"This short book makes a persuasive case for television as the vehicle for the complexity of cultural memory and convincingly demonstrates the rich 'inheritability' of Potter's magnificent work." - Timothy Corrigan, University of Pennsylvania, USA
About the Author
Joanne Garde-Hansen is Associate Professor of Culture, Media and Communication at the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies, University of Warwick, UK. She has published Save As...Digital Memories (with Hoskins and Reading, 2009), Media and Memory (2011), Geography and Memory (with Jones, 2012) and Emotion Online (with Gorton, 2013). She is involved in media and memory projects in the UK and more recently in Brazil. Hannah Grist is currently completing her PhD at the University of Gloucestershire, UK. Her interdisciplinary research across media studies, heritage, archival studies and memory studies explores media as cultural heritage. Her empirical research has been examining how Dennis Potter's legacy is managed in the heritage environment through the return of the archive.