The Prisons Memory Archive: A Case Study in Filmed Memory of Conflict: Review
Congratulations to Jolene Mairs Dyer, Conor McCafferty, and Cahal McLaughlin, whose book has been reviewed by The Law Society Gazette.
The following is an excerpt, but for the full review, please follow this link.
"This is an interesting account of a project to record history that is real and relevant now. It is somewhat academic and the participants’ reflections on the past are the most interesting. People change their views and move on. Preserving personal accounts is important and this is principally about people, not politics."
The book is available to order here: The Prisons Memory Archive: A Case Study in Filmed Memory of Conflict.
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