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Tag Archives: social memory
The future is shaped by how we think the past occurred and worked. Andreas Huyssen, in his book Present Pasts: Urban Palimpsests and the Politics of Memory, introduces his book by writing: “Historical memory today is not what it used … Continue reading →
UPDATE: Here is a link to a video to Prof. Castilla’s talk (via @sthlmresilience) 03:34 a.m. February 27th 2010. Suddenly, a devastating earthquake and a series of tsunamis hits the central–south coast of Chile. An earthquake so powerful (8.8 on … Continue reading →
The deadly Australian bushfires appear to have been so deadly because they were unusual. The fires caught people before they new it was coming, and unlike many fires they were too strong to fight. What made these fires unusual? At … Continue reading →