Why Things Can Feel New Even When You’ve Experienced Them Before
When we experience “jamais vu” — the opposite of deja vu — something feels completely new even though we know we’ve lived it before.
Saumya Kalia is an Associate Editor at The Swaddle. Her journalism and writing explore issues of social justice, digital sub-cultures, media ecosystem, literature, and memory as they cut across socio-cultural periods. You can reach her at @Saumya_Kalia.