By Danielle Drozdzewski,Sarah De Nardi,Emma Waterton
This publication bridges theoretical gaps that exist among the meta-concepts of reminiscence, position and id through positioning its lens at the emplaced practices of commemoration and the remembrance of battle and conflict.
This publication examines how assorted publics relate to their wartime histories via engagements with daily collective stories, in differing areas. particularly addressing questions of place-making, displacement and id, contributions shed new mild at the approaches of commemoration of warfare in daily city façades and within generations of households and nationwide groups. Contributions search to elucidate how we hook up with stories and locations of conflict and clash. The spatial and narrative manifestations of makes an attempt to contextualise wartime stories of loss, trauma, clash, victory and ache are refracted during the roles performed by means of emotion and id building within the shaping of post-war remembrances. This booklet bargains a multidisciplinary standpoint, with insights from background, reminiscence reviews, social psychology, cultural and concrete geography, to contextualise stories of conflict and their ‘use’ via nationwide governments, perpetrators, sufferers and in family members histories.
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Memory, Place and Identity: Commemoration and remembrance of war and conflict (Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity) by Danielle Drozdzewski,Sarah De Nardi,Emma Waterton