Maandelijks archief: juni 2013

My week, and an ode to social media

Unlike FDR, I’m not quick to pick up on media trends. I’m neither good at passively inferring things from the media (can’t concentrate very well on tv programs, even when genuinely interested), nor at actively using them (leaving a short-and-to-the-point … Lees verder

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Memory Studies, continued

This illustration is a bit of a sham. It has nothing to do with memory studies, except that it is the memory game that my nearly-two-year-old currently loves (obviously without being able to play according to the proper rules, but … Lees verder

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Almost Memory Day…

Yesterday and today I attended a conference Memory with(out) Borders organized among others by Ann Rigney (Utrecht University) in the context of the new international initiative NITMES (Network in Transnational Memory Studies). The point of the network, if I understand … Lees verder

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Autofabrication Through Philately

First of all: sorry about the long absence! I was not even busy with work, but on holiday high up in the Alps, where there are very few wireless internet waves in the air (nor quite enough oxygen). It won’t … Lees verder

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