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About this product
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication25/05/2016
- GenreCultural Studies
- Series TitleRoutledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note30 black & white illustrations, 27 black & white halftones, 3 black & white line drawings
- Weight564 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Edited byDanielle Drozdzewski,Emma Waterton,Sarah de Nardi
- Table Of Contents1. The Significance of Memory in the Present Danielle Drozdzewski, Sarah De Nardi, Emma Waterton Part I: Placing Memory in Public 2. Encountering Memory in the Everyday City Danielle Drozdzewski 3. Personal Reflections on Formal Second World War Memorials in Everyday Spaces in Singapore Hamzah Muzaini 4. Multiple and Contested Geographies of Memory: Remembering the 1989 Romanian 'Revolution' Duncan Light and Craig Young 5. Wrecks to Relics Sha'ar HaGai, Israel: Battle Remains and the Formation of a Battlescape Moaz Azaryahu Part II: Narrative Memorial Practices: Storytelling and Materiality 6. Who were the Enemies? The Spatial Practices of Belonging and Exclusion in Second World War Italy Sarah De Nardi 7. Sound Memory: A Critical Concept for Researching Past Wartime Experiences. Carolyn Birdsall 8. Heralding Jericho: Narratives of Remembrance, Reclamation and Republican Identity in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Lia Dong Shimada 9. In the Shadow of Centenaries: Irish Artists go to War 1914-1918. Nuala C. Johnson Part III: Commemorative Rituals of Remembering in Place 10. Embodied Memory at the Australian War Memorial. Jason Dittmer and Emma Waterton 11. Affective Atmospheres Shanti Sumartojo and Quentin Stevens 12. Beyond Sentimentality and Glorification: Using a History of Emotions to Deal with the Horror of War. Andrea Witcomb 13. Witnessing and Affect: Altering, Imagining and Making New Spaces to Remember the Great War in Modern Britain. Ross Wilson 14. Places of Memory and Mourning in Nazi Germany. Joshua Hagen
- Author BiographyDanielle Drozdzewski is a Human Geographer and Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Languages at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Sarah De Nardi is Research Associate in Cultural Geography at the University of Durham, UK. Emma Waterton is Associate Professor in the Institute for Culture and Society at University of Western Sydney, Australia.
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