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Fazil Moradi, Ms. Maria Six-Hohenbalken, Ralph Buchenhorst
Table Of Contents
List of Figures Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Preface, by Gunther Schlee Introduction: The Past In Translation Fazil Moradi, Maria Six-Hohenbalken, Ralph Buchenhorst * Intimate Interrogations: the Literary Grammar of Communal Violence Christi Merill * Oral Performers and Memory of Mass Violence: Dynamics of Collective and Individual Remembering Laury Ocen * Parallel Readings: Narratives of Violence Eva Kovacs * Genocide in Translation: On Memory, Remembrance, and Politics of the Future Fazil Moradi * Remembering the Poison Gas Attack on Halabja: Questions of Representations in the Emergence of Memory on Genocide Maria Six-Hohenbalken * Afterlives of Genocide: Return of Human Bodies from Berlin to Windhoek, 2011 Memory Biwa * Communicating the Unthinkable: A Psychodynamic Perspective Ivana Macek * Between Nakba, Shoah and Apartheid: Notes on a Film from the Interstices Heidi Grunebaum * The Rethinking of Remembering: Who Lays Claim to Speech in the Wake of Catastrophe? Rachmi Diyah Larasati * Field, Forum, and Vilified Art: Recent Developments in the Representation of Mass Violence and its Remembrance Ralph Buchenhorst Afterword: Wonder Woman, the Gutter, and Critical Genocide Studies Alexander Laban Hinton Index
Fazil Moradi is finalizing his PhD thesis at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology and the University of Halle-Wittenberg in Germany. Ralph Buchenhorst is a Senior Researcher at Halle University. He received his PhD from the University of Vienna and his habilitation from the University of Potsdam in Germany. Buchenhorst has been a DAAD Guest Professor at the University of Buenos Aires (2002-2006) and at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2013). Maria Six-Hohenbalken is a Researcher at the Institute for Social Anthropology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, and Lecturer at the Department for Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna.