The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting: Essays on Trauma, History, and Memory

by Michael O'Loughlin (Editor)
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The Ethics of Remembering and the Consequences of Forgetting brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines to address intersections of trauma, history, and memory. Methodologies include personal narrative, auto-ethnography, micro-history, psychosocial studies, critical theory, psychoanalysis, film/art criticism, and historical inquiry.

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Contributors
Claude Barbre (Introduction author), Michael O'Loughlin (Collaborator), Nirit Gradwohl Pisano (Collaborator), Billie A. Pivnick (Collaborator), Mari Ruti (Collaborator), Reinhold Stipsits (Collaborator), Kate Szymanski (Collaborator), Graham Toomey (Collaborator), Norma Tracey (Collaborator), Ross Truscott (Collaborator), Clara Valverde (Collaborator), Angie Voela (Collaborator), Nigel Williams (Collaborator), Ricardo Ainslie (Collaborator), Claude Barbre (Collaborator), Scott Boehm (Collaborator), Marilyn Charles (Collaborator), Naama de la Fontaine (Collaborator), Justina K. Dillon (Collaborator), Minh Truong-George (Collaborator), Hannah Hahn (Collaborator), Tom Hennes (Collaborator), Luis Martin-Cabrera (Collaborator)
Publication date
December 18, 2014
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Page count
396
ISBN
9781442231887
Paper ISBN
9781442231870