31 January 2011

New issue of Memory Studies available now

Special issue: Social Memory and Historical Justice

Chris Healy and Maria Tumarkin (eds.)

Chris Healy and Maria Tumarkin. Social memory and historical justice: Introduction

Ben Gook. Being there is everything!

Tess Burton. Painful memories: Chronic pain as a form of re-membering

Laura Basu. Memory dispositifs and national identities: The case of Ned Kelly

Hariz Halilovich. Beyond the sadness: Memories and homecomings among survivors of ‘ethnic cleansing’ in a Bosnian village

Anne Marie Monchamp. The other side of the story

Cecilia Sosa. On Mothers and Spiders: A face-to-face encounter with Argentina’s mourning

Jill Stockwell. Women’s affective memories of trauma and the transmission of emotional knowledge in Argentina

Lucas M. Bietti. ‘Piercing memories’: Empty spaces in the histories of Argentinean families - personal reflections

David Watson. Wild Ryde

Paul Reade. Circumnavigating La Realidad

Yves Laberge. Book review: Marta Anico and Elsa Peralta (eds) Heritage and Identity: Engagement and Demission in the Contemporary World, Museum Meanings. Abingdon: Routledge, 2009. xii + 196 pp. ISBN: 9780415453363

J. Olaf Kleist. Book review: Joachim Baur Die Musealisierung der Migration. Einwanderungsmuseen und die Inszenierung der multikulturellen Nation. Bielefeld: Transcript 2009, 408 pp. ISBN 9783837612646

Michael H. Connors. Book review: M.R. Bennett and P.M.S. Hacker History of Cognitive Neuroscience. West Sussex: Wiley, 2008. 312 pp. ISBN 9781405181822

Christina Simko. Book review: Didier Fassin and Richard Rechtman, trans. Rachel Gomme The Empire of Trauma: An Inquiry into the Condition of Victimhood. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2009. 305 pp. ISBN 9780691137537

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