Remembering Activism: The Cultural Memory of Protest in Europe

Publications

  • Vlessing, Clara. “Review of Women in Revolt! Art and Activism in the UK 1970–1990.” Museums & Social Issues, no. 1, vol. 3. Available here.
  • Salerno, Daniele and Ann Rigney, editors. Archiving Activism in the Digital Age. Institute of Network Cultures, 2024. Available open access here.
  • Rigney, Ann and Thomas Smits. “Introduction.” The Visual Memory of Protest. Amsterdam University Press, pp. 9-31. EAN: 9789463723275. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas and Ruben Ros. “Space and Place in Online Visual Memory: The Tank Man in Hong Kong, 2013–2020.” The Visual Memory of Protest, edited by Ann Rigney and Thomas Smits, Amsterdam University Press, 2023, pp. 201–225. EAN: 9789463723275. Available open access here.
  • Erbil, Duygu. “Deniz Gezmiş takes to the Streets: From Photograph to Silhouette.” The Visual Memory of Protest, edited by Ann Rigney and Thomas Smits, Amsterdam University Press, 2023, pp. 75-94. Available open access here.
  • Salvanou, Emilia. “Μια ατελείωτη ομιλία της 25ης Μαρτίου. Πώς γιόρταζαν οι Λαμπράκηδες την εθνική επέτειο” [An unfinished speech for March 25: How did the Lambrakis Youth celebrate the national anniversary?].” Εθνικές επέτειοι. Μορφές διαχείρισης της μνήμης και της ιστορίας [National anniversaries. Forms of negotiating memory and history], edited by H. Athanassiades and P. Voglis, Alexandreia, 2023, pp. 95-112 (in Greek). Available open access here.
  • Salvanou, Emilia. “Ζ: Memory Politics in Youth Activism in the Greek 1960s.” Journal of Modern Greek Studies, vol. 41, no. 2, 2023, pp. 189-212. Available open access here.
  • Vlessing, Clara. “Reparative Remembrance: Feminist Mobilizations of Louise Michel, Emma Goldman, and Sylvia Pankhurst.” Histoire Sociale/Social History Special Issue: “Sites of Feminist Memory: Remembering Women’s Suffrage in Europe, the United States, and Australasia”, vol. 56, no. 116, 2023, pp. 417-438. Available open access here.
  • Rigney, Ann and Thomas Smits, editors. The Visual Memory of Protest. Amsterdam University Press, 2023.ISBN 9789048555475. Available open access here. Watch the recording of the online book launch here.
  • Rigney, Ann. “Decommissioning Monuments, Mobilizing Materialities.” The Routledge Handbook of Memory Activism, edited by Yifat Gutman and Jenny Wüstenberg, Routledge, 2023, pp. 21-27. ISBN 9780367650391. Available open access here.

  • Salerno, Daniele and Marit van de Warenburg. “‘Bella ciao’: A Portable Monument for Transnational Activism.” International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 16, no. 2, 2023, pp. 164-181. Available open access here.
  • Salvanou, Emilia. “Transnational memory in 1960s protest movements: The case of Greece”. Historein, vol 20, no. 2, 2023. Available open access here.
  • Rigney, Ann. “Toxic Monuments and Mnemonic Regime Change.” Studies on National Movements (SNM), vol. 9, no. 1, 2022, pp. 7-41. Availabe open access here.
  • Rigney, Ann. “Firebrand Folklore: Musical Memory and the Making of Transnational Networks.” Networks, Narratives and Nations: Transcultural Approaches to Cultural Nationalism in Modern Europe and Beyond, edited by M. Brolsma et al., Amsterdam University Press, 2022, pp. 75-83. Available open access here.
  • Salvanou, Emilia. “Memory and Protest in the West German Peace Movement of 1960s”, Open Journal of Political Science, vol 12, no. 3, 2022. Available open access here.
  • Erbil, Duygu. “The Making of a Young Martyr: Discursive Legacies of the Turkish “Youth Myth” in the Afterlife of Deniz Gezmiş.” Youth and Memory in Europe: Defining the Past, Shaping the Future, edited by F. Krawatzek and N. Friess, De Gruyter, 2022, pp. 113-126. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas and Melvin Wevers. “The Agency of Computer Vision Models as Optical Instruments.” Visual Communication, vol. 21, no. 2, 2021, pp. 329–349. DOI: 10.1177/1470357221992097. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas. “A network of photographs: The visual public memory of the Dutch Provo movement, 1967–2016.” Memory Studies, vol. 15, no. 1, 2021, pp. 184–203. DOI: 10.1177/17506980211037282. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas and Ruben Ros. “Does transnational contention lead to transnational memory? The online visual memory of the February 2003 anti-Iraq War protests.” Social Movement Studies, vol. 22, no. 1, 2021, pp. 23-45. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas and Ruben Ros. “Dataset belonging to the article ‘Does transnational contention lead to transnational memory? The online visual memory of the February 2003 anti-Iraq War protests’.” Zenodo, 2021. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas and Ruben Ros. “Distant reading 940,000 online circulations of 26 iconic photographs.” New Media & Society, 2021. DOI: 10.1177/14614448211049459. Available open access here.
  • Smits, Thomas and Ruben Ros. “Dataset and trained models belonging to the article ‘Distant reading patterns of iconicity in 940.000 online circulations of 26 iconic photographs’.” Zenodo, 2020. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4244001. Available open access here.
  • Rigney, Ann. “Afterword: The Multiple Entanglements of Memory and Activism.” Remembering Social Movements: Activism and Memory, edited by S. Berger, S. Scalmer, and C. Wicke, Routledge, 2021, pp. 299-304. ISBN 9780367541552. Available open access here.
  • Van den Elzen, Sophie and  Berteke Waaldijk. “History as Strategy: Imagining Universal Feminism in the Women’s Movement.” Remembering Social Movements: Activism and Memory, edited by Stefan Berger, Sean Scalmer and Christian Wicke, Routledge, 2021. Available here.
  • Vlessing, Clara. “Campaigns to Remember: Writing in the Afterlives of Sylvia Pankhurst.” Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies, vol. 17, no. 2, 2021. Available open access here.
  • Rigney, Ann. “Mediations of Outrage: How the Killing of Demonstrators is Remembered.” Social Research, vol. 87, no. 3 (Fall), 2020, pp. 707-733.. Available open access here.