This chapter argues that in order to understand commemoration we need to approach it from how it is felt and experienced, rather than focus only its history, discourse or symbolism. It explains the three forms of reframing that the book advocates: first, that the 2014–18 centenary period introduced new forms of commemoration, chiefly creative ones; that new methodologies are now required to account for these works; and that we must now conceptualise commemoration by way of how it is felt in order to apprehend what it means and what it makes possible in terms of national identity. The chapter explains the organisation of the book, and introduces the interdisciplinary and international network of scholars, Commemoration Reframed, whose work makes up the volume.