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This is the authors' accepted manuscript of an article that has been published in its final definitive form by Sage Publications Ltd., 2018.
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This essay pursues the study of early modern memory across a chronologically, conceptually and thematically broad canvas in order to address key questions about the historicity of memory and the methodologies of memory studies. First, what is the value for our understanding of early modern memory practices of transporting the methodologies of contemporary memory studies backwards, using them to study the memorial culture of a time before living memory? Second, what happens to the cross-disciplinary project of memory studies when it is taken to a distant period, one that had its own highly self-conscious and much debated cultures of remembering? Drawing on evidence and debates from a range of disciplinary locations, but primarily focusing on literary and historical studies, the essay interrogates crucial differences and commonalities between memory studies and early modern studies.
Author(s): Chedgzoy K, Graham E, Hodgkin K, Wray R
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Memory Studies
Print publication date: 01/01/2018
Online publication date: 23/01/2018
Acceptance date: 05/12/2016
Date deposited: 11/06/2018
ISSN (print): 1750-6980
ISSN (electronic): 1750-6999
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd.
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