Citations with the tag: COLLECTIVE memory
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- �Die Dreikaiserecke� Als Element Des Sozialen Gedachtnisses Der Einwohner Von Myslowitz.
Odoj, Grzegorz // Cesky Lid: etnologicky casopis; 2010, Vol. 97 Issue 2, p167
For the inhabitants of the town of Myslowic acquires special importance the place called �Triangle of the Three Emperors�, where in the years 1845-1918 intersected the borders of three empires - Russia, Austria and Prussia. The threefold boundary represented for many decades the sphere of...
- GUEST EDITORS' COMMENTS.
Levin, Irene; Lenz, Claudia; Hennum, Nicole; Wetlesen, Tone Schou // Journal of Comparative Family Studies; May/Jun2011, Vol. 42 Issue 3, preceding p303
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including cultural memories and families, family rituals in South Africa, and differing research traditions concerning family memory.
Levin, Irene; Lenz, Claudia; Hennum, Nicole; Wetlesen, Tone Schou // History & Memory; Spring/Summer2011, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p1
The table of contents for the March 2011 issue of "History & Memory" is presented.
Levin, Irene; Lenz, Claudia; Hennum, Nicole; Wetlesen, Tone Schou // History & Memory; Spring/Summer2011, Vol. 23 Issue 1, pi
The table of contents for the March 2011 issue of "History & Memory" is presented.
- Introduction: Landscapes of Violence: Memory and Sacred Space.
Schramm, Katharina // History & Memory; Spring/Summer2011, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p5
The article discusses various published reports within the issue, including examinations of sites memorializing violence in Croatia, Israel, Ghana and Germany.
- REVISING TIME IN CULTURAL RESEARCH.
Harro-Loit, Halliki; K�resaar, Ene // TRAMES: A Journal of the Humanities & Social Sciences; 2010, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p303
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Elzbieta Halas on the role of time in social phenomena and cultural sociology, one by Halliki Harro-Loit and Ene K�resaar on television news and cultural...
- A whole lotta fakin' going on?
Harro-Loit, Halliki; K�resaar, Ene // Stimulus: The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought & Practic; Aug2010, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p38
A correction to the article "Great Balls of Fire: A Comment on 'Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin on'" that was published in the May 2010 issue of the journal "Stimulus," Volume 18 Number 2, is presented.
- Introduction Dynamics of Memory in Twenty-first Century Germany.
Langenbacher, Eric; Niven, Bill; Wittlinger, Ruth // German Politics & Society; Winter2008, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p1
The article discusses reports published within the issue on German collective memory and national identity, including one by Ruth Wittlinger on Angela Merkel and the focus of Germany on the memory of the Holocaust, another by Alexandra Kaiser on German remembrance days and the politics of...
Donelan, Kate; Sinclair, Christine // NJ: Drama Australia Journal; 2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p5
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Prue Wales on collective memory-work and another by Kennedy Chinyowa on the aesthetic of African theatre for development practice using the ethnography of performance.
- Editors' Introduction.
Hack, Arien; Hirst, William // Social Research; Spring2008, Vol. 75 Issue 1, preceding p1
A preface for the March 2008 issue of the journal "Social Research" is presented.
- POSTMARKED North Dakota.
Rubin, Cynthia Elyce // North Dakota Horizons; Spring2013, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p11
The article focuses on the introduction, development and evolution of postcards which were once the most modern form of communication for many years. The popularity of postcards which started in Europe in 1900 increased in the U.S. By mailing postcards, people went into a frenzy called postal...
Hegasy, Sonja; Dennerlein, Bettina // Journal of Middle East Women's Studies; Winter2012, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
An introduction is presented in which the journal's theme of gender differences in collective memory of historical events is discussed.
- CONCEPCIONES CULTURALES, G�NERO Y MIGRACI�N ENTRE MAYAS YUCATECOS EN CANC�N, QUINTANA ROO.
ROSALES MENDOZA, ADRIANA LEONA // Estudios de Cultura Maya; 2009, Vol. 33, p105
This article presents elements of symbolic discourse that contribute to the maintenance of cultural memory in Peninsular Mayan immigrants to Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. I refer to certain (rituals, legends and conceptions) that allow immigrants of this ethnicity to continue reproducing and...
- Book reviews.
Schmitt, Hans A. // Journal of Military History; Jan98, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p215
Reviews the book `Forging the Collective Memory: Government and International Historians Through Two World Wars,' edited by Keith Wilson.
Schmitt, Hans A. // AIBR. Revista de Antropolog�a Iberoamericana; sep-dic2010, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p369
No abstract available.
- Youth Festivals and Museums: The Cultural Politics of Public Memory in Postcolonial Mali.
Arnoldi, Mary Jo // Africa Today; Summer2006, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p55
Public memory practices are essentially political, and in postcolonial Mali, as elsewhere in Africa, the state's cultural agenda have involved a refocusing and revalorizing of the precolonial past through both performance and material culture. In postcolonial Mali, youth festivals and the...
- Spiral Man.
Mims, Kevin // Vocabula Review; Oct2007, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p95
A personal narrative is presented which discusses the author's use of scribe and pen in documenting his remarkable experiences and memories.
- Shorter Notices.
Dutton, D. J. // English Historical Review; Nov98, Vol. 113 Issue 454, p1367
Reviews the book `Forging the Collective Memory. Government and International Historians through Two World Wars,' edited by Keith Wilson.
- Archaeology, Memory and Oral Tradition: An Introduction.
Jones, Siân; Russell, Lynette // International Journal of Historical Archaeology; Jun2012, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p267
This paper serves as an introduction to this special edition of the International Journal of Historical Archaeology on the theme of archaeology, memory and oral history. Recent approaches to oral history and memory destabilise existing grand narratives and confront some of the epistemological...
- MIEJSCA PAMIĘCI I PAMIĘĆ ZBIOROWA WE WSPÓŁCZESNEJ KULTURZE.
Krysiak, Magdalena // Przeglad Zachodni; 2012, Issue 1, p312
This article is a synopsis of the scholarly conference "Miejsca pamięci i pamięć zbiorowa we współczesnej kulturze," which was held on December 9, 2011, at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland (AMU). The event was organized by the Institutes of Ethnology and Cultural...
- VERDAD HIST�RICA Y PERD�N. EL CASO ALEM�N, 1945-2009.
Matus G., Mario // Cuadernos Judaicos; 2011, Vol. 28, p31
This article places the issue of forgiveness, and of self-forgiveness specifically, in a particular historical environment, such as Germany from the second postwar period to the present. Its purpose is to explore the many obstacles for genuine self-forgiveness in an extreme case of collective...
- Generations, Political Status, and Collective Memories in the Chinese Countryside.
Jennings, M. Kent; Ning Zhang // Journal of Politics; Nov2005, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p1164
Interviews with a probability sample of villagers and with local cadres in four counties are used to explore their collective memories based on self-reports about the most important events over the past half century. As expected, public events dominate these memories, with the cadres citing...
- Collective memories in Britain and the United States.
Scott, Jacqueline; Zac, Lilian // Public Opinion Quarterly; Fall93, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p315
In this article we investigate the events and changes that the British and American public regard as important. We argue that national differences in perceptions of past events and changes might lead to different evaluations of recent history. Our data are from a 1990 probability sample of...
- On victims and heroes: Spatial referents and social models in self-representation of the anti-Franco workers movement.
Hurtado, Javier T�bar // International Journal of Iberian Studies; 2010, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p123
In this article I suggest that individual memory is selective causing gaps in collective memory that need to be analysed and interpreted in order to understand how communities shape their past. I will illustrate my argument by presenting autobiographical accounts of different members of the...
- Can the Memory of a Historical Uprising Reduce Transitional Uncertainty?: A Comparative Study of Hungary and the Former Soviet Union.
Yankova, Gergana // Demokratizatsiya; Spring2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p183
The author explores how incumbents form their preferences when regime types change. The author juxtaposes the perceptions of the Hungarian and the Soviet Communist Party hard-liners during the transition from Communism in 1989-91. During this time, the memory of a historical uprising reduced the...
- La naci�n, entre la deconstrucci�n y la anestesia.
Delannoi, Gil // Trayectorias; ene-jun2009, Vol. 11 Issue 28, p5
This work reflects on the situation and probable evolution of the nation in the European context. Nowadays, the nation is between two tendencies: a) a tendency to deconstruction, meaning the dismantling of the national form; b) a tendency to anesthesia, that is to say, to a supposed...
- PART TWO: Politics of Memory and Historiography.
Kenan, Orna // Between Memory & History; 2003, p37
Part 2 of the book "Between Memory & History" is presented. It focuses on Hakibbutz Hameuchad and Hakibbutz Ha'artzi, two movements that became centers for the study of Shoah. It is indicated that the history of Shoah was written by displaced persons (DP) camp survivors, who described the...
- Memorialization and Its Discontents: America's First Lynching Memorial.
APEL, DORA // Mississippi Quarterly; Winter2008/Spring2009, Vol. 62 Issue 1/2, p217
The article presents an overview of the development of the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial of Duluth, Minnesota, a monument erected to commemorate and mourn the lynching of three African Americans in 1920. An account of the lynching events themselves is provided, along with discussion of the...
- Other echoes in the garden.
Hassan, Jamelie // Humanities Research; 2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p127
The article discusses the application of testimony and cultural memory to environmental problems in Saskatchewan, Canada. The author applies visual materials to narrate stories of places and countries. It mentions her billboard project "Linkage" which motivated anti-nuclear activists to support...
- Socialine atmintis ir �iuolaikine lietuviu tautine tapatybe.
�utiniene, Irena // Lithuanian Ethnology: Studies in Social Anthropology & Ethnology; 2008, Issue 8, p31
The article concerns the question of connections between the changing narrative of Lithuanian National history and Lithuanian national identity. How does the erosion of the meta-narratives and other contemporary changes of social memory transform the role of national past in the constant...
- Exemplary or Singular? The Anecdote in Historical Narrative.
Stefanovska, Malina // Substance: A Review of Theory & Literary Criticism; 2009, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p16
This article talks about anecdotes in historical narratives. Here anecdotes portrayed a clear image of social practices, showed the back stage of official historiography and the relationship of cause to effect. It is believed that telling anecdotes functioned as a way of tightening the community...
- THE MESSY BUSINESS OF REMEMBERING: HISTORY, MEMORY, AND ARCHIVES.
Greene, Mark A. // Archival Issues: Journal of the Midwest Archives Conference; 2003/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p95
While some archivists may question the relevance of the seemingly esoteric discussion of postmodernism to the practical work of our profession, this article argues for postmodern analysis being deeply relevant to archivists�to everything from our acquisition decisions to how we view and relate...
- The Library and Its Place in Cultural Memory: The Grande Biblioth�que du Qu�bec in the Construction of Social and Cultural Identity.
MaLennan, Birdie // Libraries & the Cultural Record; 2007, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p349
The article examines the pivotal importance of libraries in the development, preservation and transmission of cultural memory and social identity in Qu�bec. The debate over a public library in Montr�al turned vicious when a law to establish a public library in place was officially ratified...
- Sacred Sites of the Sakha People.
Vinokurova, Ulyana A.; Dambaeva, Liliia P. // Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia; Winter2008/2009, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p38
The article focuses on how sacred sites are defined and maintained by the people in Sakha, Russia. According to the authors, the Sakha people believes that humans are children of nature and their native land is part of their living soul and worldview. The sacred sites and the rituals associated...
- URBAN STRATEGIES AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY. AN UPPER-MIDDLE CLASS MUNICIPALITY IN THE GRAND PARIS PROJECT.
FIJALKOW, Yankel // Journal of Urban & Regional Analysis; 2010, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p7
This article proposes a theoretical point of view in order to show the importance of the collective memory and the urban narrative in the strategic approach of the urban project. The capacity of a municipality to build a local narrative joining the past, the memory and the project, is examined...
- Visible Voices of Asylum Seekers -- the Art of Vietnamese Boatpeople in Hong Kong.
LAW, Sophia Suk-mun // International Journal of Humanities & Social Science; Jan2012, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p81
Art, as a kind of visual language, can substitute what language is unsuited. This is particular true for people who are undoing extreme adversity. In the late 1980s, there were as many as 50,000 Vietnamese asylum seekers living in detention camps in Hong Kong. These people lived in a prison-like...
- National Memory: The Duty to Remember, the Need to Forget.
Koven, Ronald // Society; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p52
This article examines the struggle of France over which memories should make up their history. Throughout much of its past, France, more than most other countries, has been engaged in actual or cold civil wars punctuated by more or less long periods of national reconciliation that have required...
- The Abuses of Memory: Reflections on the Memory Boom in Anthropology.
Berliner, David // Anthropological Quarterly; Winter2005, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p197
This article discusses the concept of memory and its emergence in anthropology studies as of 2005. Studies of memory have blossomed in the humanities. In anthropology in particular, a vast number of scholars are occupied with research about memory. Anthropology of Memory has become a respected...
- Embodied Domestics, Embodied Politics: Women, Home, and Agoraphobia.
Jacobson, Kirsten // Human Studies; Mar2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p1
goraphobia is commonly considered to be a fear of outside, open, or crowded spaces, and is treated with therapies that work on acclimating the agoraphobic to external places she would otherwise avoid. I argue, however, that existential phenomenology provides the resources for an alternative...
- Practical Truths: Black Feminist Agency and Public Memory in Biographies for Children.
VanderHaagen, Sara // Women's Studies in Communication; Mar2012, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p18
Biographies are an influential, though understudied, aspect of Western educational culture and American public memory. This essay examines how juvenile biographies about Sojourner Truth portray her as a model of human agency for young readers. Specifically, the essay argues that biographies...
- El acto colectivo de recordar: historia y fantas�a en El esp�ritu de la colmena y El laberinto del fauno.
Ramos, Yvonne Gavela // Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (1475-3839); 2011, Vol. 88 Issue 2, p179
Partiendo del concepto de James Wertsch, 'collective remembering', propongo analizar El esp�ritu de la colmena (1973) y El laberinto del fauno (2006) como narrativas que mediatizan y reconstruyen el recordar colectivo de la Espa�a de la posguerra. Mediante el an�lisis de los elementos...
- A mem�ria hist�rica do Regime Militar em tr�s gera��es: conte�dos factuais e ju�zos cr�ticos.
de S�, Celso Pereira; de Castro, Ricardo Vieiralves; M�ller, Renato Cesar; Perez, Juliana Aieta; de Castro Bezerra, Fernando Cesar // Psicologia: Teoria e Pr�tica; jan-jun2008, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p36
Results from a research on the historical memory of Brazilian Military Regime, in Rio de Janeiro, are presented and discussed. Data were obtained through a questionnaire applied to 201 adult subjects, 207 aged ones, and 434 young ones. Data were analyzed upon the frequencies of distribution of...
- When two is too many: Collaborative encoding impairs memory.
Barber, Sarah J.; Rajaram, Suparna; Aron, Arthur // Memory & Cognition; Apr2010, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p255
Humans routinely encode and retrieve experiences in interactive, collaborative contexts. Yet much of what we know about human memory comes from research on individuals working in isolation. Some recent research has examined collaboration during retrieval, but not much is known about how...
- Cuando una crisis amenaza: un estudio sobre vivencias y percepciones de artesanos argentinos en per�odos de crisis socioecon�micas.
Busso, Mariana // Ci�ncias Sociais Unisinos; 2011, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p292
This article analyzes the atypical work during socio-economic crises by investigating the different forms of perception and appropriation of the crises and how they affect different areas of the lives of a particular group of "atypical workers", viz. the craftsmen. On the basis of a quantitative...
- The Heritage Trees.
McCoy, Spencer // This Land; 8/15/2012, Vol. 3 Issue 16, p11
The article offers the author's insights on heritage trees in the U.S. The author mentions that the Treaty Oak contains experiences, collective memory, and meaning and importance which were passed down from generation generation. The author states that the Survivor Tree, which rests in the...
- Guest Editor's Introduction.
Wertsch, James V. // Journal of Russian & East European Psychology; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p3
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including "Collective Memory: Patterns and Manifestations," by Rauf Garagozov and the article by Gulnar Gasimova on the historical roots of the study regarding Eastern and Western cultural differences.
- Introduction [to "Collective Memory: Patterns and Manifestations"].
Garagozov, Rauf // Journal of Russian & East European Psychology; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p13
An excerpt from the book "Collective Memory: Patterns and Manifestations," by Rauf Garagozov is presented.
- From Collective Memory to Transcultural Remembrance.
Graves, Matthew; Rechniewski, Elizabeth // PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies; Jan2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses collective memory and transcultural remembrance. It discusses the topic of memory study and defines the term transcultural remembrance. It also focuses on memory as practice, answering the question on the separation of individual memory, socio-cultural frameworks and...
- Mem�ria, alimenta��o e etnias.
Gomes Da Silva, Janine // Hist�ria Unisinos; set-dez2011, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p390
Within the locus eloquentia of gender studies and memory, this article presents some discussion on the quotidian and cooking on a number of rural roads in the area of Joinville city, northeastern Santa Catarina state, Brazil. Face the new concerns on cultural heritage preservation, as well as...
- rese�a bibliogr�fica TEXTOS VIVOS.
Gomes Da Silva, Janine // Revista Proyecto, Progreso, Arquitectura; may2012, p131
No abstract available.