Experience, post–memory, and intentionality
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In the following paper we propose a Semiotic approximation to the concept of postmemory formulated by Hirsch (1997), for which we suggest to examine it amidst other concepts which contribute to outlining its structure. In this sense, postmemory is approached from Semiotic concepts of memory, of experience and of intentionality. Later, the concepts of altered bodies and altered worlds are introduced, contributing to show some processes of incarnation in postmemory. The theoretic discussion is exemplified with two audiovisual texts; La teta asustada (2009), from Claudia Llosa, and the Spanish series Pulsaciones (2016).
How to citeFinol, J. E. (2019). Experience, post–memory, and intentionality. Lexia, (29-30), 57-75.
PublisherUniversita di Torino
Area / Line of researchComunicación y cultura / Lenguajes y discursos
Category / SubcategoryComunicación / Semiótica y discurso
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