Giulia Maria Paoletti                                                            University of Oxford

 

Volume 3, October 2022   

 

Abstract
This third issue of the Edgar Wind Journal takes as a departing point that cultural memory is
a result of ‘socialization and customs’ rather than a biological phenomenon and is
characterized by ‘its distance from the everyday’. Memory studies is an emerging yet
prolific scholarly field. As a ‘transdisciplinary phenomenon’, cultural memory may assume
different meanings. How does historical material survive through time? What do we mean
when we speak of the ‘survival of the classics’? Studying the reception of ancient, medieval
and Renaissance material is as important as studying the sources themselves.

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The Edgar Wind Journal 3: 1-3, 2022
DOI: 10.53245/EWJ-000012
Copyright: © 2022 G. M. Paoletti. This is an open access, peer-reviewed article published by Bernardino Branca