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History, memory, and identity

History, memory, and identity

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Published by Nelson Mandela Centre for African Culture, University of Mauritius in [Mauritius] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
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  • Slave trade -- Mozambique.,
  • Slavery -- Mauritius.,
  • Slavery -- Mozambique.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Vijayalakshmi Teelock and Edward A. Alpers.
    ContributionsTeelock, Vijaya., Alpers, Edward A., Nelson Mandela Centre for African Culture (Mauritius), Mauritius Research Council., University of Mauritius.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT1430.Z9 M455 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination236, vii p., [5] leaves of folded plates :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16906507M
    ISBN 109990390436
    ISBN 109789990390438
    LC Control Number2007382263

    New Book Explores History, Memory, and Racial Identity December 9, Jim Crow Wisdom: Memory and Identity in Black America since (University of North Carolina Press, ) by Yale Professor Jonathan S. Holloway (PhD , History) has . The book Historical Knowledge, Historical Error: A Contemporary Guide to Practice, Allan Megill is published by University of Chicago Press. All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK History, Memory, Identity Identity and the Memory Wave.

      History, Memory, and Identity I have been at UBC for a couple of months now (although it feels a lot longer), and in my ASTU class, we have been thoroughly discussing topics regarding history, memory, and how it all forms a person’s unique identity. "Everyone interested in historical memory or southern identity should read Where These Memories Grow."--Journal of Southern History "This book will intrigue anyone interested in the ways interpretations of southern history have affected individuals' identities and actions and will stimulate all historians to consider the hidden curricula in their books, exhibits, and monuments."

    Historiographical approach Time. Crucial in understanding cultural memory as a phenomenon is the distinction between memory and history. Pierre Nora ( -) put forward this distinction, pinpointing a niche in-between history and memory.. Scholars disagree as to when to locate the moment representation "took over". Reid criticizes Locke’s theory of personal identity for inferring a metaphysical hypothesis now called the Memory Theory from the conceptual connection between memory and personal identity. On this theory, personal identity consists in memory; sameness of memory is metaphysically necessary and sufficient for sameness of persons.


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Ships from and sold by : The University of North Carolina Press. History, Memory, and Identity in Post-Soviet Estonia: The End of a Collective Farm (Oxford Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology)Cited by: memory Oxford University Press, - History- pages.

0Reviews. Located in the world of a former collective farm in Estonia, Sigrid Rausing's book describes the changing identity of memory Swedish speaking minority in Estonia under pre-Soviet and Soviet rule, its new post-Soviet dependence on Sweden, and its current attempt to restore a Swedish cultural identity.

History, memory, identity Show all authors. Allan Megill. Allan Megill. such that both history and memory are seen as inadequate. In this way one avoids both the arrogance of a would-be definitive history and the 'arrogance of authenticity' that all too often accompanies claims for memory.

Book Review: Cultural Memory Studies: An Cited by: By tracing the evolution of specific memory cultures in two successor countries of the Fascist/Nazi regime (Italy and Germany) and the impact of structural changes upon them, the book investigates wider democratic processes, particularly concerning the conservation and transmission of values and the definition of identity on different levels.

Book Review: Retrieving History: Memory and Identity Formation in the Early Church Moyer Hubbard Journal of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care 1, Author: Moyer Hubbard.

"This is a wonderful book, beautifully written and painstakingly researched. Pamela Ballinger has crafted a work that will stand on its own for years to come. Her prose is lively, at times lyrical, and conveys the rich complexity of identity, memory, and loss in contemporary contexts marked by the traumatic legacy of.

Memory and Identity book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this volume, Pope John Paul II speaks for the first time on 4/5. Book Description. History, Memory and Public Life introduces readers to key themes in the study of historical memory and its significance by considering the role of historical expertise and understanding in contemporary public reflection on the past.

History, memory and identity have been long-standing aspects of our work in various regions. We believe that they are the basis for future cooperation and peaceful cohabitation between societies.

They can be used to further escalate a conflict, or to build peaceful relationships. History, memory, and identity. [Mauritius]: Nelson Mandela Centre for African Culture: University of Mauritius, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Vijaya Teelock; Edward A Alpers; Nelson Mandela Centre for African Culture (Mauritius); Mauritius Research.

By tracing the evolution of specific memory cultures in two successor countries of the Fascist/Nazi regime (Italy and Germany) and the impact of structural changes upon them, the book investigates wider democratic processes, particularly concerning the conservation and transmission of values and the definition of identity on different by: A volume from the Evangelical Ressourcement series, Stefana Laing's Retrieving History issue a compelling and welcome invitation to listen to the witnesses of the past to recognize that lies before those in the present.

Spanning the period from the apostles to Chalcedon, Laing explores the lives and writings of both men and women of the ancient church in order to encourage reads to understand Brand: Baker Academic.

Memory and Identity is the last book written by Pope John Paul II. It was published in The work consists of 26 chapters, each opening with a short narrative paragraph, sometimes including one or more questions. The rest of the chapter consists of the Pope's answers or reactions to the opening paragraph.

Book Description: Diaspora, Memory, and Identity is an exciting and innovative collection of essays that examines the nuanced development of theories of Diaspora, subjectivity, double-consciousness, gender and class experiences, and the nature of home.

This book provides a concise and innovative history of Italian migration to Australia over the past years. It focuses on crucial aspects of the migratory experience, including work and socio-economic mobility, disorientation and reorientation, gender and sexual identities, racism, sexism, family life, aged care, language, religion, politics, and ethnic : Palgrave Pivot.

In the decade after World War II, up toethnic Italians were displaced from the border zone between Italy and Yugoslavia known as the Julian March. History in Exile reveals the subtle yet fascinating contemporary repercussions of this often overlooked yet contentious episode of European history.

Pamela Ballinger asks: What happens to historical memory and cultural identity when state 2/5(1). Retrieving History: Memory and Identity Formation in the Early Church. and the genre of church history proper. Stefana Dan Laing shows that exploring the lives and writings of both men and women of the ancient church helps readers understand how Christian identity is rooted in the faithful work of preceding generations.

Her book also. The editors [of History, Memory, and Jewish Identity] sought to - and succeeded in - bringing together important studies demonstrating how the past has been a source of memory and a means to shape This volume presents a welcome contribution to an ongoing debate about the relationship between history and memory and the ways the past shapes present mentalities and future prospectsCanadian.

The PhD paper became the basis of her book History, Memory, and Identity in Post-Soviet Estonia: The End of a Collective Farm and the experience itse Philanthropist Sigrid Rausing is perhaps best known as the publisher of Granta Magazine and Granta Books/5.

This paper examines intersections of history and memory in recent writings by Anne Enright to map out differences, however subtle, in the English original texts and their German translations.

The argument demonstrates that translations can.The book Ghosts of the African Diaspora: Re-Visioning History, Memory, and Identity, Joanne Chassot is published by Dartmouth College Press.The question of how to move beyond contentious pasts exercises societies across the globe.

Focusing on the Northern Irish case, Memory, Identity, Politics examines how historical injustices continue to haunt contemporary lives, and how institutional and juridical approaches to 'dealing' with the past often give way to at best a silencing consensus and at worst a re-marginalizing of victims.