Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Memory" by Kourken Michaelian and John Sutton

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Further reading in philosophy: Bernecker & Michaelian (2017) is the most comprehensive, up-to-date survey of the philosophy of memory available, covering all major contemporary issues in the area, as well as the history of philosophy of memory and memory in nonwestern philosophical traditions. Nikulin (2015) provides advanced surveys of the historical background, and see Herrmann & Chaffin (1988) for key historical texts. Grau (2009) and Kania (2009) introduce issues in the philosophy of memory through discussion of popular films.

Further reading in other disciplines: In psychology, Draaisma (2000) and Danziger (2008) provide broad historical overviews of our thinking about memory; they are complemented by Winter (2012), which focuses on more recent history. Roediger, Dudai, & Fitzpatrick (2007) is a comprehensive but accessible guide to issues in the contemporary psychology of memory; Tulving & Craik (2000) and Dudai (2002) are older but still useful guides. For popular introductions to the psychology of memory, see Schacter (1996), Schacter (2001), and Seamon (2015). In the broader field of memory studies, Tota & Hagen (2016) and Kattago (2015) provide comprehensive introductions, and Rossington & Whitehead (2007) and Olick, Vinitzky-Seroussi, & Levy (2011) collect key texts on collective memory. See also Radstone & Schwarz (2010), Boyer & Wertsch (2009), Nalbantian, Matthews, & McClelland (2011), and Groes (2016) for wide-ranging interdisciplinary discussions.

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