Save As... Digital Memories

Joanne Garde-Hansen (Editor), Andrew Hoskins (Editor), Anna Reading (Editor)

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What is digital memory? How are digital technologies changing what we remember and how? Records of the past used to be expensive and bulky to keep, and difficult to access. But digital media technologies provide cheap data storage and easy data retrieval, with mobile networks enabling unprecedented global accessibility and participation in the creation of memories. Save As… Digital Memories brings together leading international scholars to address on-line memorials, blogging, mobile phones, social networking sites and the digital archive. They focus on topical subjects such the 'war on terror', cyberpunk, the Holocaust, digital remixing and the virtual museum. Trans-disciplinary and original, the book will appeal to those interested in how digital media technologies shape human memory. Providing an accessible and bold introduction to the subject of digital memory, each essay shows how digital technologies are changing human memory discourses, practices and forms, as well as the way we conceptualise memory itself.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Number of pages272
ISBN (Print)9780230542525
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009


  • memory, digital memory, cultural memory, media and memory


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