Calenda - Studies in Cultural Memory.
The influential theory of cultural memory, developed since the 1980s by Jan Assmann and Aleida Assmann, is des igned a s an attempt to elaborate both Halbwachs’s and Warburg’s idea s.
In recent years memory has become a central concept in historical studies, following the definition of the term 'Cultural Memory' by the Egyptologist Jan Assmann in 1994. Thinking about memory, as both an individual and a social phenomenon, has led to a new way of conceptualizing history and has drawn historians into debate with scholars in other disciplines such as literary studies, cultural.
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Memory in Culture Astrid Erll (auth.) This book. cultural memory 417. studies 403. culture 327. collective 327. literary 288. literature 264. memory studies 223. remembering 206. historical 204. memories 173. ibid 141. medium 137. eds 134. narrative 122. texts 118.
Final Essays: Those course participants who will miss any of the class discussions due to illness or other valid reasons will have to submit a final essay in order to pass the course. The essay topic is chosen by the student after. consultation with the lecturer. Course Plan. 1. Introduction to the Course.
Nothing has so radically transformed the world as the distinction between true and false religion. In this nuanced consideration of his own controversial Moses the Egyptian, renowned Egyptologist Jan Assmann answers his critics, extending and building upon ideas from his previous book.Maintaining that it was indeed the Moses of the Hebrew Bible who introduced the.
What we know of war is always mediated knowledge and feeling. We need lenses to filter out some of its blinding, terrifying light. These lenses are not fixed; they change over time, and Jay Winter's panoramic history of war and memory offers an unprecedented study of transformations in our imaginings of war, from 1914 to the present.