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Museum & Society
Museums, libraries and archives have long been considered the retainers of some form of collective memory. Within the last twenty years, the term 'memory institution' has been coined to describe these entities, which is symptomatic of the fact that such places are increasingly linked through digital media and online networks. The concept of the memory institution is also part of the vocabulary used to promote broader cultural integration across nations, and appears in discussions of Europeandoi:10.29311/mas.v14i2.646 fatcat:jvziezvsyjch5dv3pfl4wwv4ye