Memory Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Memory Studies is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Afterword: Memory worlds in times of Corona56
Born digital: The Black lives matter movement and memory after the digital turn23
Remaking memory and the agency of the aesthetic22
Challenging the meaning of the past from below: A typology for comparative research on memory activists19
The new grey of memory: Andrew Hoskins in conversation with Huw Halstead18
Between remembrance and knowledge: The Spanish Flu, COVID-19, and the two poles of collective memory14
Content analysis of living historical memory around the world: Terrorization of the Anglosphere, and national foundations of hope in developing societies12
When does an epidemic become a ‘crisis’? Analogies between Covid-19 and HIV/AIDS in American public memory12
Remembrance Day for Lost Species: Remembering and mourning extinction in the Anthropocene11
Capture the feeling: Memory practices in between the emotional affordances of heritage sites and digital media11
Enacting memories through and with things: Remembering as material engagement11
The intergenerational hero: Carrier of a bonding memory10
Editorial: Cultural memorial forms10
The rise of illiberal memory9
The COVID-19 crisis chronotope: The pandemic as matter, metaphor and memory9
Making memory work: The SARS memory and China’s war on COVID-199
Selfies in Auschwitz: Popular and contested representations in a digital generation8
Exploring functions of and recollections with photos in the age of smartphone cameras8
Memory, counter-memory and denialism: How search engines circulate information about the Holodomor-related memory wars8
Non-memory: Remembering beyond the discursive and the symbolic8
Fascination, nostalgia, and knowledge desire in digital memory culture: Emotions and mood work in retrospective Facebook groups7
Non-subsumptive memory and narrative empathy7
“Let me tell you what we already know”: Collective memory between culture and interaction7
Provincializing memory studies: The insistence of the ‘here-now’7
Ghostly pasts and postponed futures: The disorder of time during the corona pandemic7
White Armband Day: From global social media campaign to transnational commemoration day7
Digital disorientation and place7
Challenging the placeless imaginary in digital memories: The performation of place in the work of Forensic Architecture7
Born translated memories: Transcultural memorial forms, domestication and foreignisation6
Agents of memory in the post-witness era:Memory in the Living Roomand changing forms of Holocaust remembrance in Israel6
Moving hearts: How mnemonic labour (trans)forms mnemonic capital6
Streaming media and the dynamics of remembering and forgetting: The Chernobyl case6
Remembering and silencing complexity in post-genocide memorialisation: Cambodia’s Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum5
Pre-emptive memories: Anticipating narratives of Covid-19 in practices of commemoration5
Memory and Crisis: An Introduction5
The alliance of victory: Russo-Serbian memory diplomacy5
Memory worlds: Reframing time and the past – An introduction5
Theuth, Thamus, and digital civics: Plato’s formulation of memory and its lessons for civic life in the digital age5
Perceived societal anomie and the implicit trajectory of national decline: Replicating and extending Yamashiro and Roediger (2019) within a French sample5
Cyberplace: From fantasies of placelessness to connective emplacement5
‘Comfort women must fall’? Japanese governmental responses to ‘comfort women’ statues around the world5
The return of suppressed memories in Eastern Europe: Locality and unsilencing difficult histories5
Remembering war through images: Visual narratives of the Finnish Civil War in history textbooks from the 1920s to the 2010s5
Remembering 1989: A case study of anniversary journalism in Hong Kong5
Lived multidirectionality: “Historikerstreit 2.0” and the politics of Holocaust memory5
Organized memory and popular remembering: The encounter of Yugonostalgia theories with socialism4
Collective memory or the right to be forgotten? Cultures of digital memory and forgetting in the European Union4
Affordances of memorability: Finnish reception of the oppression of Ingrian Finns in the Soviet Union4
Memory politics in the future tense: Exceptionalism, race, and insurrection in America4
Making and contesting far right sites of memory. A case study on Romania4
The labour of place: Memory and extended reality (XR) in migration museums4
‘We’re equal to the Jews who were destroyed. [. . .] Compensate us, too’. An affective (un)remembering of Germany’s colonial past?4
Memorials’ politics: Exploring the material rhetoric of the Statue of Peace4
Transcultural memory and literary translation: Mapping the Field (with a case study on Lydie Salvayre’s Pas pleurer and its Spanish translation)4
The vernacular as method for memory and time: A philological and cultural exploration of Filipino concepts for Memory Studies4
Making memories: Chinese foodscapes, medicinal foods, and generational eating4
The 2019–2020 Chilean anti-neoliberal uprising: A catalyst for decolonial de-monumentalization3
Closure in dystopia: Projecting memories of the end of crises in speculative fiction3
Facing dominant master narratives on gender and sexuality: Identity reconstruction of women in situations of inequality3
Far-right anniversary politics and social media: The Alternative for Germany’s contestation of the East German past on Twitter3
Collective memory and the populist cause: The Ulucanlar Prison Museum in Turkey3
New constellations of mnemonic wars: An introduction3
Dancing through time: A methodological exploration of embodied memories3
Gendering arctic memory: Understanding the legacy of Josephine Diebitsch-Peary3
The place of data: Mobile media, loss and data in life, death and afterlife3
Memory wars beyond the metaphor: Reflections on Russia’s mnemonic propaganda3
Tracing the politics of aesthetics: From imposing, via counter to affirmative memorials to violence3
The structure and organization of collective memory representations3
Judging the past: Memory, others, and intergenerational responsibility among the Japanese youth2
A politics of placelessness? The limits of democratising memory in the Centro de Documentación e Investigación of Lima’s Lugar de la Memoria2
Remembering through fragmented narratives: Third generations and the intergenerational memory of the 1965 anti-leftist violence in Indonesia2
Putting metaphor centre-stage: A case study of Alison Landsberg’s ‘Prosthetic Memory’2
Micro-memories: Digital modes of communication across three generations2
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’2
Towards a resonant theory of memory politics2
Changing the story: Intergenerational dialogue, participatory video and perpetrator memories in Cambodia2
Seeing the Genocide against the Tutsi through someone else’s eyes: Prosthetic memory andHotel Rwanda2
Spain’s democratic anxieties through the lens of Franco’s reburial2
Fear and loathing in monuments: Rethinking the politics and practices of monumentality and monumentalization2
Memory laws, mnemonic weapons: The diffusion of a norm across Europe and beyond2
Invisible threads linking phantasmal landscapes in Java: Haunted places and memory in post-authoritarian Indonesia2
The battle for influence: Commemoration of transnational martyrs in the Italian diaspora of the U.S. under fascism2
Memory and far-right historiography: The case of the Christchurch shooter2
Claiming Martin Luther King, Jr. for the right: The Martin Luther King Day holiday in the Reagan era2
‘The primitive accumulation of capital and memory’: Mnemonic wars as national reconciliation discourse in (post-)Yugoslavia2
‘Nothing is lost’: Mourning and memory at the National Memorial for Peace and Justice2
‘We thought she was a witch’: Gender, class and whiteness in the familial ‘memory archive’2
Media-generated characteristics of Homeland War–related commemorations in Croatia2
‘I can’t remember how many I killed’. . .: Child soldiers and memory work in YouTube2
The digital turn in memory studies2
Cued recall: Using photo-elicitation to examine the distributed processes of remembering with photographs2
Affective future and non-existent history: The issue of future past in memory research2
Far-right digital memory activism: Transnational circulation of memes and memory of Yugoslav wars2
Memorials as discursive spheres: Holocaust and Second World War iconography in public commemoration of extremist-right violence2
To which past do we belong?Selfandnarrativein a Brazilian mnemonic community of former institutionalized children2
Victim-heroes in collective memory: Surviving soviet repressions heroically2
The Immortal Regiment and its glocalisation: Reformatting Victory Day in Bulgaria2
Remembering forgotten heroes and the idealisation of true love: Veteran memorial activism in contemporary China2
Legitimation crisis, memory, and United States exceptionalism: Lessons from post-communist Eastern Europe2
Legacies of a martial race: Sikh investment and implication in the US police state1
Marielle restored? Mortuary graphisms, memory and ritual in intersectional and anti-racist responses to necropolitical violence in Rio de Janeiro1
‘We did commit these crimes’: Post-Ottoman solidarities, contested places and Kurdish apology for the Armenian Genocide on Web 2.01
Book Review: Memory Activism: Reimagining the Past for the Future in Israel-Palestine1
“History is Illuminating”: Public memory crises and collectives in Richmond, Virginia1
Notes towards a historical, critical theory of memory constellations: Postcolonial nationalist memory in Michael Anthony’sKing of the Masquerade1
Knotted memories of a betrayed sacrifice: Rethinking trauma and hope in South Africa1
A global label and its local appropriations. Representations of the Righteous Among the Nations in contemporary European museums1
A more perfect union? The place of Black lives in presidential plantation sites1
Placeless and barrier-free? Connecting place memories online within an unequal society1
Afro-Germans, multidirectional memory and French colonial aphasia: The legacy of the First World War inGaladioby Didier Daeninckx1
Left-wing melancholia and activist memories of the Colombian conflict in Fabiola Calvo Ocampo’s Hablarán de mí1
Memorials from the perspective of experience: A comparison of Spain’s Valley of the Fallen to contemporary counter-memorials1
Taking the soldier home: Sustaining the domestic presence of absent fallen soldiers in Israel1
Lack of bump in public events when recent events prevail1
Memories of a fishing landscape: Making sense of flow and decline1
Recollections of a lost kingdom: The varied interactions between history and memory in South Sulawesi, Indonesia1
The Windrush and the BUMIDOM: The memorialization of Caribbean migration1
Civilizational mnemonicsand thelongue durée: The Bulgarian case1
Memory dynamics in times of crisis: An interview with Sarah Gensburger1
Russian war of aggression in Ukraine: Challenges for memory studies. An Editorial1
‘Travelling landscapes’ and the potential ofArtscapes1
The ludic lives of memoryscapes: Skateboarding post-Soviet peripheries1
Introduction: Taking stock of memory studies1
Homonationalism, LGBT desaparecidos, and the politics of queer memory in Argentina1
Concealment, coexistence, and citizenship: (Post-)conflict strategies of survival and inclusion in Sacsamarca, Peru1
Contesting public forgetting: Memory and policy learning in the era of Covid-191
The ‘sites of oblivion’: How not to remember in a world of reminders1
Visual symbols, democracy and memory: The monument of Ivan Stepanovich Konev and the memory of communism in the Czech Republic1
Between discovery and exploitation of history: Lay theories of history and their connections to national identity and interest in history1
Queering memory: Toward re-membering otherwise1
Territorial phantom pains: Third-generation postmemories of territorial changes1
Entrepreneurs of memory: Selling history in the GDR Museum shop in Berlin1
State, market, and the manufacturing of war memory: China’s television dramas on the War of Resistance against Japan1
Living in history and by the cultural life script: What events modulate autobiographical memory organization in a sample of older adults from Romania?1
Collective memory and trans history in the Italian context: Archival practices and the creation of the first trans archive in Italy1
Memory as a means of governmentality1
Non-forgetfulness and forgetfulness 忘 (wang) in ancient Chinese philosophical texts1
Challenges of antagonistic memory: Scholars versus politics and war1
The fight over the Marian Column and a religious narrative template in a society of unbelievers1
Transnational therapeutic memories: Remembering forced migration in documentary film1
The counter-boomerang effect of transnational revisionist activism on the memory of ‘comfort women’1
The user is dead, long live the platform? Problematising the user-centric focus of (digital) memory studies1
The archival riot: Travesti/Trans* audiovisual memory politics in twenty-first-century Argentina1
Re-thinking memory and transitional justice: A novel application of ecological memory1
‘Putting heart’ into history and memory: Dialogues with Maya-Tseltal philosopher, Xuno López Intzin1
Reconstructing the ‘Reconquista’: Students’ negotiation of a Spanish master narrative1
Lubyanka: Dissonant memories of violence in the heart of Moscow1
Antifascist memory revisited: Hungarian historical exhibitions in Oświęcim and Paris, 19651
Promnesic futures: Technology, climate, déjà vu1
Remembering terrorist attacks: Evolution over time1
Russian LGBT activism and the memory politics of sexual citizenship1
‘Fiction keeps memory about the war alive’: Mnemonic migration and literary representations of the war in Bosnia1
Reparation policies in Colombia: Memory as a Repertoire1
Entangled memories of violence: Jean Améry and Frantz Fanon1
Silent memorylands: City branding and the coloniality of cultural memory in the Hamburg HafenCity1
Book review: How Nations Remember1
Finding place in Northeast and Southeast Asia: Collective memory construction of the marginalized, disenfranchised, and dislocated1
The autobiographical archive in post-communist Romania: “True” heroes and collective victimization1
The monumentalization of the Portuguese Colonial War: Commemorating the soldier’s efforts amid the persistence of imperial imaginaries1
Marginal(ized) plurality: An empirical conceptualization of Michael Rothberg’s “multidirectional memory” in German educational settings1
Rainforest villages, eighteenth-century history1
Reimagining cultural memory of the arctic in the graphic narratives ofOqaluttuaq1
“I think it is [the] mother who keeps things going”: The gendered division of labor in the transmission of memory of the Armenian Genocide1
The difficult, divisive and disruptive heritage of the Queensland Native Mounted Police1
Echoes of famine: Effects of the embodied memories of the Spanish Hunger Years (1939–1952) on survivors’ subsequent food practices and attitudes1
Collective memory of environmental change and connectedness with nature: Survey evidence from Aotearoa New Zealand1
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