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TitleGeography and memory : explorations in identity, place and becoming
Author edited by Owain Jones, Joanne Garde-Hansen
Imprint Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
Descript xii, 272 p. : ill. ; 23 cm

CONTENT

Introduction: memories of geographies/geographies of memories / Owain Jones and Joanne Garde-Hansen -- Identity. Clearing out a cupboard: memory, materiality and transitions / John Horton and Peter Kraftl -- Copper places: affective circuitries / Caitlin Desilvey -- Mapping grief and memory in John Banville's The sea / Avril Maddrell -- Brooding on Bornholm: postmemory, painting and place / Judith Tucker --Place. Family photographs: memories, narratives, places / Elisabeth Roberts -- The Southdean Project and beyond "essaying" site as memory work / Iain Biggs -- "The Elephant is part of us and our village": reflections on memories, places and (non-) spatial objects / Marc Redepenning -- Graffiti heritage: Civil War memory in Virginia / Terri Moreau and Derek H. Alderman -- Becoming. Geopolitics and memories: walking through Plymouth, England / James D Sidaway -- A domestic geography of everyday terror: remembering and forgetting the house I grew up in / Belinda Morrissey -- Moving through memory: notes from a circus lot / Ariel Terranova-Webb -- Making memories our own (Way): non-state remembrances of the Second World War in Perak, Malaysia / Hamzah Muzaini -- Lobotomizing logics: A critique of memory sports and the business of mapping the mind / Gareth Hoskins -- Memoir: On Terra Firma. Surfaces and slopes: remembering the world-under-foot / Hayden Lorimer


Cultural geography -- Congresses Human geography -- Congresses Collective memory -- Philosophy -- Congresses

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