The International Journal of Reminiscence and Life Review

The International Journal of Reminiscence and Life Review (IJRLR) publishes original work exploring the nature, function, and application of remembering the personal past within a wide range of research contexts and practice settings. Examples of fields incorporating memory for personal history as central to their focus include, but are not limited to, autobiographical memory, reminiscence, life review, oral history, and narrative studies.

The IJRLR is published by The International Institute for Reminiscence and Life Review, University of Wisconsin-Superior, PO Box 2000, Superior, WI 54880, USA.


The International Journal of Reminiscence and Life Review is currently accepting submissions forĀ publication. We look forward to receiving your work! Please feel free to direct questions and comments to the Editor, Thomas W. Pierce, Ph.D. at (editor@ijrlr.org orĀ tpierce@radford.edu).

Advance online access to .pdf files of articles accepted for the journal's next issue is available at the following link: Articles appearing in the next issue.


Vol 4, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Special Section: Reminiscence through a Cultural Lens (Guest Editors: Philippe Cappeliez and Jeffrey Dean Webster)

Philippe Cappeliez, Jeffrey Dean Webster
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46-47
Juliette Shellman, Melissa Mokel, Nayomi Walton, Karen Bailey-Addison
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48-58
Loriena A. Yancura
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59-66
Nicole Alea, Sideeka Ali, Mary Jane Arneaud
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67-78

Shared Reminiscence

My World War II Experience: Part III
George J. Dubell
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79-86

Editorial

The Case for Community-Specific Reminiscence
Thomas W. Pierce
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87-89