This ground-breaking series examines the dynamics of heritage and memory from transnational, interdisciplinary and integrated approaches. Monographs or edited volumes critically interrogate the politics of heritage and dynamics of memory, as well as the theoretical implications of landscapes and mass violence, nationalism and ethnicity, heritage preservation and conservation, archaeology and (dark) tourism, diaspora and postcolonial memory, the power of aesthetics and the art of absence and forgetting, mourning and performative re-enactments in the present.
- Patrizia Violi, University of Bologna, Italy
- Britt Baillie, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
- Michael Rothberg, University of Illinois, USA
- Marianne Hirsch, Columbia University, USA
- Frank van Vree, University of Amsterdam