Vol 3, No 2 (2014)

https://doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2014.v3.i2


Faces and Traces of Violence: Memory Politics in Global Perspective

Francisco Ferrándiz, Marije Hristova, Lee Douglas, Zoé de Kerangat (editors)

Table of Contents

Editorial

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Faces and traces of violence
Francisco Ferrándiz
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Dossier

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Poster Gallery
Asunción Gaudens, Jorge Morales
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Violence and the politics of memory in a global context: An overture
Marije Hristova, Lee Douglas, Zoé de Kerangat, Francisco Ferrándiz
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Remembering a sociology of Human Rights
Daniel Levy, Natan Sznaider
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Dark, bloody and savage: Twentieth-century European violence and its narratives
Javier Rodrigo
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Communism’s “Bright Past”: Loyalty to the Party despite the Gulag
Nanci Adler
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“Hungary 70”: Non-remembering the Holocaust in Hungary
Andrea Pető
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Dictatorship and revolution: Socio-political reconstructions of collective memory in post-authoritarian Portugal
Manuel Loff
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Missing in Mexico: Denied victims, neglected stories
Sylvia Karl
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Oradour-sur-Glane: On the emergence of a glocal site of memory in France
Eva Léger
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Extremadura: Behind the material traces of Franco’s repression
Laura Muñoz Encinar, Julián Chaves Palacios
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The archives of terror and mourning in contemporary Spain
Alfonso Manuel Villalta Luna
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Mass graves gone missing: Producing knowledge in a world of absence
Lee Douglas
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When memory becomes heritage: Experiences from Santiago, Chile
Maria Chiara Bianchini
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Articles

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“Ala y Raíz”. Identity and nationalism in Cuba during the Republic period through Revista de Avance (1927-1930)
Manuel Ramírez Chicharro
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Writing on History

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Transnational history. What lies behind the label? Some reflections from the Early Modernist’s point of view
Bartolomé Yun Casalilla
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