Tag Archives: collective memory

On SAGE Insight: Negative spaces: Terrorist attempts to erase cultural history and the critical media coverage

From Media, War & Conflict Marking Banned Books Week 2018 This study explores the long-term impact of a deliberate destruction of a cultural ground to understand how these historic sites will come to be perceived after they are gone. In … Continue reading

Posted in Communication & Media, Politics, SAGE Insight | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

A divergent collective memory could help explain why the political crisis lasted so long in Belgium

From Memory Studies This paper offers findings from research that give insights into the political crisis in Belgium. Researchers from various Belgian and American universities conducted a study and provided reflections on the crisis, which has now been resolved, nearly … Continue reading

Posted in Psychology, SAGE Insight | Tagged , , | Comments Off on A divergent collective memory could help explain why the political crisis lasted so long in Belgium