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Traumatisme et mémoire culturelle

France et mondes francophones

[Trauma and Collective Memory: France, Africa, Caribbean]

Ed. by Segler-Meßner, Silke / Treskow, Isabella von

Series:De Gruyter Handbook

    149,95 € / $172.99 / £136.50*

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    June 2019
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    Aims and Scope

    In the francophone world of the 20th and early 21st centuries, collective violence, trauma and mediatization interact with each other. World Wars, wars of independence and decolonization, the Shoa, exile, migration and terrorism cause traumas which are mediatized in text and image, but also in commemorative rites, music, the press or museums. This volume provides an analysis of these media as well as a presentation of the theoretical framework.

    Contains contributions by:

    Nathalie Maillard, Montreál (Canada); Richard Rechtman, EHESS, Paris (France); Boris Cyrulnik, Bordeaux (France); Catherine Wermester, Paris I, Sorbonne (France); Rémi Dalisson, Rouen (France); Pierre Schoentjes, Gent (Belgium); Vincent Marie, Nîmes (France); Christian von Tschilschke, Siegen (Germany); Nathalie Piégay, Paris VII, Diderot (France); Peter Kuon, Salzburg (Austria); Dominique Trouche, Toulouse (France); Christian Delage, Institut d’histoire du temps présent, Université Paris VIII (France); Fransiska Louwagie, Leicester (UK); Yoram Mouchenik, Paris XIII (France); Annelise Schulte-Nordholt, Leiden (Netherlands); Esther Kilchmann, Hamburg (Germany); Catherine Milkovitch-Rioux, Clermont-Ferrand (France); Sarah Kouider Rabah, Université Lounici Ali de Blida (Algeria); Nikolaus Müller-Schöll, Frankfurt am Main (Germany); Susanne Gehrmann, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany); Olivier Barlet, Paris (France); Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, Saarbrücken (Germany); Alexandre Dauge-Roth, Bates College, Lewiston (USA); Anja Bandau, Hannover (Germany); Thiam Cheikh, Ohio State University (USA); Françoise Naudillon, Concordia (Canada); Isaac Bazié, Montréal (Canada); Nicolas Violle, Clermont-Ferrand (France); Isabelle Galichon, Pau/Bordeaux (France)


    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    Approx. 400 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Reference Work
    Trauma; Collective Memory; 20th-Century History; 21st-Century History; Francophone Cultures
    Academics (Literary, Cultural and Romance Studies, History)

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    Silke Segler-Meßner, Hamburg University, Germany; Isabella von Treskow, Regensburg University, Germany.

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