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The ethics of remembering and the consequences of forgetting : essays on trauma, history, and memory

Author: Michael O'Loughlin
Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2015]
Series: New imago.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting: Essays on Trauma, History, and Memory brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines that draw on multiple perspectives to address issues that arise at the intersection of trauma, history, and memory. Contributors include critical theorists, critical historians, psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and a working artist. The authors use  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael O'Loughlin
ISBN: 9781442231870 1442231874
OCLC Number: 937846834
Description: xix, 385 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Claude Barbre --
Introduction : the ethics of remembering and the consequences of forgetting / Michael O'Loughlin --
Is autonomy unethical? Trauma and the politics of responsibility / Mari Ruti --
Troubling naturalized trauma, essentialized therapy, and the asphyxiation of dangerous memory / Michael O'Loughlin --
Wit(h)nessing the other's trauma : an exploration of Barbara Loftus's painting through the work of Bracha Ettinger / Angie Voela --
In search of forgotten memories after thirty-three years : a journey home / Minh Troung-George --
The sense of loss and the search for meaning / Norma Tracey and Graham Toomey --
Anglo-German displacement and diaspora in the early twentieth-century : an intergenerational haunting / Nigel Williams --
Ghosts in the mirror : a granddaughter of holocaust survivors reflects the faces of history / Nirit Gradwohl Pisano --
Questions unasked : the legacy of childhood trauma in the life narratives of a Lithuanian woman survivor of the 1941 Soviet deportations / Justina Kaminskaitė Dillon and Michael O'Loughlin --
They left it all behind : psychological experiences of Jewish immigration and the ambiguity of loss / Hannah Hahn --
The silence of the grandchildren of the Civil War : transgenerational trauma in Spain / Clara Valverde and Luis Martin-Cabrera --
A South African story of disavowal : toward a genealogy of post-apartheid empathy / Ross Truscott --
Spectors of genocide : mass graves, horror film, and impunity in post-dictatorship Spain / Scott Boehm --
"Each of us bears his own hell" : a window into venues of trauma in Central Eastern Europe / Reinhold Stipsits --
Battling with history : collective memory in the war narratives of Israeli soldiers / Naama de la Fontaine and Kate Szymanski --
Trauma, community, and contemporary racial violence : reflections on the architecture of memory / Ricardo C. Ainslie --
Managing collapse : commemorating September 11 through the relational design of a Memorial Museum / Billie Pivnick and Tom Hennes.
Series Title: New imago.
Responsibility: edited by Michael O'Loughlin.

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