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Author: David E. Lorey,William H. Beezley
ISBN: 0842029826
Pages: 258 pages
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; First Edition edition (November 1, 2001)
Language: English
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e-Book Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century (The World Beat Series) epub download

by David E. Lorey,William H. Beezley



and William H. Beezley, eds. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Books, 2002. The neoliberal system imposed in the early 1970s has significantly contributed to an isolation and disaffection that limit the possibilities of social healing

and William H. The neoliberal system imposed in the early 1970s has significantly contributed to an isolation and disaffection that limit the possibilities of social healing. Cinema has assumed the role of recovering a sense of community by disallowing the privatization of pain fostered by the hegemonic political practices and discourses of the period of dictatorship by returning this suffering to the social arena from which it originated.

The twentieth century has been scarred by political violence and genocide, reaching its extreme in the Holocaust. Yet, at the same time, the century has been marked by a growing commitment to human rights. This volume highlights the importance of history-of socially processed memory-in resolving the wounds left by massive state-sponsored political violence and in preventing future episodes of violence.

The twentieth century has been scarred by political violence and genocide, reaching its extreme in the Holocaust

The twentieth century has been scarred by political violence and genocide, reaching its extreme in the Holocaust.

David E Lorey, William H Beezley. Designed for undergraduate courses in political violence and revolution, this volume treats a wide variety of incidents of collective violence-from decades-long genocide to short-lived massacres

David E Lorey, William H Beezley. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Designed for undergraduate courses in political violence and revolution, this volume treats a wide variety of incidents of collective violence-from decades-long genocide to short-lived massacres. The selection of essays provides a broad range of thought-provoking case studies from Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. Irruptions of Memory Expressive Politics in Chiles Transition to Democracy. 3. Layers of Memories Twenty Years After in Argentina. 31. The Unmaking of Rigoberta Menchu. 53. Ethnicity and the Politics of History in Rwanda.

David E. Lorey,William H. Beezley Metin Parçacığı görünümü - 2002. Sık kullanılan terimler ve kelime öbekleri. Dr. Lorey is Program Officer for Latin America at the Hewlett Foundation in Menlo Park, California. William H. Bezley is a professor of history at the University of Arizona.

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Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 200. ISBN 9780842029827. Müller, Rolf-Dieter; Ueberschär, Gerd R. (2009). Hitler's War in the East, 1941–1945: A Critical Assessment.

Lorey, David E. and Beezley, William . Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, In. 2002). Minow, Martha, Between Vengeance and Forgiveness: Facing History after Genocide and Mass Violence (Boston: Beacon Press, 1998). Müller, Jan-Werner, e. Memory and Power in Post-War Europe: Studies in the Presence of the Past (Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 2002).

The twentieth century has been scarred by political violence and genocide, reaching its extreme in the Holocaust. Yet, at the same time, the century has been marked by a growing commitment to human rights. This volume highlights the importance of history-of socially processed memory-in resolving the wounds left by massive state-sponsored political violence and in preventing future episodes of violence. In Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century, the editors present and discuss the many different social responses to the challenge of coming to terms with past reigns of terror and collective violence.

Designed for undergraduate courses in political violence and revolution, this volume treats a wide variety of incidents of collective violence-from decades-long genocide to short-lived massacres. The selection of essays provides a broad range of thought-provoking case studies from Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. This provocative collection of readings from around the world will spur debate and discussion of this timely and important topic in the classroom and beyond.