Tag Archives: Memory

Law and Public History: The Legal History of Memory Regulation in Twentieth-Century Europe

Nikolay Koposov, Memory Laws, Memory Wars: The Politics of the Past in Europe and Russia (2018). Reuel Schiller The United States is in the midst of a memory war. Every month brings a new political and legal dispute over how … Continue reading

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Are You Suffering Memory Loss After Your Car Accident?

We wrote a post not too long ago about traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), many of which are caused by car accidents. One of the most common symptoms of a TBI is memory loss, which is often difficult to diagnose and … Continue reading

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Scientists Examine What Having Constant Access to Information Does to Our Memory

Several years ago, tech writer Nicholas Carr sparked a debate with his thought-provoking Atlantic article, “Is Google Making Us Stupid?”  In it, Carr suggested that not only is the Internet shaping our lives – it’s physically changing our the way that our … Continue reading

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"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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