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This paper looks at memory formation and the process of memorialization (or the lack of it) with regard to two cases of forced population movements in twentieth-century Europe: ethnic Germans during and after the Second World War, and the Romany populations following the Kosovo War of 1999. It...
Published 03/11/12
Collective memory is the backbone of collective identity. But Collective memory is also constantly at risk, troubled by its less welcome aspects; and so, therefore, is collective identity. More fundamentally, there seems to be an elemental unease at the root – what Freud called an ‘Unbehagen in...
Published 03/11/12
The Center for Jewish Studies (Tempe campus) and the Center for Critical Inquiry & Cultural Studies (CCICS, West campus), together with the faculty research cluster in Philosophy, Rhetoric & Literature convened an university-wide event with distinguished scholars from the United States...
Published 03/05/12
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