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States of memory : continuities, conflicts, and transformations in national retrospection

Auteur(s) : Olick, Jeffrey K. (Éd.)Description matérielle : 354 p. ill. 23 cmCollection : (Politics, History and Culture) Publication : Durham : Duke University Press, 2003.Cote : G.3259Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index  Thématique : Mémoire | EthnologieThématique spécifique : Nationalisme | Mémoire collective | Commémoration
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Olick, Jeffrey K. : Introduction ;

Corney, Frederick C. : Rethinking a great event. The October Revolution as memory project ;

Falasca Zamponi, Simonetta : Of storytellers and master narratives. Modernity, memory, and history in fascist Italy ;

Matsuda, Matt K. : Idols of the Emperor ;

Zhang, Tong, Schwartz, Barry : Confucius and the cultural revolution. A study in collective memory ;

Aguilar, Paloma : Institutional legacies and collective memories. The case of the Spanish transition to democracy ;

Spillman, Lyn : When do collective memories last? Founding moments in the United States and Australia ;

Polletta, Francesca : Legacies and liabilities of an insurgent past. Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. on the House and Senate Floor ;

Ram, Uri : Postnationalist pasts. The case of Israel ;

Olick, Jeffrey K. : What does it mean to normalize the past? Official memory in German politics since 1989 ;

Gluck, Carol : The "end" of the postwar. Japan at the turn of the millennium ;

Zerubavel, Eviatar : Calendars and history. A comparative study of the social organization of national memory ;

Tilly, Charles : Afterword. Borges and Brass

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