This volume is a collection of papers given at a session at the JIA 2009 conference. The thread of the contributions focuses on two concepts: Memory and Archaeology. The word Memory refers to the past, our individual memories and the collective ones. Wander around memory (Recorrer la memoria) is a Spanish phrase that means to think in order to remember what happened. Now that retrieving (historical) memory is changing from being a commitment to being a fashion, it is more needed to wander around memory to set our position as professionals in archaeology. All the contributions in this volume share a common idea: the analysis of memories generated from conflict. Too frequently, collective memory brews around different traumatic events framed in armed conflicts. Conflict generates memory, but memory generates conflict too, feeding a vicious circle manifested in some of the processes to retrieve historical memory that are still open today.