Memory and Migration

Julia Creet

Reminiscence performs an integral half in how people and societies assemble their id. Whereas reminiscence is normally thought-about within the context of a secure, unchanging surroundings, this assortment of essays explores the results of immigration, compelled expulsion, exile, banishment, and battle on particular person and collective reminiscence. The methods through which reminiscence impacts cultural illustration and historic understanding throughout generations is examined via case research and theoretical approaches that underscore its mutability.

Reminiscence and Migration is a really interdisciplinary guide that includes the work of main students from a wide range of fields across the globe. The essays are collaborative, efficiently responding to the central theme and increasing upon the findings of particular person authors. A groundbreaking contribution to an rising discipline of research, Reminiscence and Migration gives worthwhile perception into the connections between reminiscence, place, and displacement.

Julia Creet is an affiliate professor within the Division of English at York College.

Andreas Kitzmann is an affiliate professor within the Division of Humanities at York College.