Vol 4 No 2 (2022): Galactica Memory
Galactica Memory

Memory is often presented as taking us deep into time and mediating between the present and the past, but is it really retrospective? Authors of the issue answer this question. They notice various aspects of cultural and individual memory which betray its constant presence here and now, its participation in contemporary processes, current events, its immersion in the present. The title of the issue deliberately paraphrases the name of the journal, not only referring to MacLuhan's book and media studies but also suggesting a look at memory as an alternative “Galactica”.

Guest Editor: Sergey A. Troitskiy, Estonian Literary Museum. Tartu, Estonia.

Full Issue
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Media (&) Memory

Denis S. Artamonov
65-83
Media Memory: Theoretical Aspect
Abstract views: 120 | PDF Downloads: 69
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Sophia V. Tikhonova
84-101
Maurizio Ferraris' Theory of Documentality and Social Media: Media Hacking as Hacking of Cultural Memory
Abstract views: 84 | PDF Downloads: 40
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Humour in Dealing with Traumatic Experiences

Liat Steir-Livny; Maria V. Semykolennykh
102-120
Holocaust Parody in Israeli Popular Culture
Abstract views: 91 | PDF Downloads: 35
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Liisi Laineste; Maria V. Semykolennykh
121-142
The Reflection of Traumatic Memories in Estonian Autobiographical Comics
Abstract views: 115 | PDF Downloads: 45
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Miscellaneous

Alina R. Latypova, Alexander S. Lenkevich, Daria A. Kolesnikova, Konstantin A. Ocheretyany
153-172
Study of Visual Garbage as Visual Ecology Perspective
Abstract views: 77 | PDF Downloads: 46
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Critics & Reviews

Regina V. Penner
173-182
Review of the Book by Rosi Braidotti “Posthuman”
Abstract views: 88 | PDF Downloads: 44
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Nikolai B. Afanasov
183-194
Love. Emotional Capitalism – Craft Economy?
Abstract views: 127 | PDF Downloads: 46
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