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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...
From Lacaune to the College of Castres: Memories of a Jewish child in the aftermath of the war
Mademoiselle Valletta and Raymonde La maisonnette, where they lived very little, far from the street, in the trough and away, as if she had wanted to be forgotten. Everything we could see was a ground floor. Such as a doll or bedding house. Inserted between other houses plus allure copiers. Discreet...
Clio into question : metahistorical drama in Spain (1980-2010)
In the context of postmodernism, history writing has become a crucial issue. Called “epistemological turn” by historians and “metahistorical fiction” by writers, such a tendency is the proof of a “metahistorical awareness” which arises nowadays in Western societies as a whole, inviting to consider h...
Children as Protectors: The Conditions of Parenthood in a Political Prison in Iran
This article describes the condition of childhood and parenthood in Evin, one of the most notorious political prisons of the Islamic Republic of Iran. To contextualize, it offers a brief account of the events and forces that led to the severe political suppression of the 1980s. Shortly after the rev...
The Russian-Lithuanian wars (XVI-XVIIe) between the sources of the time and today’s historians
Resumer Lorench describe the wars, historians do not fail to impresse and emouse their auditors by reporting on the suffering inflicted on civilians. In most cases, they simply reproduce their sources, creating anger, indignation and chagrin. These stories are undoubtedly based on real facts. But ar...
Promenade Along the Coast: Paul Nash and Dave McKean Revisit Dymchurch
This paper examines the specificity of the coastline as a natural, cultural and medial boundary and interface. It focuses on how the motif of the coastline is depicted and remediated in the works of English artists Paul Nash and Dave McKean: between 1919 and 1925, as he was coming to terms with the...
Nostalgia, autobiographical memories and brand strategy: Marketing to the post–World War I generation
Memories of the Great War collectors: know how to save and transmit
Publication: Lives of objects, memories of the Great War
Béatrice Fleury Jacques Walter Cent years after the first fighting, the memory of the Great War still lives in families thanks to ‘souvenirs’ and sometimes painful anecdotes. In Metz, the University Library of Saulcy held an exhibition for them from October to December 2014, seeking the assistance o...
“I am happy to tell you, because I have never been asked to do so”. Armeniographies of conscripts in Algeria
There are testimonies of the Algerian war seen and experienced by the contingent soldiers: novels, memories, films, photographic reports, comic strips. Are these various documents self-explanatory or not? In most cases, they are not in the strict sense [...]. Moreover, it is likely that they will ha...
Become a descendant of the defeat of the Spanish war. Memory break and report to politics
‘titrebSummary’/titrebSince the late 1990s, a saturated memory of civil war (36-39) crosses Spanish public space. This situation is partly caused by ‘movements for the recovery of historical memory’, a nebulous association claiming the duty of memory of the defeat. The field study of the actions, re...
Memories of the Spanish Civil War: transmission, Rehabilitation and Use, Europe-Latin America
Memories divided: Resistance and war against civilians in Italy
The article presents the research carried out in Italy over the last decade on what has been called “the divided memory of Resistance”. The act of founding and legitimising the Italian Republic born after the war, the Resistance was fixed in an image of Épinal, which celebrated the unity of the Ital...
¿Verdugo, héroe o víctima? Memorias de un rondero campesino ayacuchano (Perú)
Intellectual peasant, political leader and founder of the militia of Ocros in the 1980s, the Zorro is an emblematic figure of the vicissitudes and ambiguities intrinsic to the internal armed conflict. The heroic narrative he built of himself and its role in this period articulates political and reli...
“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...
International affairs from the perspective of Luxembourgish and Czechoslovak Jewish witnesses
The contribution is part of the dissertation entitled Cultural and Educational Activities of the Jewish Minority in Czechoslovakia and Luxembourg after World War II. Interviews completed the survey among the members of the 2nd and 3rd Jewish post-war generations and the reflection of archival resear...
Crystallisation of extraneous memories: the colonial war in the post-memory writing of Paulo Faria
In Paulo Faria’s writing, the appropriation of the foreign memories of the Portuguese colonial war in Africa takes place in two complementary but autonomous areas. First, the starting point for Faria’s fictional writing is the crystallisation, in writing and writing, of the father’s memory of the co...
Memories of the Trojan War: the performance of the épic past in Homero Odyssey
Text und Holocaust
The author analyses diaries, memories, memories, chronologies, reports and letters produced in and around the Warsaw Ghetto during the Second World War and the German occupation. It examines the generic nature and the specific status of these texts, which try to put it in words, which is generally c...
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...
Introduction to: Théodore Labourieu, Organisation of Artistic Labour in France, Paris, E. Dentu and the Centrale, 1863
These extracts from texts follow on from the chapter ‘Legal unit and social value of arts applied at the dawn of industrialisation’, in L’Art social in France. From the Revolution to the Great War, under Dr N. McWilliam, C. Méneux, J. Ramos, Rennes, PUR, 2014, pp. 79-94. The introduction and choice...
The memory of the Rwandan genocide two decades after ‘Rwandawrite by memory’: psychological unrest and duty of justice for an ‘example’ in Eugene Ebodé ‘magnificent’
In July 1998, led by Festt’Africa festival, African writers stayed in Rwanda for a written residence on ‘Rwanda: writing in memory’. The works resulting from this project responded to the silence of the African elites that followed this crime against Africans’ humanity perpetrated by Africans. In co...
Chinese workers during the Great War in France: sacrificed life memories
Tribute to Dr. Denis Mukwege
Tribute to Dr. Denis Mukwege As a researcher in the intersection between Culture Studies and Memory Studies, and as a member of a research line dedicated to culture, art and conflict, I felt honored to be invited to participate in the scientific committee of the “War Memories 2020: Sharing War Memor...
Public memories of Risorgimento in liberal Italy. A historical pathway
This article provides an overview of recent studies which, in close dialogue with European historiography, have questioned the relationship between the construction of the public memory of Risorgimento and the political and cultural nationalisation of Italians. Our review focuses on production for t...