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Film, History and Memory

  • Jennie M. Carlsten
  • Fearghal McGarry

About this book


Using an interdisciplinary approach, Film, History and Memory broadens the focus from 'history', the study of past events, to 'memory', the processes – individual, generational, collective or state-driven – by which meanings are attached to the past.


film history memory historiography historical representation commemoration affect spectatorship discourse historiophoty cinema individual

Editors and affiliations

  • Jennie M. Carlsten
    • 1
  • Fearghal McGarry
    • 2
  1. 1.School of Media, Film and JournalismUniversity of UlsterUK
  2. 2.Queen’s University BelfastUK

About the editors

Axel Bangert, NYU Berlin, Germany Natalia Sanjuán Bornay, Flinders University, Australia Mercedes Camino, Lancaster University, UK Jennie M. Carlsten, University of Ulster, UK Paul Cooke, University of Leeds, UK Gianluca Fantoni, Nottingham Trent University, UK Liz Greene, Dublin City University, Ireland Andrew Hennlich, Michigan University, USA Nike Jung, University of Warwick, UK Fearghal McGarry, Queen's University, Belfast, UK Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, University of Warwick, UK Robert A. Rosenstone, California Institute of Technology, USA Rob Stone, University of Birmingham, UK James Ward, University of Ulster, UK

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