Octavio Zaya is a writer, curator, and editor from the Canary Islands living in Boston. He is Director/Executive Editor of atlanticajournal.com
| Editor's Message
In recent decades, memory has been assaulted from all sides. The designs and interests of the dominant hegemonic system, along with intercultural transmissions facilitated by knowledge and experience of the ways others remember and preserve their past—and, therefore, the existence of the universal culture of the mass media—represent a challenge to our supposedly differentiated past.