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Indianisation and depoliticisation of the victims of the war in Peru. The example of the OOW Memorial
The OOW Memorial was made a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru (1980-2000). He is the work of artist Lika Mutal in coordination with various human rights activists and is a continuation of the work carried out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). The anniversa...
Memory and history of the Great(er) War and India: from a national-imperial to a more global perspective
This essay explores memorial and historiographical aspects of British India in World War One. In India today there is little interest in either commemorating or researching the topic. In the West, there is growing interest in the contribution of Indian troops and the commemorations of the Great War...
Valley with Bachir, story of an erased memory
The Valse animated long film with Bachir (86 ', 2008) by Israeli director Ari Folman is a semi-biographical narrative that reproduces an individual experience of the Lebanon war and the massacre of Sabra and Chatila. In its registration between documentary and fiction, Valse with Bachir sees a proce...
Seminar programme 2016-2017
Consult the ‘Traces of War’ seminars of the University of Caen taking place in the Caen Memorial from 14: 00 to 17: 00. January takes place in Paris and is organised in collaboration with the University of Paris I seminar.
Writing history and literary gestures: the production of historical knowledge at Javier Cercas and Daniel Mendelsohn
The purpose of this memory is to look at the novels Le Monarque des shadow (2017) by Javier Cercas and The Lost (2006) of Daniel Mendelsohn to see how their authors produce knowledge about history, family memory and collective memory. Both authors write on their granduncles: the Grand oncle of Cerca...
“We are Peruvian and clean” Speeches and practices around the “El Ojo que Llora” monument in Llinque, Apurímac
On 3 July 2008, a monument to the victims of the Peruvian internal armed conflict was inaugurated in the rural community of Llinque (Apurímac). This article analyses how the communes of Llinque evoke and build the past in the present and through this monument. In the face of the official history of...
Memory, Movement, Mobility: Affect-full Encounters with Memory in Singapore
International audience Memory, movement and mobility characterise our everyday being. Our bodies are in constant processes of motion: our body remembers movement. Memory of movement, of and in the body, is key to our capacity to move, even if we are not aware that we are remembering movement. Mobili...
Between history and memory. Publications of Polish ‘emblandsmanshaftn’/emb Jewish in post-war France
`titrebBetween History and Memory. The Publications of Polish-Jewish landsmanshaftn Societies in post-War France`/titrebUntil the 1960s, landsmanshaftn societies included more than 10,000 families in Paris alone, or three-quarters of Yiddish-speaking Jews. Composed mainly of Holocaust survivors, the...
Monuments and film-monuments: On the place of works of art in the collective representations of the Vietnam war in the United States
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn a generic way, we have called ‘memory entrepreneurs’ the individuals who aim to change the ‘collective memory’ of a social entity such as a nation. Starting from the case of the memory of the Vietnam war in the United States, we have tried to show that this company of constr...
The ‘Albanian colony’ in Paris in the interwar period
through the example of these Albanians in Paris, it can be seen that a group or community of migrants is not necessarily uniform and even that it is composed of different strata that do not always communicate with each other. Talking about an Albanian colony is first and foremost putting a label on...
Dale County War Memorial Library
Dale County War Memorial Library, Ozark, Alabama. Large beautiful library serves Dale County and is headquarters for Dale, Henry and Pike County with five member libraries and two bookmobiles. Has large book collection, attractively furnished rooms and is center of varied communities activities. Bui...
‘Our’ vs. ‘Inherited’ Museums. PiS and Fidesz as Mnemonic Warriors
The Polish and the Hungarian governing party, PiS and Fidesz, are mnemonic warriors who had already tried to enforce their memory politics during their first government terms, as their flagship museums, the Warsaw Rising Museum, opened in 2004, and the House of Terror in Budapest, opened in 2002, sh...
Semana Santa and Re-catholization in Huelva. An Approach to the Symbolic Construction of Early Francoism
This paper deals with an approach to Huelva’s Semana Santa during the most intense years of the ‘re-catholization’ project in Francoism. Said project was carried out in the city by Francoist authorities and the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. Huelva’s Semana Santa was used for the creation and rep...
Some Challenges of Creating a New Brand of Serbian Tourism: Case Study – The Republic of Užice
Throughout the national history, the southwestern Serbia has been considered as a strong communist center during the National War of Liberation under the authority of Tito, the Communist Party and the ideology of communism holders. This period is presented by the memorial complexes, squares, the Fir...
Malvinas, entre dictadura e Independencia: la historia argentina en los discursos de CFK
This article aims to analyze Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s (CFK) commemorative speeches about Malvinas, delivered during her tenures as Argentinian President (2007-2015). By adopting Discourse Analysis as an interpretative practice (Arnoux, 2006), we will enquire into the discourse strategies wit...
The Valle de los Caídicos: ruin and its evocations
Our purpose is to reflect on the concept of ruin and its evocations from a memorial space such as the Valle de los Caajados, a few kilometres away from Madrid (Spain), which generated a strong political and social controversy in the country in 2019. Based on four distinct approaches, but which are l...
Architects as Memory Actors: Ruins, Reconstructions, and Memorials in Belgrade
This article examines the reshaping of Belgrade’s memorial landscape after the Second World War and after the 1999 NATO bombings, with a focus on the role of architects. As such, the paper shifts the scale of memory debates in two ways: first, from the national to the urban; second, from ‘classic...
This paper examines horror through works by three artists taking the sites and remains of extreme violence as their subject matters: Australian actress Kym Vercoe’s performance piece, “Seven Kilometres Northeast,”(2010) Bosnian director Jasmila Žbanić’s film based on the same piece, “For Those Who C...
S’attacher/être attaché au biou
In the year 2011 in the Arbois city of the Jura departement, the town council and the vine growers expressed their strong desire to apply for their vine and wine-growing celebration called the biou, to be registered on the representative list of humanity intangible cultural heritage. Under the close...
Un exemple d’archéologie de l’aéronautique : la fouille de l’épave du bombardier de Fléville-devant-Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle)
In 1997, the wreck of a World War Two bomber was unearthed near Fléville-devant-Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle). This archaeological excavation was a pioneering experience and some of its results were unexpected. The artefacts discovered during the excavation and also the study of historical records serv...
Great war, ethics of Vidovdan, memory
Beginning with a characterization of contemporaneity (dominance of the financial sector and high technology, politicization of economy, ideological use of culture and control of the capacity for thought) and a brief analysis of expansionism (political, economic, cultural) on the eve of the Great War...
Die Inszenierung der Toten. Italienische Kriegsgräberstätten im Alpenraum als Mittel faschistischer Propaganda
For the self-perception of the Kingdom of Italy, founded as late as 1861, the soldiers killed in action during WW I played a particular role. The war memorials built for them along the front between the Stelvio Pass and the Isonzo River, the frontier to the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, are a case...
Bourreaux et victimes ? La difficile identité collective des Allemands au prisme du cinéma germanophone
West-Germany, then reunified Germany, accepted the judicial and moral heritage of the 3rd Reich; as such its identity built up on the memory of Nazi crimes, particularly the holocaust. The Germans themselves paid a heavy toll to the war of aggression, the flight and the expulsion of 14 millions of p...
Totenhügel und Waldfriedhöfe – die Gräber und Friedhöfe für gefallene Wehrmachtssoldaten während des Zweiten Weltkriegs zwischen individueller Gräberfürsorge und nationalsozialistischem Totenkult
The German soldiers who fell during the Second World War were buried in large cemetery complexes throughout Europe. Construction and design guidelines drawn up by the Wehrmacht itself put national socialist ideology into a concrete form, furthering the myth of sacrifice for the fatherland. Hitler ap...
Categorización étnica, conflicto armado interno y reparaciones simbólicas en el Perú post - Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación (CVR)
This article questions the key role of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR) in the return of the "indigenous" category, again in use in the national public arena of the 21st century. We analyze its influence on the reparations policies and their repercussions on the forms of identi...