Bringing together a truly global range of scholars, this volume explores heritage, memory, and identity through a diverse set of subjects, including heritage sites, practices of memorialization, museums, sites of contestation, and human rights.
1 Wikipedia: Top 10 Multilingual Ranking (OCTOBER 2008)
2 Top Rated History Movies of All Time Worldwide (1961–2004)
3 Stock Size of the Top 10 Largest Libraries of the World IN MLN OBJECTS
4 Evolution of Information/Media Storage Timeline: Prehistory to Present LIFE EXPECTANCY IN YEARS
5 Europeana Collection by Type and Language (2009)
6 UNESCO Memory of the World Program
The notion of media is understood in many different ways; for our purposes we may understand media to be any means of communication that influences formations of heritage, identity, and memory (see chapters by Volcic and Moore in this volume). Newspapers, radio, and television and other traditional forms of media are often referred to today as old media. The term new media has been used since the ...