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by Nancy Wood

  • Author: Nancy Wood
  • ISBN: 1859732895
  • ISBN13: 978-1859732892
  • ePub: 1730 kb | FB2: 1686 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Berg Publishers; 1st edition (September 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 224
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Vectors of Memory: Legacies of Trauma in Postwar Europe ePub download

Vectors of Memory: Legaci. has been added to your Cart. Nancy Wood is Chair of Media Studies at the University of Sussex, UK.

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Vectors of Memory book. More than a descriptive summary of such developments, the author elucidates the identity politics that is being expressed through these channels.

The topic of memory has shot to prominence in recent years, engaging the attention of academics and a wider public alike

The topic of memory has shot to prominence in recent years, engaging the attention of academics and a wider public alike. In the course of these investigations, concepts such as 'sites of memory', 'testimony', and 'trauma' - much invoked in recent work on 'collective memory' - are critically examined in a number of historical, juridical and representational contexts. Interdisciplinary in its scope and in the manner in which it ical and cultural analysis, this book will appeal tostudents and scholars of history, cultural and media studies, French and German political culture, Holocaust studies and postcolonialism.

Memory and Trauma: Examining Disruptions in Implicit, Explicit and Autobiographical Memory. Tina Beth Wasserman - 1998 - Dissertation, New York University. The Politics of Memory in Postwar Europe. Melody D. Combs & Anne P. DePrince - 2010 - In Ruth A. Lanius, Eric Vermetten & Clare Pain (ed., The Impact of Early Life Trauma on Health and Disease. Cambridge University Press. The Aesthetics of Sense-Memory: Theorising Trauma Through the Visual Arts. Anna Ziębińska-Witek - 2007 - Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History 37 (1):160-166. Implicit Memory and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms.

More than a descriptive summary of such developments, the author elucidates the identity politics that is being expressed through these channels.

The topic of memory has shot to prominence in recent years, engaging the attention of academics and a wider public alike

The topic of memory has shot to prominence in recent years, engaging the attention of academics and a wider public alike. This is partly due to a spate of anniversaries and commemorations of events, such as the Holocaust and the Second World War, whose. Berg 3pl, Berg Publishers. ENG. Number of Pages. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

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The topic of memory has shot to prominence in recent years, engaging the attention of academics and a wider public alike. This is partly due to a spate of anniversaries and commemorations of events, such as the Holocaust and the Second World War, whose significance for the present is affirmed even as their meanings continue to be debated. In Germany and France, contested memories, representations and commemorations of this period have become virtually a defining feature of their respective political cultures. Equally contested are France's memories of a decolonization process whose legacy still makes its presence felt in the political landscape. This book uses the concept of 'vectors' of memory to designate the conduits of that memorial activity, and examines in detail a range of vectors - historiography, war crimes trials, novels and films - that have focused public attention and debate in this era of so-called 'commemorative obsession'. More than a descriptive summary of such developments, the author elucidates the identity politics that is being expressed through these channels. In the course of these investigations, concepts such as 'sites of memory', 'testimony', and 'trauma' - much invoked in recent work on 'collective memory' - are critically examined in a number of historical, juridical and representational contexts.Interdisciplinary in its scope and in the manner in which it bridgeshistoriographical and cultural analysis, this book will appeal tostudents and scholars of history, cultural and media studies, French and German political culture, Holocaust studies and postcolonialism.
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