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In this volume, 18 authors seek to answer the question of whether the memory of genocide, persecution, and structural violence can contribute to solidarity between different groups of victims, and what the epistemological and ethical boundaries of such commemoration might be. The contributions focus on the new Shoah remembrance in a century already marked by incipient geopolitical and biopolitical changes of considerable magnitude.
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