Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 14 (2022), 1

Titel der Ausgabe 
Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 14 (2022), 1
Weiterer Titel 
Places of Progress? Technology Museums as Contested Sites of Memory and Education

New York, U.S. 2022: Berghahn Books
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Peggy Ann Shaffer

Dear Colleague,

The latest issue of Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society has published! This special issue focuses on processes of remembering and representing modern technologies in museum spaces.

Guest Editors: Christian Kehrt and Daniel Brandau

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Places of Progress? Technology Museums, Memory, and Education
Christian Kehrt and Daniel Brandau


Ruin of Empire: The Uganda Railway and Memory Work in Kenya (Open Access)
Norman Aselmeyer

Ambiguous Narratives of World War Technologies in Contemporary Military History Museums (Open Access)
Stephan Jaeger

“We Must All Be Ready for Major Changes”: Visiting Climate for Change at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum
Lise Camilla Ruud and Erik Thorstensen

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum and “The Romance of Technological Progress” (Open Access)
Michael J. Neufeld

Peenemünde Contested: Remembering Second World War Technologies in Rural East Germany from 1984 to 1992
Daniel Brandau

When Fascination Obscures Fate: Narratives of Technology vs. Forced Labor at the Bunker “Valentin”
Marcus Meyer

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