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The future of memory

Author: Richard Crownshaw; Jane Kilby; Antony Rowland
Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2010.
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Memory studies has become a rapidly growing area of scholarly as well as public interest. This volume brings together world experts to explore the current critical trends in this new academic field.  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Crownshaw; Jane Kilby; Antony Rowland
ISBN: 9781845456931 1845456939
OCLC Number: 502029688
Description: xiii, 319 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The future of memory : introduction / Rick Crownshaw --
Beyond the Mnemosyne Institute : the future of memory after the age of commemoration / Dan Stone --
Rwanda's bones / Sara Guyer --
The Imperial War Museum North : a twenty-first century museum? / Gaynor Bagnall and Antony Rowland --
Memory and the monument after 9/11 / James E. Young --
The edge of memory : literary innovation and childhood trauma / Susan Rubin Suleiman --
The future of testimony : introduction / Antony Rowland --
Reading perpetrator testimony / Robert Eaglestone --
Reading beyond the false memory syndrome debates / Jane Kilby --
False testimony / Sue Vice --
Reading Holocaust poetry : genre, authority and identification / Matthew Boswell --
The future of trauma : introduction / Jane Kilby --
The trauma knot / Roger Luckhurst --
Trauma, justice, and the political unconscious : Arendt and Felman's journey to Jerusalem / Cathy Caruth --
Trauma and resistance in Art Spiegelman's In the shadow of no towers / Anne Whitehead --
Facing losses/losing guarantees : a meditation on openings to traumatic ignorance as a constitutive demand / Sharon Rosenberg --
Activist memories : the politics of trauma and the pleasures of politics / Carrie Hamilton.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Crownshaw, Jane Kilby and Antony Rowland.

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This is an innovative, well structured and balanced collection of essays which presents a survey of theories and case studies underpinning the burgeoning field of memory studies. It addresses the Read more...

 
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