Dynamic memories of the collective past
Abstract In this paper, I first retrace some aspects of a dynamic theory of humans in society, and then highlight what appear to me as major contributions of two papers of this special issue. This leads me to highlight a series of questions, which I address through two other consonant studies on remembering, the work of Harald Welzer and his team on the memory of WWII in three generations in German families, and the study by Steve
Brown and Paula Reavey on people’s remembering of the London bombings
Keywords Imagination, collective memory, intergenerational transmission, vital memories, prolepsis
Citation Zittoun, T. (2017). Dynamic memories of the collective past. Culture & Psychology, 23(2), 295-305.
Type Journal article (English)
Date of appearance 18-5-2017
Journal Culture & Psychology
Volume 23
Issue 2
Pages 295-305
URL http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1354067X17695768
Related project Imagination