Reading List


Assmann, J. (2006). Religion and cultural memory: Ten studies (R. Livingstone, Trans.). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Brockmeier, J. (2002). Remembering and Forgetting: Narrative as cultural memory. Culture & Psychology, 8,15-43.


Brockmeier, J. (2010). After the Archive: Remapping Memory. Culture & Psychology, 16, 5-35.


Bar-Tal, D.(2000). Shared beliefs in a society: social psychological analysis. London: Sage.


Connerton, P. (2009). How modernity forgets. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Connerton, P. (2010). Seven types of forgetting. Memory Studies, 1, 59-71.

Echabe, A. E. & Castro, J. L.G. (1998). Social memory: macropsychological aspects. In U. Flick, (Ed.), The psychology of the social (pp. 91-106). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fentress, J & Wickham, C. (1992). Social memory. Oxford: Blackwell.

Halilovich, H. (2011). Beyond the sadness: Memories and homecomings among survivors of 'ethnic cleansing' in a Bosnian village. Memory Studies, 4, 42-52.

Halbwachs, M. (1980). On collective memory. (L. A. Coser, Trans.). Chicago: Chicago University Press. Original work published 1950.

Hirst, W. & Manier, D. (2008). Towards a psychology of collective memory. Memory, 3, 183-200.

Hodgkin, K & Radstone, S. (Eds.), (2003). Contested pasts: The politics of memory. London: Routledge.

László, J. (2003). History, identity and narratives. In J. László & W. Wagner (Eds.), Theories and controversies in societal  psychology (pp. 180-192). Budapest: New Mandate.

Lipstadt, D. (1994). Denying the Holocaust: The growing assault on truth and memory. London: Penguin.

Liu, J. H. & Hilton, D. J. (2005). How the past weights on the present: Social representations of history and their role in identity politics. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 537-556.

Middleton, D & Brown, S.D. (2005). The social psychology of experience: Studies in remembering and forgetting. London:Sage.

Middleton, D. & Edwards, D. (Eds.), (1990). Collective remembering. London: Sage.

Misztal, B. (2003). Theories of social remembering. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Moscovici, S & Duveen, G. (Eds.), (2000). Social representations: Explorations in social psychology.London: Polity.

Pennebaker, J. W., Paez, D. & Rime, B. (Eds.), (1997). Collective memory of political events:  Social psychological perspectives. Mahwah, NJ: LEA.

Reese, E. & Fivush, R. (2008). The development of collective remembering. Memory, 3, 201-212.

Schiff, B., Noy, C. & Cohler, B.J. (2001). Collected stories in the life narratives of Holocaust survivors. Narrative Enquiry 11, 159-194.

Weissmark, M. S. (2004). Justice matters: Legacies of the Holocaust and World War II. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Welzer, H. (2005). Grandpa wasn’t a Nazi: The Holocaust in German family remembrance. International Perspectives (B. Cooper, Trans.), 54. New York: American Jewish Committee.

Welzer, H. (2010). Renarrations: How pasts change in conversational remembering. Memory Studies 3, 5-17.

Wertsch, J.V. (2002). Voices of collective remembering. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wertsch, J.V. & Roediger, H.L. (2008). Collective memory: Conceptual foundations and theoretical approaches. Memory, 3, 318-326.

Wilmer, F. (2002). The social construction of man, the State and war. New York: Routledge.

Zelizer, B. (2008). Why memory’s work on journalism does not reflect journalism’s work on memory. Memory Studies, 1, 79-87.

Zerubavel, E. (2003). Time maps: Collective memory and the social shape of the past. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.