Iconomy and Memory: on remembering as digital, civic and corporate currency in Brazil and the UK in a time of social protest

Institute of Modern Languages Research

Moving Memories: Remembering and Reviving Conflict, Protest and Social Unrest in Connected Times

Joanne Garde-Hansen
(University of Warwick)

Iconomy and Memory:on remembering as digital, civic and corporate currency in Brazil and the UK in a time of social protest

Joanne Garde‐Hansen is Associate Professor of Culture, Media and Communication, Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick, UK. Joanne is the author and co‐editor of a number of books and articles on media, memory and emotion, including Remembering Dennis Potter through Fans, Extras and Archives;
Emotion Online: Theorizing Affect on the Internet; Geography and Memory; Media and Memory; and Save As...Digital Memories. She has been collaborating with the Museu da Pessoa, São Paulo, Brazil, Gilson Schwartz of the University of São Paulo as well as Brazilian and UK ECRs on collective memory in time a social protest.
In the UK, Joanne is working with UK colleagues on an ESRC funded Sustainable Flood Memories project and the NERC funded Drought Narratives project.

Author: 
School of Advanced Study, University of London
Speaker(s): 
Joanne Garde-Hansen (University of Warwick)
Event date: 
Thursday, 27 November 2014 - 12:00am
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