Professor Andrew Hoskins writes on Digital Society: digital memory studies, 'post human memory', theories of 'hyper/connectivity', and diffused war.
He is founding Editor-in-Chief of the Sage journal of Memory Studies, Co-Editor of the Palgrave Macmillan book series Memory Studies, and Co-Editor of the Routledge book series Media, War & Security.
He holds an AHRC Research Fellowship (2014-15): ‘Technologies of memory and archival regimes: War diaries before and after the connective turn’ (partners: Historical Branch (Army) and The National Archives).
Forthcoming in 2016:
Risk and Hyperconnectivity: Media, Memory, Uncertainty (with John Tulloch, Oxford University Press)
Twitter @andrewhoskins, @memorystudies