Mythosaktualisierungen

Media and Cultural Memory / Medien und kulturelle Erinnerung

Book 4
Walter de Gruyter
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This interdisciplinary series addresses the relation between media and cultural memory. Its publications study how media construct, store, and disseminate memory. The series' focus is on different media and technologies, such as text and image, the cinema and the new digital media, on transmediality, intermediality, and remediation, as well as on the social (and increasingly transnational and transcultural) contexts of mediated memory. The aim of the series is to provide a vibrant international platform for research and scholarly exchange in the field of media and memory studies. Manuscripts submitted to the series are peer reviewed by expert referees.

The editors, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) and Ansgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), are working with an international editorial board of renowned scholars:

  • Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz),
  • Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam),
  • Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna),
  • Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee),
  • Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg),
  • Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow),
  • Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University),
  • Alison Landsberg (George Mason University),
  • Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen),
  • Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia),
  • Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia),
  • Ann Rigney (Utrecht University),
  • Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois),
  • Werner Sollors (Harvard University),
  • Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen),
  • Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)
  • To learn more about the series, also visit us at the MSA conference in Madrid, June 25 – 28, 2019.

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    About the author

    Dietmar Rieger,Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen; Stephanie Wodianka, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen.

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    Walter de Gruyter
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    Mar 12, 2012
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    286
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    9783110921892
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    German
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    Literary Criticism / General
    Literary Criticism / Semiotics & Theory
    Psychology / Cognitive Psychology & Cognition
    Social Science / Anthropology / Cultural & Social
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    This interdisciplinary series addresses the relation between media and cultural memory. Its publications study how media construct, store, and disseminate memory. The series' focus is on different media and technologies, such as text and image, the cinema and the new digital media, on transmediality, intermediality, and remediation, as well as on the social (and increasingly transnational and transcultural) contexts of mediated memory. The aim of the series is to provide a vibrant international platform for research and scholarly exchange in the field of media and memory studies. Manuscripts submitted to the series are peer reviewed by expert referees.

    The editors, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) and Ansgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), are working with an international editorial board of renowned scholars:

    Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz), Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam), Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna), Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg), Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow), Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University), Alison Landsberg (George Mason University), Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen), Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia), Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia), Ann Rigney (Utrecht University), Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois), Werner Sollors (Harvard University), Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen), Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)

    To learn more about the series, also visit us at the MSA conference in Madrid, June 25 – 28, 2019.

    This interdisciplinary series addresses the relation between media and cultural memory. Its publications study how media construct, store, and disseminate memory. The series' focus is on different media and technologies, such as text and image, the cinema and the new digital media, on transmediality, intermediality, and remediation, as well as on the social (and increasingly transnational and transcultural) contexts of mediated memory. The aim of the series is to provide a vibrant international platform for research and scholarly exchange in the field of media and memory studies. Manuscripts submitted to the series are peer reviewed by expert referees.

    The editors, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) andAnsgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), are working with an international editorial board of renowned scholars:

    Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz), Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam), Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna), Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg), Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow), Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University), Alison Landsberg (George Mason University), Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen), Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia), Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia), Ann Rigney (Utrecht University), Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois), Werner Sollors (Harvard University), Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen), Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)
    This interdisciplinary series addresses the relation between media and cultural memory. Its publications study how media construct, store, and disseminate memory. The series' focus is on different media and technologies, such as text and image, the cinema and the new digital media, on transmediality, intermediality, and remediation, as well as on the social (and increasingly transnational and transcultural) contexts of mediated memory. The aim of the series is to provide a vibrant international platform for research and scholarly exchange in the field of media and memory studies. Manuscripts submitted to the series are peer reviewed by expert referees.

    The editors, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) and Ansgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), are working with an international editorial board of renowned scholars:

    Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz), Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam), Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna), Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg), Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow), Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University), Alison Landsberg (George Mason University), Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen), Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia), Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia), Ann Rigney (Utrecht University), Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois), Werner Sollors (Harvard University), Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen), Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)

    To learn more about the series, also visit us at the MSA conference in Madrid, June 25 – 28, 2019.

    Im Kontext der kulturwissenschaftlichen Gedächtnisforschung widmet sich diese interdisziplinär ausgerichtete Reihe dem Verhältnis von Medien und kultureller Erinnerung. Die hier vorgestellten Studien behandeln die ganze Bandbreite der durch Medien konstruierten, tradierten und verbreiteten Erinnerung. Schrift und Bild, das Kino und die ‘neuen’ digitalen Medien, Intermedialität, Transmedialität und Remediation sowie die sozialen, zunehmend transnationalen und transkulturellen, Kontexte der mediatisierten Erinnerung gehören zu den Forschungsinteressen der Reihe. Ziel ist es, eine internationale Plattform für die interdisziplinäre Medien- und Gedächtnisforschung zu schaffen. Eingereichte Manuskripte werden im peer review Verfahren durch externe Experten begutachtet.

    Den Herausgebern, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) und Ansgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen) ist ein internationaler Beirat aus renommierten Wissenschaftlern assoziiert:

    Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz) Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam) Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna) Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg) Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow) Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University) Alison Landsberg (George Mason University) Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen) Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia) Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia) Ann Rigney (Utrecht University) Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois) Werner Sollors (Harvard University) Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen) Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)

    Wenn Sie mehr über die Reihe erfahren möchten, besuchen Sie uns auch auf der MSA Konferenz in Madrid, 25. – 28. Juni 2019.

    Im Kontext der kulturwissenschaftlichen Gedächtnisforschung widmet sich diese interdisziplinär ausgerichtete Reihe dem Verhältnis von Medien und kultureller Erinnerung. Die hier vorgestellten Studien behandeln die ganze Bandbreite der durch Medien konstruierten, tradierten und verbreiteten Erinnerung. Schrift und Bild, das Kino und die ‘neuen’ digitalen Medien, Intermedialität, Transmedialität und Remediation sowie die sozialen, zunehmend transnationalen und transkulturellen, Kontexte der mediatisierten Erinnerung gehören zu denForschungsinteressen der Reihe. Ziel ist es, eine internationale Plattform für die interdisziplinäre Medien- und Gedächtnisforschung zu schaffen. Eingereichte Manuskripte werden im peer review Verfahren durch externe Experten begutachtet.

    Den Herausgebern, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) und Ansgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen) ist ein internationaler Beirat aus renommierten Wissenschaftlern assoziiert:

    Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz) Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam) Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna) Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg) Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow) Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University) Alison Landsberg (George Mason University) Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen) Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia) Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia) Ann Rigney (Utrecht University) Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois) Werner Sollors (Harvard University) Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen) Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)

    This interdisciplinary series addresses the relation between media and cultural memory. Its publications study how media construct, store, and disseminate memory. The series' focus is on different media and technologies, such as text and image, the cinema and the new digital media, on transmediality, intermediality, and remediation, as well as on the social (and increasingly transnational and transcultural) contexts of mediated memory. The aim of the series is to provide a vibrant international platform for research and scholarly exchange in the field of media and memory studies. Manuscripts submitted to the series are peer reviewed by expert referees.

    The editors, Astrid Erll (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) and Ansgar Nünning (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen), are working with an international editorial board of renowned scholars:

    Aleida Assmann (Universität Konstanz), Mieke Bal (University of Amsterdam), Vita Fortunati (University of Bologna), Richard Grusin (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Udo Hebel (Universität Regensburg), Andrew Hoskins (University of Glasgow), Wulf Kansteiner (Binghamton University), Alison Landsberg (George Mason University), Claus Leggewie (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen), Jeffrey Olick (University of Virginia), Susannah Radstone (University of South Australia), Ann Rigney (Utrecht University), Michael Rothberg (University of Illinois), Werner Sollors (Harvard University), Frederic Tygstrup (University of Copenhagen), Harald Welzer (Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen)

    To learn more about the series, also visit us at the MSA conference in Madrid, June 25 – 28, 2019.

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