New journal article publication: “Towards a participatory memory: multi-platform storytelling in historical television documentary”

ccon20_v029_i03_coverI’m happy to share news of my recent article publication “Towards a participatory memory: multi-platform storytelling in historical television documentary” in the peer-reviewed journal Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, as part of a special issue that resulted from the international conference on ‘New Media, Memories and Histories’ at Nanyang Technological University’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information in 2012. The special issue discusses “the role of the New Media in shaping memoryscapes from the private to the public in specific case studies across several countries including Australia and Malaysia, the UK, Holland, Hong Kong and Singapore [and] [t]he topics in these papers span from studying new technical applications and semiotics to new politics of repression and trauma on both national and transnational contexts”, as described by editors Kai Khiun Liew, Natalie Pang & Brenda Chan (2015). You can find the full issue here!

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