Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 The Man Who Mistook Marat for Sade : 'Living' Memory and the Video Archive
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'Digital video archives, which are growing at an exponential rate, will become increasingly important to Theatre History and Performance Studies, and questions of how scholars negotiate the relationships between memory, technology and performance events in theoretical and practical terms will become crucial. Indeed, there is already a considerable body of scholarly material on this topic. This article considers these questions with specific reference to the relationship between video records deposited in digital archives and human memory. First and foremost, this article raises questions about the authority of the archive and the ways in which archival technologies, in the words of Maaike Bleeker, 'transform how we remember, how our and others' memories are entangled in the here-and-now, and, in the end, even how we think and imagine'.' (Publication abstract)

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155-176 The Man Who Mistook Marat for Sade : 'Living' Memory and the Video ArchiveAustLit Australasian Drama Studies