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Post-Conflict Memorialization

Missing Memorials, Absent Bodies, Memory Politics and Transitional Justice

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ISBN/EAN: 9783030548865
Sprache: Englisch
Umfang: XIII, 261 S., 6 s/w Illustr., 3 farbige Illustr.,
Format (T/L/B): 2.1 x 21.7 x 15.5 cm
Auflage: 1. Auflage 2022
Einband: gebundenes Buch

Beschreibung

As the world negotiates immense loss and questions of how to memorialize, the contributions in this volume evaluate the role of culture as a means to promote reconciliation, either between formerly warring parties, perpetrators and survivors, governments and communities, or within the self. Post-Conflict Memorialization: Missing Memorials, Absent Bodies reflects on a distinct aspect of mourning work: the possibility to move towards recovery, while in a period of grief, waiting, silence, or erasure. Drawing on ethnographic data and archival material from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Argentina, Palestine, Israel, Wales, Peru, Colombia, Hungary, Chile, Pakistan, and India, the authors analyze how memorialization and commemoration is practiced by communities who have experienced trauma and violence, while in the absence of memorials, mutual acknowledgement, and the bodies of the missing. This timely volume will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and scholars with an interest in memory studies, sociology, history, politics, conflict, and peace studies

Autorenportrait

Olivette Otele is Professor of Colonial History and Memory of Slavery at the University of Bristol, in the United Kingdom, and a Fellow and Vice President of the Royal Historical Society. Luisa Gandolfo is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Yoav Galai is Lecturer in Global Political Communication at the Department of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy at Royal Holloway, University of London

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