The past as television: are television programmes more than nostalgic ephemera. / Ellis, John; Grasso, Aldo (Editor).

Fare storia con la televisione. Milan, 2006. p. 167-172.

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Abstract

There is a branch of history called archaeology. The source of information that archaeologists value most highly is what they call a “midden”, known to the rest of us as a heap of rubbish. To an archaeologist, all of this rubbish is valuable as evidence of concrete patterns of existence, providing a sense of what it felt to be alive in a particular historical moment. The same holds true for television.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFare storia con la televisione
Place of PublicationMilan
Pages167-172
Publication statusPublished - 2006
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