Ireland’s Gramophones: Material Culture, Memory, and Trauma in Irish Modernism
This book examines the gramophone as an object that refuses to remain in the background of scenes in which it appears, forcing us to confront its mnemonic heritage during a period of Irish history burdened with political and cultural turbulence.
- Clemson University Digital Press
- 248 pages
- Paperback / softback
- United States
- Social & cultural history