Tag Archives: Memory

"My childhood memory is like a murky, creepy liar. However, some things are crystal clear…"

"… like when my father would drive me to figure skating practice and I would look at my own hands in my lap and think: 'Who is that? How long will I be stuck in this charade? How long do … Continue reading

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In Memory of Nancy G. Fax

Memorial service for Nancy G. Fax of Pasternak & Fidis will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at the Spanish Ballroom at Glen Echo Park, 7300 MacArthur Blvd., in Glen Echo, Maryland. Nancy was named the… … Continue reading

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Ruminations 78: Reflections on the 74th Anniversary of D-Day; Memory, Remembrance and Recollection

(Photo credits USA Today, HERE)D-Day is the name given to the day of the commencement of Operation Overlord, the Allied assault on the German coastal positions in Normandy as an initial action for the reconquest of France (its liberation from … Continue reading

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Fischer on Santa Claus's Memory & Gift Allocation

Dominique Fischer (University of Malaya (UM)) has posted Has Santa Claus a Good Long-Term Memory on SSRN. Here is the abstract: If Santa Claus had a good long-term memory, she would remember who had consistently been good in the previous … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Invisible Constitutions: Culture, Religion, and Memory

Anders Walker at St. Louis University is organizing an interesting conference. While conferences like this are usually organized by soliciting participants, an important difference here is an open call for papers. This is a great approach, and a great opportunity … Continue reading

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