Memory, in many ways, makes us who we are. Without the wealth of experiences, joys and tragedies that have taken place in our lives, we would have no conception of who we are. Yet memory is not limited to just our self-identity, but is responsible for the connections we make with others.
So how can memory foster connections between individuals? And how can memory be a collaborative process?
I spoke with Professor Amanda Barnier from Macquarie Uni to find out.