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Writing the History of Memory : edited by Stefan Berger and Bill Niven.

Contributor(s): Berger, Stefan [edt] | Niven, William John, 1956- [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Writing history: Publisher: London : New Delhi : New York : Sydney : Bloomsbury, 2014Description: ix, 247 str. 24 cm.ISBN: 9780340991886.Subject(s): historiografija | kolektivno pamćenje | kolektivno sjećanjeDDC classification: 907.2 Other classification: K:k
Contents:
Introduction / Bill Niven and Stefan Berger - 1. Memory and History in the Ancient World / Gordon Shrimpton - 2. Memory and History in the Middle Ages / Kimberly Rivers - 3. History-writing and @2018Collective Memory@2019 / Mary Fulbrook - 4. Memory as both Source and Subject of Study: The Transformations of Oral History / Lynn Abrams - 5. Generation and Memory: A Critique of the Ethical and Ideological Implications of Generational Narration / Wulf Kansteiner - 6. Writing the History of National Memory / Stefan Berger and Bill Niven - 7. Lieux de m�moire - A European Transfer Story / Beno�t Majerus - 8. On the Memory of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe / Attila Pok - 9. Holocaust Memoriography and the Impact of Memory on the Historiography of the Holocaust / Peter Carrier - 10. History and Memorialisation / Richard Crownshaw.
List(s) this item appears in: 2021 - POVIJEST PRINOVE
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Introduction / Bill Niven and Stefan Berger - 1. Memory and History in the Ancient World / Gordon Shrimpton - 2. Memory and History in the Middle Ages / Kimberly Rivers - 3. History-writing and @2018Collective Memory@2019 / Mary Fulbrook - 4. Memory as both Source and Subject of Study: The Transformations of Oral History / Lynn Abrams - 5. Generation and Memory: A Critique of the Ethical and Ideological Implications of Generational Narration / Wulf Kansteiner - 6. Writing the History of National Memory / Stefan Berger and Bill Niven - 7. Lieux de m�moire - A European Transfer Story / Beno�t Majerus - 8. On the Memory of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe / Attila Pok - 9. Holocaust Memoriography and the Impact of Memory on the Historiography of the Holocaust / Peter Carrier - 10. History and Memorialisation / Richard Crownshaw.

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