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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of UNESCO

Volume 62, Numbers 203-204, 1 March 2011

Abstracts
pp. 1-5(5)

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Introduction: social memory and hypermodernity
pp. 7-18(12)
Authors: Brian, Éric; Jaisson, Marie; Mukherjee, S. Romi

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Memories without a place
pp. 19-31(13)
Author: Martínez Gutiérrez, Emilio

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Memories of the
pp. 33-43(11)
Author: Jedlowski, Paolo

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Heritage and memory: the example of an
pp. 45-56(12)
Author: Baussant, Michèle

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Social memory in the age of knowledge
pp. 57-66(10)
Author: Küchler, Susanne

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Blockbusting history:
pp. 67-77(11)
Author: Moller, Sabine

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Collective memory and the production of the new
pp. 79-87(9)
Author: Péquignot, Bruno

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The limits of memory
pp. 89-102(14)
Authors: Nienass, Benjamin; Poole, Ross

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How mathematicians remember
pp. 103-120(18)
Author: Ehrhardt, Caroline

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The Righteous among the
pp. 135-146(12)
Author: Gensburger, Sarah

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Memory of places and places of memory: for a
pp. 147-159(13)
Author: Truc, Gérôme

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Social memory of a World Heritage site: the Alhambra of Granada
pp. 179-197(19)
Author: González Alcantud, José Antonio

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Selected bibliography of Memory Studies
pp. 199-204(6)
Authors: Brian, Eric; Jaisson, Marie

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The solidarity economy: an alternative development strategy?
pp. 205-215(11)
Authors: Dacheux, Eric; Goujon, Daniel

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Past issues
pp. 247-249(3)

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