination, nostalgia, and knowledge desire in digital memory culture: Emotions and mood work in retrospective Facebook groups2
Ottoman transcultural memories: Introduction2
The structure and organization of collective memory representations2
Micro-memories: Digital modes of communication across three generations2
Memorials as discursive spheres: Holocaust and Second World War iconography in public commemoration of extremist-right violence2
Organized memory and popular remembering: The encounter of Yugonostalgia theories with socialism2
Pre-emptive memories: Anticipating narratives of Covid-19 in practices of commemoration2
Seeing the Genocide against the Tutsi through someone else’s eyes: Prosthetic memory andHotel Rwanda2
Consuming a difficult past unapproved: Chairman Mao as commodity2
Ghostly pasts and postponed futures: The disorder of time during the corona pandemic2
The ludic lives of memoryscapes: Skateboarding post-Soviet peripheries1
Lived multidirectionality: “Historikerstreit 2.0” and the politics of Holocaust memory1
Counter-memory and and–and: Aesthetics and temporalities for living together1
Memory laws, mnemonic weapons: The diffusion of a norm across Europe and beyond1
‘Nothing is lost’: Mourning and memory at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice1
“Let me tell you what we already know”: Collective memory between culture and interaction1
Re-thinking memory and transitional justice: A novel application of ecological memory1
Historical analogies under dispute: Reactions of Israeli Jews to analogies between the Holocaust and the plight of African asylum seekers in Israel1
Reparation policies in Colombia: Memory as a Repertoire1
“History is Illuminating”: Public memory crises and collectives in Richmond, Virginia1
Concealment, coexistence, and citizenship: (Post-)conflict strategies of survival and inclusion in Sacsamarca, Peru1
Placeless and barrier-free? Connecting place memories online within an unequal society1
The monumentalization of the Portuguese Colonial War: Commemorating the soldier’s efforts amid the persistence of imperial imaginaries1
‘We thought she was a witch’: Gender, class and whiteness in the familial ‘memory archive’1
Judging the past: Memory, others, and intergenerational responsibility among the Japanese youth1
The place of data: Mobile media, loss and data in life, death and afterlife1
Rainforest villages, eighteenth-century history1
Therapeutic forgetting, agonistic remembrance: Conflicting memories of Izmir’s Kültürpark and contested narratives in contemporary Turkey1
Reimagining cultural memory of the arctic in the graphic narratives of Oqaluttuaq1
State, market, and the manufacturing of war memory: China’s television dramas on the War of Resistance against Japan1
A more perfect union? The place of Black lives in presidential plantation sites1
Gendering arctic memory: Understanding the legacy of Josephine Diebitsch-Peary1
Afro-Germans, multidirectional memory and French colonial aphasia: The legacy of the First World War in Galadio by Didier Daeninckx1
Echoes of famine: Effects of the embodied memories of the Spanish Hunger Years (1939–1952) on survivors’ subsequent food practices and attitudes1
The COVID-19 crisis chronotope: The pandemic as matter, metaphor and memory1
Towards a resonant theory of memory politics1
The Immortal Regiment and its glocalisation: Reformatting Victory Day in Bulgaria1
Knotted memories of a betrayed sacrifice: Rethinking trauma and hope in South Africa1
The dialectics of forgetting in Kafka’s writings and will1
Between discovery and exploitation of history: Lay theories of history and their connections to national identity and interest in history1
The concept of heritage and the grammar of Islamic fundamentalism1
Transnational therapeutic memories: Remembering forced migration in documentary film1
Far-right anniversary politics and social media: The Alternative for Germany’s contestation of the East German past on Twitter1
“I think it is [the] mother who keeps things going”: The gendered division of labor in the transmission of memory of the Armenian Genocide1
Book Review: Memory Activism: Reimagining the Past for the Future in Israel-Palestine1
The 2019–2020 Chilean anti-neoliberal uprising: A catalyst for decolonial de-monumentalization1
Lubyanka: Dissonant memories of violence in the heart of Moscow1
Invisible threads linking phantasmal landscapes in Java: Haunted places and memory in post-authoritarian Indonesia1
Recollections of a lost kingdom: The varied interactions between history and memory in South Sulawesi, Indonesia1
A politics of placelessness? The limits of democratising memory in the Centro de Documentación e Investigación of Lima’s Lugar de la Memoria1
Blogs’ archives and revision of the past: A case study1
‘Putting heart’ into history and memory: Dialogues with Maya-Tseltal philosopher, Xuno López Intzin1
Cued recall: Using photo-elicitation to examine the distributed processes of remembering with photographs1
Facing dominant master narratives on gender and sexuality: Identity reconstruction of women in situations of inequality1
Remade: Sovereign: Decolonizing Guam in the age of environmental anxiety1
Remembering terrorist attacks: Evolution over time1
Contesting the past on the Chinese Internet: Han-centrism and mnemonic practices1
Antifascist memory revisited: Hungarian historical exhibitions in Oświęcim and Paris, 19651
Reconstructing the ‘Reconquista’: Students’ negotiation of a Spanish master narrative1
The Windrush and the BUMIDOM: The memorialization of Caribbean migration1
Victim-heroes in collective memory: Surviving soviet repressions heroically1
Remembering forgotten heroes and the idealisation of true love: Veteran memorial activism in contemporary China1
Memory and far-right historiography: The case of the Christchurch shooter1
Mourning leather: Queer histories, vegan futures1
Affective future and non-existent history: The issue of future past in memory research1
Transcultural memory and literary translation: Mapping the Field (with a case study on Lydie Salvayre’sPas pleurerand its Spanish translation)1
Book review: Stamping American Memory: Collectors, Citizens, and the Post0
On disobedient daughters of perpetrator fathers: ‘Transfilial’ activisms across the Argentine human rights movement0
Revisiting memoricide: The everyday killing of memory0
Between remembrance and commerce: Writing a painting treatise in nineteenth-century Shanghai0
Promnesic futures: Technology, climate, déjà vu0
Diasporic memory practice on the Internet: Remembering lost homelands0
‘Travelling landscapes’ and the potential of Artscapes0
Taking the soldier home: Sustaining the domestic presence of absent fallen soldiers in Israel0
Entangled suffering and disruptive empathy: The Holocaust, the Nakba and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict in Susan Abulhawa’s Mornings in Jenin0
Visual symbols, democracy and memory: The monument of Ivan Stepanovich Konev and the memory of communism in the Czech Republic0
Book review: The Politics of Trauma and Integrity: Stories of Japanese “Comfort Women”0
An Archive of Feelings @ 20: An interview with Ann Cvetkovich0
Legacies of a martial race: Sikh investment and implication in the US police state0
Democratizing memory and the question of Black difference in Brazil (ca. 1980–1988): The transformation of the Serra da Barriga (Alagoas), from haunted “Black territory” to national memorial in the tr0
Book review: The Wars inside Chile’s Barracks: Remembering Military Service under Pinochet0
E.E. in 2022: Young, angry, and female?0
Making memory sovereign/making sovereign memory0
Dancing through time: A methodological exploration of embodied memories0
Environmental commemoration: Guiding principles and real-world cases0
Resurrecting antiquity: Memories of Medea in the Caribbean0
Kurdish music in Turkey0
The intergenerational hero: Carrier of a bonding memory0
Dialita: Collective memories of former women political prisoners during the New Order era in Java, 2000–20110
Queering memory: Toward re-membering otherwise0
Book review: Milieux de mémoire in Late Modernity: Local Communities, Religion and Historical Politics0
Memories, piety and formation of civil religions: Do revolutionary youth sing along with the memory machine in Iran?0
From disenchantment to glory: Fluctuations in the memory of World War II in Japanese Cinema (1980–2020)0
Vernacular de-commemoration: How collectives reckon with the past in the present0
Book review: The Great Exodus from China: Trauma, Memory, and Identity in Modern Taiwan0
Book review: Being with the Dead: Burial, Ancestral Politics, and the Roots of Historical Consciousness0
Thanatographical fiction: Death, mourning and ritual in contemporary literature and film0
Marginal(ized) plurality: An empirical conceptualization of Michael Rothberg’s “multidirectional memory” in German educational settings0
Casa 1, a site of LGBTQ memory in São Paulo, Brazil0
The reemergence of the disappeared, the role of remains and the forensic gaze0
Localised, regional, inter-regional and national memory politics: The case of Spain’s La Ranilla prison and Andalusia’s mnemonic framework0
Memorial reparation: Women’s work of remembrance, repair and restoration in rural Colombia0
The UNESCO Memory of the World Programme and claims for recognition of atrocities: The nominations of Documents of Nanjing Massacre and Voices of the ‘Comfort Women’0
‘Sharing for the memories’: Contemporary conceptualizations of memories by young women0
Book review: Heritage and Nationalism: Understanding populism through big data0
Memory dynamics in times of crisis: An interview with Sarah Gensburger0
Book reviews: La muerte del verdugo. Reflexiones interdisciplinarias sobre el cadáver de los criminales de masa0
Russian war of aggression in Ukraine: Challenges for memory studies. An Editorial0
The Maria Stock Pathway. On the building of memorial landscape in the West Bohemian Region0
Post-memory and the third generation’s inheritance of the Indian partition (1947): A comparative study of the linguistic register across spatial axes0
The shift in the regime of silence: Selective erasure of the 1965 massacre in post-New Order Indonesia’s official narrative0
Mnemonic wars and parallel polis: The anti-politics of memory in Central and Southeast Europe: Kosovar women and Black/Roma Lives Matter0
Book review: Philosophical Perspectives on Memory and Imagination0
Media resonance and conflicting memories: Historical event movies as conflict zone0
Book review: Remembering Asia’s World War Two0
The autobiographical archive in post-communist Romania: “True” heroes and collective victimization0
Book Review: Sown In Earth: Essays of Memory and Belonging0
To which past do we belong?Selfandnarrativein a Brazilian mnemonic community of former institutionalized children0
Lack of bump in public events when recent events prevail0
Designing the memory of terror, negotiating national memory: The National September 11 Memorial and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice0
In the trap of Beatrice: On Florence Conard’s war memories and disciplinary turns0
Book review: Is Time Out of Joint? On the Rise and Fall of the Modern Time Regime0
Mnemonic land war: Memory constellations through Lebanon and South Africa0
Book Review: The SAGE Journal of Memory Studies and MSA Outstanding First Book Annual Award0
Journal of a plague year0
Sacred memory, creole orientalism and India in the plantationscape of Mauritius0
Victimhood and the transnationalization of Croatian memory politics0
Queering and decolonising the museum: ‘In the Presence of Absence’ exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum0
Queer collective memory during the time of COVID: Timelessness, isolation, and resilience in the United Kingdom0
Changing the story: Intergenerational dialogue, participatory video and perpetrator memories in Cambodia0
Collective memory of environmental change and connectedness with nature: Survey evidence from Aotearoa New Zealand0
Fear and loathing in monuments: Rethinking the politics and practices of monumentality and monumentalization0
Postcatastrophic entanglement? Contemporary Czech writers remember the holocaust and post-war ethnic cleansing0
Entangled memories of violence: Jean Améry and Frantz Fanon0
Too painful to forget, too painful to remember: Ashes of memory in Marguerite Duras and Alain Resnais’s Hiroshima mon amour (1959) and Duras’s La douleur (1985)0
“Let me be dust”: Memory beyond testimony in Gwangju, South Korea0
Book review: Εκ Δυσμών το Φως; Εξελληνισμός και Οριενταλισμός στην Οθωμανική Αυτοκρατορία (μέσα 19ου – αρχές 20ού αιώνα) [Ex Occidente Lux? Hellenization and Orientalism in the Ottoman Empire (mid-19<0
Decolonizing Flanders fields: Flemish Great War commemoration and the agency of literature0
Book Review: The Struggle for the Past: How We Construct Social Memories0
Introduction: Sites of reckoning special issue0
Bridging the gap between the social science and the social ontology of collective memory0
Narrating political participation: How do lifetime activists remember their political experiences?0
Write to return: The memoir of Hovhannes Cherishian and the restoration of the Armenian hearth0
Digital productions in the 50 years of the 1964’s coup d’état: Multimedia special issues in Brazilian journalistic websites0
Book review: The Ethics of Storytelling: Narrative Hermeneutics, History, and the Possible0
Memory as a means of governmentality0
Memorials’ politics: Exploring the material rhetoric of the Statue of Peace0
Fake news and fading views: A vanishing archive of the 1906 Atlanta race massacre0
Book review: Current Controversies in Philosophy of Memory0
Memory as tyranny: A dataist argument for posthuman interconnectivity in Humans and Real Humans0
Resisting the abolition myth: Journalistic turning points in the Dutch memory of slavery0
From hatred to hope: Emotions, memory and the German labour movement in the late-nineteenth century0
The emancipatory potential of the Yugoslav socialist narratives of the Second World War0
Racialised regimes of remembrance: The politics of trivialising and forgetting the murders of Black children in Brazil0
Collectivizing justice: Participatory witnessing, sense memory, and emotional communities0
EU research policy as a transnational memory policy instrument? The framework programmes and the production of competing visions of Europe0
Online memorials as a platform for empathy journalism0
Fue el estado (‘It was the state’): Embodied practices of memory and the re-writing of Mexico’s genealogy of violence0
Book review: The False Cause: Fraud, Fabrication, and White Supremacy in Confederate Memory0
Book reviews: The Invention of Rare Books: Private Interest and Public Memory, 1600-18400
Homonationalism, LGBT desaparecidos, and the politics of queer memory in Argentina0
Memory and kinship across the Indo–Myanmar border: A study of the lived experiences of displaced Kuki families0
Viral Camus: Mapping cultural memory in the Covid era0
(Re)imagining an archive of haunting0
Book review: Beyond Memory: Can We Really Learn From the Past?0
Book Review: Remember Me: Memory and Forgetting in the Digital Age0
Marielle restored? Mortuary graphisms, memory and ritual in intersectional and anti-racist responses to necropolitical violence in Rio de Janeiro0
A creativity-focused anniversary: Montreal’s 375th anniversary celebrations at the heart of a cultural economy of the past0
The (de)tours of memory: Strategies and tactics of memory at Argentina’s Parque de la Memoria0
Collective memory and trans history in the Italian context: Archival practices and the creation of the first trans archive in Italy0
The invented myth behind the Taiwanese ‘national’ holiday: The collective memory of Peace Memorial Day0
Older veterans: The materiality of reminiscence, making unknown histories knowable and forging social connections0
Book review: Memory and Nation-Building: World War II in Malaysian Literature0
Incommensurable worlds, irreparable wounds: Transitional justice politics and personal violent pasts in postconflict Peru0
Filmic memory texts: Seeing America’s archeological turn from salvage to conservation in Spadework for History0
Book review: The Criminalisation of Communism in the European Political Space After the Cold War0
Book review: Transitional Justice and Memory in Cambodia: Beyond the Extraordinary Chambers0
‘The instinct of resistance to evil’: Postmemory and the Ukrainian national imaginary in Oksana Zabuzhko’s novel The Museum of Abandoned Secrets0
Corrigendum to “Afterword: Memory worlds in times of Corona”0
Naturalizing the centennial: History, memory, and the limits of human lifespans0
Book Review: Tourism and Memory: Visitor Experiences of the Nazi and GDR Past0
My autobiography of Reed Erickson, or, how to re-member a ghost0
Different mechanisms, same result: Remembering the liberation war in Mozambique0
Corrigendum to “From mourning severed to mourning recovered: Tribute and remembrance strategies for families of the victims of Francoist repression”0
Book review: Memories and Postmemories of the Partition in India0
The ‘sites of oblivion’: How not to remember in a world of reminders0
‘The primitive accumulation of capital and memory’: Mnemonic wars as national reconciliation discourse in (post-)Yugoslavia0
‘Build memories’, collages on paper, 20170
Far-right digital memory activism: Transnational circulation of memes and memory of Yugoslav wars0
Remembering through fragmented narratives: Third generations and the intergenerational memory of the 1965 anti-leftist violence in Indonesia0
Book review: Post-Conflict Memorialization. Missing Memorials, Absent Bodies0
Book review: The Past Can’t Heal Us: The Dangers of Mandating Memory in the Name of Human Rights0
The living past in the lives of victims-/survivors of conflict-related sexual violence: Temporal implications for transitional justice0
Travelling and multiscaler memory: Remembering East Timor’s Santa Cruz massacre from the transnational to the intimate0
Divided memory, postcolonialism and trauma in the South Caucasus0
Therapeutic improvisation in Cambodia: Moderated exposure, the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes, and the quest to weave the “world’s longest krama”0
Legitimation crisis, memory, and United States exceptionalism: Lessons from post-communist Eastern Europe0
Creating memory of COVID-19: The actions of museums and archives in Spain0
Book review: The Constructive Mind: Bartlett’s Psychology in Reproduction0
Memory wars beyond the metaphor: Reflections on Russia’s mnemonic propaganda0
Civilizational mnemonics and the longue durée: The Bulgarian case0
Book review: An Everlasting Name: Cultural Remembrance and Traditions of Onymic Commemoration0
The counter-monument as mnemonic device: The case of the Statues of Peace in South Korea0
Intergenerational transmission of historical memory of volcanic risk in Mexico0
The invisible dome and the unbuilt bridge: Contemporary fiction and the mythologies of Ottoman architecture0
‘I can’t remember how many I killed’. . .: Child soldiers and memory work in YouTube0
Death, doubt, truth and charisma: Exhumations, enigmas and manipulations surrounding the deaths of Salvador Allende and Eduardo Frei Montalva0
Territorial phantom pains: Third-generation postmemories of territorial changes0
Book Review: Exhibiting Atrocity: Memory Museums and the Politics of Past Violence0
Witnessing migrant memories through literature: The case of Nagorno-Karabakh in transnational perspective0
Burning Karen’s Headquarters: Gender, Race, & the United Daughters of the Confederacy Headquarters0
Design elements evoke embodiment at cultural sites in Rwanda and South Africa0
The crisis of Confederate memory in the interior of São Paulo, Brazil0
A network of photographs: The visual public memory of the Dutch Provo movement, 1967–20160
Book review: Memory, Migration and Travel0
Parallelotopia: Ottoman transcultural memory assemblages in contemporary art practices from the Middle East0
Non-forgetfulness and forgetfulness 忘 (wang) in ancient Chinese philosophical texts0
Corrigendum to “The Archival Riot. Travesti/Trans* Audiovisual Memory Politics in Twenty-First Century Argentina”0
The construction of family memory through activist engagement: The case of relatives of the disappeared in Spain0
From Anne Lister to Gentleman Jack to Anne Lister0
Ambivalent Déjà-vu: World War II in the poetry of the Northern Irish Troubles0
Memory dialogics: Scholastique Mukasonga’s literary renegotiation of Rwandan Genocide narratives0
Cultural memory of social protest: Mnemonic literature about Gezi Park protests0
‘Did my grandfather storm the beaches of Normandy for this shit?’ Mnemonic wars and digital games0
Book review: Camera Orientalis: Reflections on Photography of the Middle East Camera Ottomana: Photography and Modernity in the Ottoman Empire, 1840-1914 The Arab Imago: A Social History of Portrait P0
Book review: Remembrance and Forgiveness: Global and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Genocide and Mass Violence0
Courage, resistance and vulnerability in memory culture: Swedish Museum education and the representation of the Holocaust survivor at the turn of the twenty-first century0
Book review: A Provincial History of the Ottoman Empire: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Nineteenth Century0
Book Review: Narrating South Asian Partition: Oral History, Literature, Cinema0
‘Comfort women must fall’? Japanese governmental responses to ‘comfort women’ statues around the world0
Near and far: Tracing memory and reframing presence in pandemic-era Argentina0
‘Fiction keeps memory about the war alive’: Mnemonic migration and literary representations of the war in Bosnia0
A global label and its local appropriations. Representations of the Righteous Among the Nations in contemporary European museums0
She Came from Kasaba0
The transcultural Ottoman table0
Book review: Qualitative Studies of Silence: The Unsaid as Social Action0
Agonistic homecomings: Holocaust postmemory, perspective and locality0
Book review: Pandemic Re-Awakenings: The Forgotten and Unforgotten “Spanish” Flu of 1918-19190
Race against time: “9/11: One Day in America” and the amnesia of America’s archive0
Spain’s democratic anxieties through the lens of Franco’s reburial0
Like daughter, like grandson: Queering post-traumatic memory0
Book review: The Surrendered: Reflections by a Son of Shining Path0
Book Review: Theatre and Archival Memory: Irish Drama and Marginalised Histories 1951–19770
Book review: Agency in Transnational Memory Politics0
Memory care and queer akinship at the former Uckermark concentration camp for girls and young women0
Memory practices ‘from below’: Mnemonic solidarity, intimacy and counter-monuments in the practices of Zoscua, Colombia0
Beyond multidirectional memory: Opening pathways to politics and solidarity0
Book review: The Persistence of Memory: Remembering Slavery in Liverpool, “Slaving Capital of the World.”0
Silent memorylands: City branding and the coloniality of cultural memory in the Hamburg HafenCity0
The significance of family reminiscing for children’s historical consciousness0
Book review: Erinnerungskultur. Poetische, kulturelle und politische Erinnerungsphänomene in der deutschen Literatur0
Book Review: Carnivalizing Reconciliation: Contemporary Australian and Canadian Literature and Film beyond the Victim Paradigm0
Notes towards a historical, critical theory of memory constellations: Postcolonial nationalist memory in Michael Anthony’s King of the Masquerade0
Reflexive ethnography of Poland’s non-memory about Jews and the Holocaust: Revisiting fieldwork, revising assumptions0
Spectral fabulations: Belgrade drag performances refashioning socialist memories0
A psalm is always a memory: Nostalgia and sacrality in contemporary ritual-musical appropriations of the psalms0
Memorials from the perspective of experience: A comparison of Spain’s Valley of the Fallen to contemporary counter-memorials0
Explosive aftermaths: Reassembling transnational memory- and policyscapes of victims and terrorism in the United Kingdom0
Book review: Constructing the Memory of War in Visual Culture since 1914: The Eye on War0
The difficult, divisive and disruptive heritage of the Queensland Native Mounted Police0
Mnemonic interventions: Memory and transitional justice at a Uruguayan prison-mall0
Remembering the anti-Soviet partisan war in Lithuania, 1944–1953: The effects of heroization at different levels of remembrance0
Book review: Milieus of ReMemory: Relationalities of Violence, Trauma, and Voice0
Book review: Epicentre to Aftermath: Rebuilding and Remembering in the Wake of Nepal’s Earthquakes0
Memory conflicts and memory grey zones: War memory in Bosnia–Herzegovina between public memory disputes, literary narratives and personal experience0
Memorial space and its mnemonic function0
Memory, crisis and democracy in Africa0
Book Review: The Implicated Subject: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators0
Heritage, memory and identity of Harbin: A confluence of Russian and Japanese colonial effects0
Book review: Empathy in Contemporary Poetry after Crisis0
Ottoman ghosts and legacies: A drift through the Dead Zone in Cyprus0
The grounds of Gallipoli: Earthy memory and the collapse of space and time0
Memory and time in early Quakerism0
New constellations of mnemonic wars: An introduction0
Representing evidence0
Reconstructing the Turkish Jewish identity of Çanakkale between silence and speaking out: Nostalgia as an exit strategy0
Social fields, journalism, and collective memory: Reporting on the Armenian genocide in legal, political, and commemorative field events0
Race, memory and implication in Tulsa’s Greenwood Rising0
‘We did commit these crimes’: Post-Ottoman solidarities, contested places and Kurdish apology for the Armenian Genocide on Web 2.00
On pluralist mythscapes0
Repeating beats: The return of rave, memories of joy and nostalgia between the afterglow and the hangover0
The counter-boomerang effect of transnational revisionist activism on the memory of ‘comfort women’0
Obstinate memory: Working-class politics and neoliberal forgetting in the United Kingdom and Chile0
Living in history and by the cultural life script: What events modulate autobiographical memory organization in a sample of older adults from Romania?0
The exodus memory community: Leveraging oral history records to understand collected memories of violence0
Challenges of antagonistic memory: Scholars versus politics and war0
Remembering the victims of COVID-19: From personal to civic to reparative memory0
Book Review: Repression, Resistance and Collaboration in Stalinist Romania 1944–1964: Post-Communist Remembering0
Media-generated characteristics of Homeland War–related commemorations in Croatia0
Left-wing melancholia and activist memories of the Colombian conflict in Fabiola Calvo Ocampo’sHablarán de mí0
Remembering Armenian music in Bolis: Komitas Vardapet in transcultural perspective0
Memory, propaganda and the complex traumatic structure of the war on Ukraine0
Putting metaphor centre-stage: A case study of Alison Landsberg’s ‘Prosthetic Memory’0
Spectacular memory: Zombie pasts in the themed shopping malls of Dubai0
Book Review: This Atom Bomb in Me0
Texas, monuments, toward a politics of self-reckoning0
Agonistic memory as a relational concept: Remembering socialism in Lithuania0
Mediating memories: Individual remembering of two mass protests in Hong Kong0
An Instituting Archive for Memory Activism: The Archivo de la Memoria Trans de Argentina0
‘I remember little. Almost nothing’. Participatory theatre as a means to access subjugated memories0
The archival riot: Travesti/Trans* audiovisual memory politics in twenty-first-century Argentina0
The fight over the Marian Column and a religious narrative template in a society of unbelievers0
A non-existent cemetery: The memory of Germans in today’s Belgrade0
(Un)drawing Belgium’s colonial monuments: Comics’ engagement with decolonial debates0
Book review: How Nations Remember0
Book review: Memory on my Doorstep: Chronicles of the Bataclan Neighbourhood, Paris 2015-20160
The buried king and the memory of the future: From Washington Irving to Bruce Springsteen0
Public spaces and circumscribed spaces of the collective memory: A research on the location of commemorative monuments0
Book review: The Second World War in the Twenty-First-Century Museum: From Narrative, Memory and Experience to Experientiality0
States of conception: Renegotiating the mnemonic order amid crisis0
Unsettling homocolonial frames of remembrance: Two-Spirit and Indigiqueer interventions at the museum0
Book review: Postnational Memory, Peace and War: Making Pasts Beyond Borders0
The sequence form of accounting for atrocity0
‘Practices of self’: Embodied memory work, performance art, and intersectional activism in Namibia0
Memory wars in postimperial settings: The challenges of transnationalism and the risks of new totalizing mnemonics0
‘There is no room in our city for hate’: The re-emerged debates over the current and former place name of a Canadian city0
Book Review: From Surviving to Living: Voice, Trauma and Witness in Rwandan Women’s Writing0
Recalling the Hunger Winter: Evoking famine memory beyond the national0
Corrigendum to “Editorial: Presenting unwieldy pasts”0
HIV/AIDS in the context of a queer institution: The Schwules Museum, Berlin0
The battle for influence: Commemoration of transnational martyrs in the Italian diaspora of the U.S. under fascism0
Erratum to Introduction: Sites of reckoning special issue0
Book review: Family Memory: Practices, Transmissions and Uses in a Global Perspective0
Book Review: Memories Before the State: Postwar Peru and the Place of Memory, Tolerance, and Social Inclusion0
Book review symposium: The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Memory0
Refracting implication: The question of silence in (A)pollonia0
A microphone in a chandelier: How a secret recording sparks mnemonic imagination and affect0
Book review: A House in the Homeland: Armenian Pilgrimages to Places of Ancestral Memory0
Book reviews: National Memories: Constructing Identity in Populist Times0
Contesting public forgetting: Memory and policy learning in the era of Covid-190
Latency in Lebanon, or bringing things (back) to life: A Perfect Day (Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, 2005)0
Transnationalistic memories: Frédéric Boissonnas’ photographic construction of a Greek-Christian European Thessaloniki in Salonique et ses basiliques (1919)0