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Detroit , 7— Wiemer : 9— Assmann paires off political with cultural memory, see Van Dijk : , n. See also Fentress and Wickham Back to Search Go to Page. Go Pages Front matter unlocked item Series Preface. Silent Voices? Forgetting to Remember in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. Back matter Select Bibliography.
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Accessed September 22, Email x Cultural Memory and Identity in Ancient Societies As an introduction to a volume on cultural memory in antiquity it is instructive to consider a more recent historical event. Share x. Buy This Book. Chapter DOI Memory Dynamics. High and Low Culture. Bibliography and Further Reading. Now available to an English-speaking audience, this book presents a groundbreaking theoretical analysis of memory, identity, and culture.
Cultural Memory and Identity in Ancient Societies
It investigates how cultures remember, arguing that human memory exists and is communicated in two ways, namely inter-human interaction and in external systems of notation, such as writing, which can span generations. Assmann defines two theoretical concepts of cultural memory, differentiating between the long-term memory of societies, which can span up to 3, years, and communicative memory, which is typically restricted to years.
He applies this theoretical framework to case studies of four specific cultures, illustrating the function contexts and specific achievements, including the state, international law, religion, and science. Exploring the balance between memory as survival and memory as reconstruction, and between memory and historically recorded fact, this volume unearths the way ancient societies formed their cultural identity. Introduction - Bommas 1. Silent Voices? Becoming Roman in Varro's de lingua Latina - Spencer 4. Pausanias' Egypt - Bommas 6. You can unsubscribe from newsletters at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in any newsletter.
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