Emotional memories stemming from a crisis: a snapshot of AIDS activism in Washington, DC (1981-1986).


Emotional memories-described in this article as conscious, protracted memories that reference emotional events from the past-provide powerful qualitative data for social analysts. The reconfigured concept "emotional memories," a neuroscientific term, is utilized to help describe the long-term effects of affective, historically situated marginalization. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2013.834210