Latourian Memoria

This chapter articulates ways Bruno Latour's critical framework offers productive insights into the status of memoria in contemporary digital culture. It asserts that Latour's thought departs from a view of memory as an accrued social record collectively assembled by autonomous human minds, recasting it as an event among irreducible human and nonhuman agents in wide cognitive networks. Within this framework, memory emerges through momentary acts of correlation that may be assembled into coherent trajectories.