A new book by Vic Seidler published by Palgrave.
The book explores the tension between the media representations of those
remarkable days in London when different publics took to the street and
insisted on spaces of grief as well as that justice be done to Diana’s
memory. It shows the need for an embodied psychosocial theory that can engage
with the significance of memory across the boundaries of the personal and the
Vic is happy to do talks on the themes of the book and can be contacted on V.Seidler@gold.ac.uk