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Memory and history : understanding memory as source and subject
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Éditeur Routledge
Année 2013, cop. 2013
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Memory and history : understanding memory as source and subject
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1 vol. (IX-224 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm
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Bibliogr. p. [212]-214. Index
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Classification Dewey
907.2
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Introduction: Working with memory as source and subject / Joan Tumblety ; Part I. Working with oral testimony ; "Let me tell you" : Memory and the practice of oral history / Michal Bosworth ; Small fish, big pond : using a single oral narrative to reveal broader social change / Lindsey Dodd ; Memory, history and the law : testimony in Holocaust and Stolen Generations trials / Rosanne Kennedy ; Part II. Memorialization and commemoration ; Remembering and forgetting : the creation and destruction of inscribed monuments in Classical Athens / Polly Low ; Visual cultures of memory in modern Japan : the historical uses of Japanese art collections / Franziska Seraphim ; The contested memorial cultures of post-Liberation France : polemical responses to the legal purge of collaborators, 1944-c.1954 / Joan Tumblety ; The Pictures in the background : history, memory and photography in the museum / Susan A. Crane ; Part III. Between "individual memory" and "collective memory" ; Memory as a battlefield : letters by traumatized German veterans and contested memories of the Great War / Jason Crouthamel ; Memories of suburbia : autobiographical fiction and minority narratives / Hannah Ewence ; Alienated memories : migrants and the silences of the archive / Tony Kushner ; Biography of a Box : material culture and palimpsest memory / Susan M. Stabile
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978-0-415-67711-0
0-415-67711-4
978-0-415-67712-7
0-415-67712-2
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