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Author Assmann, Aleida, author.
Uniform Title Lange Schatten der Vergangenheit. English
Title Shadows of Trauma : Memory and the Politics of Postwar Identity / Aleida Assmann ; translated by Sarah Clift.
Publisher New York : Fordham University Press, 2016.
Edition First edition.


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 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  DD256.48 .A8713 2016  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Descript x, 302 pages ; 24 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Edition First edition.
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Preface to the English Language Edition -- Introduction -- Part I: Theoretical Foundations -- 1. From Individual to Collective Constructions of the Past -- 2. Basic Concepts and Themes of Individual and Collective Memory -- Part II: Analyses and Case Studies -- 3. How True are Memories? -- 4. False Memories: Pathologies of Identity at the End of the Twentieth Century -- 5. Incorrect Memories: On the Normative Power of Social Frameworks of Memory -- 6. Five Strategies of Represssion -- 7. German Narratives of Victimhood -- 8. Points of Intersection Between Lived Memory and Cultural Memory -- 9. Commemorative Sites in Space and Time -- 10. The Future of Holocaust Memory -- 11. Europe as a Community of Memory -- Conclusion: Shadows of Trauma -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
ISBN 9780823267286
0823267288
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Author Assmann, Aleida, author.
Subject National socialism -- Historiography.
Historiography -- Germany.
Memory -- Political aspects -- Germany.
Collective memory -- Germany.
Alt author Clift, Sarah, author.
Descript x, 302 pages ; 24 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Edition First edition.
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Preface to the English Language Edition -- Introduction -- Part I: Theoretical Foundations -- 1. From Individual to Collective Constructions of the Past -- 2. Basic Concepts and Themes of Individual and Collective Memory -- Part II: Analyses and Case Studies -- 3. How True are Memories? -- 4. False Memories: Pathologies of Identity at the End of the Twentieth Century -- 5. Incorrect Memories: On the Normative Power of Social Frameworks of Memory -- 6. Five Strategies of Represssion -- 7. German Narratives of Victimhood -- 8. Points of Intersection Between Lived Memory and Cultural Memory -- 9. Commemorative Sites in Space and Time -- 10. The Future of Holocaust Memory -- 11. Europe as a Community of Memory -- Conclusion: Shadows of Trauma -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
ISBN 9780823267286
0823267288
Author Assmann, Aleida, author.
Subject National socialism -- Historiography.
Historiography -- Germany.
Memory -- Political aspects -- Germany.
Collective memory -- Germany.
Alt author Clift, Sarah, author.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  DD256.48 .A8713 2016  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject National socialism -- Historiography.
Historiography -- Germany.
Memory -- Political aspects -- Germany.
Collective memory -- Germany.
Descript x, 302 pages ; 24 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Preface to the English Language Edition -- Introduction -- Part I: Theoretical Foundations -- 1. From Individual to Collective Constructions of the Past -- 2. Basic Concepts and Themes of Individual and Collective Memory -- Part II: Analyses and Case Studies -- 3. How True are Memories? -- 4. False Memories: Pathologies of Identity at the End of the Twentieth Century -- 5. Incorrect Memories: On the Normative Power of Social Frameworks of Memory -- 6. Five Strategies of Represssion -- 7. German Narratives of Victimhood -- 8. Points of Intersection Between Lived Memory and Cultural Memory -- 9. Commemorative Sites in Space and Time -- 10. The Future of Holocaust Memory -- 11. Europe as a Community of Memory -- Conclusion: Shadows of Trauma -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
Alt author Clift, Sarah, author.
ISBN 9780823267286
0823267288

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