Mass Dictatorship and Memory as Ever Present Past

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ISBN-13:
9781137289834
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eBook
Seiten:
253
Autor:
Jie-Hyun Lim
Serie:
Mass Dictatorship in the Twentieth Century
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PDF
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eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
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Englisch
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This volume explores the politics of memory involved in 'coming to terms with the past' of mass dictatorship on a global scale. Considering how a growing sense of global connectivity and global human rights politics changed the memory landscape, the essays explore entangled pasts of dictatorships.
List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors 1. Introduction: Coming to Terms with the Past of Mass Dictatorship; Peter Lambert & Jie-Hyun Lim PART I: ENTANGLED MEMORY AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY 2. The Predicaments of Culture: War, Dictatorship, and Modernity in Early Postwar West Germany and Japan; Sebastian Conrad 3. Victimhood Nationalism in the Memory of Mass Dictatorship; Jie-Hyun Lim 4. Creating a Victimhood Nation: The Politics of the Austrian People's Courts and High Treason; Hiroko Mizuno PART II: THE DIALECTICAL INTERPLAY OF HISTORY AND MEMORY 5. Ukraine Faces Its Soviet Past: History vs. Policy vs. Memory; Volodymyr Kravchenko 6. History and Responsibility: On the Debates on the Sh?wa History; Naoki Sakai 7. Widukind or Karl der Große? Perspectives on Historical Culture and Memory in the Third Reich and Post-war West Germany; Peter Lambert PART III: PLURALIZING MEMORIES: FRAGMENTED, CONTESTED, RESISTED 8. The Suppression and Recall of Colonial Memory: Manchukuo and the Cold War in the Two Koreas; Suk-Jung Han 9. Accomplices of Violence: Guilt and Purification through Altruism among the Moscow Human Rights Activists of the 1960s and 1970s; Barbara Walker 10. Consuming Fragments of Mao Zedong: The Chairman's Final Two Decades at the Helm; Michael Schoenhals 11. The Lived Space of Recollection: How Holocaust Memorials are Conceived Differently Today; Jörg Gleiter
This volume explores the politics of memory involved in 'coming to terms with the past' of mass dictatorship on a global scale. Considering how a growing sense of global connectivity and global human rights politics changed the memory landscape, the essays explore entangled pasts of dictatorships.

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