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Publications for Emily Keightley

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Journal Articles

Clini, C, Hornabrook, J, Keightley, E (2021) Migration, arts and the negotiation of belonging: an analysis of creative practices within British Asian communities in London and Loughborough, AmeriQuests, 16(1), ISSN: 1553-4316.

Niemeyer, K and Keightley, E (2020) The commodification of time and memory: Online communities and the dynamics of commercially produced nostalgia, New Media and Society, 22(9), pp.1639-1662, ISSN: 1461-4448. DOI: 10.1177/1461444820914869.

Treré, E, Natale, S, Keightley, E, Punathambekar, A (2020) The limits and boundaries of digital disconnection [Editorial], Media, Culture and Society, 42(4), pp.605-609, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443720922054.

Pfoser, A and Keightley, E (2019) Tourism and the dynamics of transnational mnemonic encounters, Memory Studies, 14(2), pp.125-139, ISSN: 1750-6980. DOI: 10.1177/1750698019856059.

Keightley, E and Downey, J (2017) The intermediate time of news consumption, Journalism, 19(1), pp.93-110, ISSN: 1464-8849. DOI: 10.1177/1464884916689155.

Keightley, E (2014) Special Section Editorial: Digital Media - Social Memory (vol 36, pg 745, 2014), MEDIA CULTURE & SOCIETY, 36(8), pp.1227-1227, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443714556211.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2014) Technologies of memory: practices of remembering in analogue and digital photography, NEW MEDIA & SOCIETY, 16(4), pp.576-593, ISSN: 1461-4448. DOI: 10.1177/1461444814532062.

Keightley, E and Reading, A (2014) Mediated mobilities, Media, Culture and Society, 36(3), pp.285-301, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443713517731.

Keightley, E and Schlesinger, P (2014) Digital media – social memory: remembering in digitally networked times, Media, Culture and Society, 36(6), pp.745-747, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443714532985.

Keightley, E and Punathambekar, A (2013) Crosscurrents, Media, Culture and Society, 35(8), p.925, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443713508701.

Pickering, M and Keightley, E (2013) Communities of memory and the problem of transmission, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16(1), pp.115-131, ISSN: 1367-5494. DOI: 10.1177/1367549412457481.

Keightley, E (2013) From immediacy to intermediacy: The mediation of lived time, Time & Society, 22(1), pp.55-75, ISSN: 0961-463X. DOI: 10.1177/0961463X11402045.

Keightley, E, Pickering, M, Allett, N (2012) The self-interview: a new method in social science research, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15(6), pp.507-521, ISSN: 1364-5579. DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2011.632155.

Keightley, E and Punathambekar, A (2012) Tabloid journalism: The News of the World scandal and beyond, Media, Culture and Society, 34(5), pp.623-624, ISSN: 0163-4437. DOI: 10.1177/0163443712442705.

Keightley, E (2011) From Dynasty to Songs of Praise: Television as Cultural Resource for Gendered Remembering, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14(4), pp.395-410.

Keightley, E (2010) Remembering Research: Memory and Methodology in the Social Sciences, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 13(1), pp.55-70.

Pickering, MJ and Keightley, E (2009) Trauma, Discourse and Communicative Limits, Critical Discourse Studies, 6(4), pp.237-49, DOI: 10.1080/17405900903180970.

Keightley, E (2009) James Lull, Culture-on-Demand: Communication in a Crisis World, European Journal of Communication, 24(1), pp.103-107, ISSN: 0267-3231. DOI: 10.1177/0267323108098949.

Keightley, E (2008) Engaging with memory, pp.175-192.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2007) The Past Has Two Paths: Mnemonics of Loss and Gain, Cahiers de recherche sociologique, 44, pp.83-96, ISSN: 0831-1048.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2007) Les deux voies du passe: le ressouvenir, entre progres et perte, Cahiers de Recherche Sociologique (With Michael Pickering), 44, pp.83-97.

Pickering, MJ and Keightley, E (2007) Echoes and Reverberations: Photography and Phonography as Historical Forms, Media History, 13(2/3), pp.273-288.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2006) For the Record: Popular Music and Photography as Technologies of Memory, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 9(2), pp.149-165.

Pickering, MJ and Keightley, E (2006) The Modalities of Nostalgia, Current Sociology, 54(6), pp.919-941.



Conferences

Keightley, E and Stanyer, J (2017) Researching Communications Between Memory and History. In Keightley, E (ed) International Communication Association, San Diego.

Keightley, E (Accepted for publication) Spatialising intermediate time. In International Communication Association, San Diego.

Keightley, E (Accepted for publication) Memory, Migration and the Digital-Analogue Shift. In International Communication Association, San Diego.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2016) Refocusing memory studies: the mnemonic imagination and remembering well. In International Association of Media and Communication Research, University of Leicester.

Keightley, E and Niemeyer, K (2016) Between Exploitation and Agency: Towards a Political Economy of Nostalgia. In European Communication Research and Education Association, Prague.

Keightley, E and Pfoser, A (2016) Heritage tourism and the dynamics of transnational mnemonic encounters. In European Communication Research and Education Association, Prague.

Keightley, E (2015) Comparing Experience: The Possibilities and Challenges for Comparative Mediatisation Research. In Mediatisation of Culture and Everyday Life, Stockholm.

Keightley, E (2015) The intermediate time of news consumption. In International Communication Association, Puerto Rico.

Keightley, E (2014) Research Methods in Memory Studies: Oral History, Interscalarity, Trauma. In Pickering, M (ed) Iconomy and Memory, University of Warwick, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E, Pickering, M, Bisht, P (2014) Interscalarity and memory studies methodology. In Making Sense of Memory and History. International Communication Association Pre-Conference sponsored by the ICA Communication History Division, Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), Seattle, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E and Stanyer, J (2014) Digital life coaching: Life-style entrepreneurs and online networks of self-fulfilment’. In MECCSA Annual Conference, Bournemouth University, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E (2013) Communicating the memory of political crises: the failures of the trauma paradigm. In International Political Studies Association, Granada, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E (2013) Digital Media and Everyday Remembering. In CR Conference: Crises, ‘Creative Destruction’ and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E and Reading, A (2013) ‘Mobile Methods’. In IAMCR Conference: Crises, ‘Creative Destruction’ and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E (2013) Digital Remembering and Everyday Photographic Practices’. In MECCSA Annual Conference, University of Ulster, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2012) Digital Remembering and Everyday Photographic Practices. In Data, Memory, Territory Conference, University of Western Sydney, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E (2012) Mediated Temporalities and the Politics of Intermediacy. In European Communication Research and Education Association, 08 Oct 2012, Istanbul, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2012) Retrotyping and the Politics of Nostalgia. In Flashbacks: Nostalgic Media and Mediated Forms of Nostalgia, University of Geneva, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E, Allett, N, Pickering, M (2012) Mass Observation and Memory. In Mass Observation Anniversaries Conference, University of Sussex, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E (2012) ‘Televising Everyday Memory’. In Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association, University of Bedfordshire, pp.0-0.

Keightley, E, Pickering, MJ, Allett, NF (2011) Using Self Interviews in Memory Research. In British Sociological Association Annual Conference, LSE, tba.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2010) 'The Indefensible Rhetoric of Collective Trauma' Conflicts of Memory Sympsosium. In University of Nottingham, University of Nottingham, tba.

Keightley, E (2010) Time, Media, Modernity. In Time in Culture: Mediation and Representation, Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory, Tartu University, tba.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2010) Beyond the Rhetoric of Collective Trauma. Beyond the edge of Trauma. In Kingston University, Kingston University, tba.

Keightley, E (2009) From Dynasty to Songs of Praise: Television as Cultural Resource for Gendered Remembering. In Televising History Conference, University of Lincoln 23.07.09, tba.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2009) The Concept of Trauma, Memory and Collective Suffering. In Facing the Past/Facing the Future, Memory, Literature at Bahcesehir University, Istanbul 7/5/09. With Michael Pickering, tba.

Keightley, E (2008) Nostalgia and the Movement between Memory and History. In CGC Annual Conference Memory as Medium: Exchange and Representation, Ottawa, Canada, tba.

Keightley, E (2005) Negotiating Nostalgia. In Televising History: the pasts(s) on the small screen symposium, University of Lincoln, tba.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2005) See Hear: Phonography and Photography as Forms of Historical Representation. In Media History and History in the Media Conference, University of Wales. With Mike Pickering 31/3/200, tba.



Books

Merrill, S, Keightley, E, Daphi, P (2020) Social Movements, Cultural Memory and Digital Media Mobilising Mediated Remembrance, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9783030328269.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2017) Memory and the management of change: repossessing the past, Palgrave Macmillan © The Authors, ISBN: 9783319587448. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-58744-8.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2015) Photography, Music and Memory Pieces of the Past in Everyday Life, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9781137441201. DOI: 10.1057/9781137441218.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (ed) (2013) Research Methods for Memory Studies, Edinburgh University Press.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2012) The Mnemonic Imagination, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9780230243361.

Keightley, E (ed) (2012) Time, Media and Modernity, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9781137020727.



Chapters

Keightley, E, Pickering, M, Bisht, P (2019) Interscalarity and the Memory Spectrum. In Park, D and Maurantonio, N (ed) Communicating Memory & History, Peter Lang, pp.17-38.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2017) The Mnemonic Imagination and Second-Generation Migrant Experience. In Zittoun, T and Glaveanu, V (ed) Oxford Handbook of Imagination and Culture, Oxford University Press, pp.167-187, DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190468712.003.0008.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2015) Memory, Media and Methodological Footings. In Memory in a Mediated World Remembrance and Reconstruction, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.36-52, ISBN: 9781137470133.

Keightley, E and Pickering, M (2014) Retrotyping and the marketing of nostalgia. In Media and Nostalgia: Yearning for the Past, Present and Future, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.83-94, ISBN: 9781137375889.

Keightley, E (2013) Vernacular Remembering. In Research Methods for Memory Studies, pp.97-114.

Keightley, E (2013) Painful Pasts. In Research Methods for Memory Studies, pp.151-166.

Keightley, E (2012) Introduction: Time, Media, Modernity. In Keightley, E (ed) Time, Media and Modernity, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.1-22.

Keightley, E (2012) Conclusion: Making Time – The Social Temporalities of Mediated Experience. In Keightley, E (ed) Time, Media and Modernity, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.201-223.

Deacon, DN and Keightley, E (2011) Quantitative Audience Research: Embracing the Poor Relation. In Nightingale, VE (ed) The Handbook of Media Audiences, Blackwell, pp.302-319.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2008) Engaging with Memory. In Pickering, ME (ed) Research Methods for Cultural Studies, Edinburgh University Press, tba.

Keightley, E and Pickering, MJ (2008) Echoes and Reverberations: Photography and Phonography as Historical Forms. In Nicholas, O'Malley, eds, W (ed) Reconstructing the Past: History in the Mass Media 1890-2005, Routledge, tba.

Keightley, E (2008) Fictional Media Content. In ed, WD (ed) The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Blackwell, tba.

Hornabrook, J, Keightley, E, Clini, C (Accepted for publication) Creative memory: memory, methodology and the postcolonial imagination. In Bell, E and Singh-Sengupta, S (ed) Empowering Methods in Organizational and Social Research, Routledge.



Other

Belvedresi, RE, Garde-Hansen, J, Hirst, W, Keightley, E, Murakami, K, Onyeneho, G, Wertsch, JV, Reading, A, Rigney, A, Savelsberg, JJ (2014) The vague and complex character of collective memory: on The Collective Memory Reader, The vague and complex character of collective memory: on The Collective Memory Reader. DOI: 10.1177/1750698013505029.

Keightley, E (2010) Koresaar, Lauk, E. and Kuutma ‘The Burden of Remembering’.

Keightley, E and Lull, J (2009) Culture-on-Demand: Communication in a Crisis World.

Keightley, E (2009) Mithander, Sundholm and Holmgren-Troy, 'Collective Traumas'.

Keightley, E (2008) A Companion to Media Studies.

Keightley, E and Cubitt, G (2008) History and Memory.

Keightley, E and Petley, J (2008) Censoring the Word.

Keightley, E (2007) News in Public Memory.

Keightley, E and Brabazon, T (2007) From Revolution to Revelation.

Keightley, E, Wallace, M, Wray, A (2007) Critical Reading and Writing for Postgrads.

Keightley, E (2007) Hoult, E. 'Learning Support: A Guide for Mature Students'.



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