Mediatizing memory: History, affect and identity in Who Do You Think You Are?

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Anne-Marie Kramer, “Mediatizing memory: History, affect and identity in Who Do You Think You Are?,” Portail documentaire EnJeu[x], consulté le 19 août 2019, https://collections.enfance-jeunesse.fr/items/show/1486.

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Statut du documentPublic
TitreMediatizing memory: History, affect and identity in Who Do You Think You Are?
CréateurAnne-Marie Kramer
Date08/01/2011
Langueen
TypeJournal Article
AuthorAnne-Marie Kramer
Type de contenuJournal Article
DOI10.1177/1367549411404616
ISSN1367-5494, 1460-3551
Abstract NoteAlong with Australia, Canada and the USA, contemporary British society is immersed in a seemingly unprecedented boom in the family heritage industry. Drawing on recent work in memory studies which attends to the relationship between individual and collective historical experiences, this article analyses the celebrity genealogy BBC TV programme Who Do You Think You Are?, as well as viewers’ and critics’ reception of it, to problematize genealogy as a form of mediated or mediatized memory practice which mobilizes traces of the past through the idiom of family. It asks: what is the role of genealogy in facilitating the relationship between identity and memory, both for celebrity participants and viewers? How does television make memories remotely accessible, and how do viewers engage with such modes of accessing the past?
Access Date2015-07-06 14:55:09
Date08/01/2011
Issue4
Journal AbbreviationEuropean Journal of Cultural Studies
Langueen
Library Catalogecs.sagepub.com
Pages428-445
Publication TitleEuropean Journal of Cultural Studies
Short TitleMediatizing memory
TitreMediatizing memory: History, affect and identity in Who Do You Think You Are?
URLhttp://ecs.sagepub.com/content/14/4/428
Volume14
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