Participatory Memory: Fandom Experiences Across Time and Space

Researching in Memory Spaces

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descriptiondcterms:descriptionConducting research in these spaces requires an understanding of the many cultures, geographies, governments, and content producers involved in these spaces. Here, coauthor Katie Grimes works in the Princess Diana space of memory in Paris.
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