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Remembering Socialism, Living Post-Socialism Gender, Generation and Ethnicity DANIELA KOLEVA We seem to live in an age where grand narratives have already lost their power. However, in a sense, perhaps our time does have a “grand narrative” of its own – the one of coping with the past. Issues of remembering and dealing with prob- lematic pasts are equally salient for post-Holocaust, post-communist, post- apartheid, post-conflict, post-genocide contexts; questions of memory and identi- ty are equally central for nations, institutions, localities and

2. »The Global March to Socialism« Der New Deal und die Anfänge des amerikanischen Konser vativismus Im kollektiven, generationenübergreifenden Gedächtnis politischer Bewegun- gen bleibt der Moment ihrer Gründung noch lange gespeichert. Besonders gilt dies für politische Formationen, die sich angesichts einer akuten äußeren Bedrohung oder im Augenblick der moralischen oder gesellschaftlichen Ab- wehrstellung formieren. Sie kultivieren noch lange das Unterlegenheitsgefühl, inszenieren sich weiterhin, auch wenn sie längst zur faktischen Mehrheit avan- ciert

Neighborhood Socialism: A Memoir from 1960s Sofia Ivaylo Ditchev Considering socialism through the lens of territory, rather than that of property or production, allows us to interpret it as an ambiguous way of modernizing—while protecting spaces from modernization at the same time. The capitalist economy, on the other hand, breaks up local communities, creating first national, then global markets in which “natives” and “aliens” are supposed to compete on equal terms. Here, borders fade away alongside regional privilege, resulting in a state of perma- nent

Socialism in One Person: Specter of Mar x in Octavio Paz’s Political Thought1 Yvon Grenier If infl uence is omnipresent in literature, it is also, one should emphasize, always secondary in any work of quality. Salman Rushdie2 When reminiscing on his intellectual and political itinerary, Octavio Paz (1914-98) never failed to recognize his debt to Karl Marx. He routinely presents the German philosopher (he would say: historian) as one of the two or three thinkers who infl uenced him the most (see for instance Paz 1994d: 258). In the fi fteen tomes of his

161 Voice Politics: Establishing the ‘Loud/Speaker’ in the Political Communication of National Socialism CORNELIA EPPING-JÄGER In the following essay, I want to make a case for my thesis that in Germany during the years 1932-1936, a large media experiment was conceived and conducted by the NSDAP as a result of which— combined with the networked dynamics of technological research and the political system—the dispositive ‘loud/speaker’1 was estab- lished as an apparatus of discourses that was centered around the mass-communicative distribution of the

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