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Public memory, race, and ethnicity
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Éditeur Cambridge Scholars
Année cop. 2010
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Public memory, race, and ethnicity
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Description
1 vol. (VIII-216 p.) ; 22 cm
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Classification Dewey
305.8
Contenu
Introduction : public memory, race and ethnicity / G. Mitchell Reyes ; On the borders of memory / Stephen Howard Browne ; How Sacagawea became a pioneer mother : statues, ethnicity, and controversy in Portland and Santa Fe / Maureen Reed ; Whitewashing the past : the racial blindspot in "white ethnic" memories of the Youngstown steel district / Thomas Sabatini ; Ethnic contradiction and reconciliation in Japanese American internment memorials / Janis L. Edwards ; Stones the builders rejected : Freedom Summer, Kent State, and the politics of public amnesia / Mark Lawrence McPhail ; Tradition and Southern Confederate culture : manifesting whiteness through public memory at Texas A&M University / Amy Heuman and Catherine Langford ; Remembrance, reclamation, and redemption : the place of memory in Walter Mosley's The man in my basement / Kendall R. Phillips and Catherine Thomas ; Race, memory, and "keeping the faith" of the nation : President Bush addresses the NAACP / Nathaniel I. Cordova and G. Mitchell Reyes ; The memory of Katrina's flag woman and the rhetorical resurrection of the American refugee-citizen / Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre
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978-1-443-82277-0
1-443-82277-9
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