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Autobiographical Memory and Identity Updating

Salem Camp Meeting*

Bradd Shore

Department of Anthropology

Emory University

The Emory Center for Myth and Ritual in American Life

Working Paper No. 48

[T]he technology of the mirror, perfected and marketed by Venice in the early sixteenth century, first enabled people literally to reflect on a whole picture of themselves. By contrast, before the sixteenth century, blown glass mirrors magnified what was near their surface and this made it difficult for people to see their whole appearance. In all this, there was an enrichment of the sense of self (Roger Smith, 1997)

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