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  • Nombre del audiolibro: Making Peace With the Past?: Memory, Trauma and the Irish Trouble s
  • Autor del audiolibroGraham Dawson
  • Fecha de publicación: 6/11/2011
  • EditorialMANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • IdiomaInglés
  • Género o ColecciónHistoria
  • ISBN: 9780719056727
  • Valoración del audiolibro: 7.07 de un máximo de 10
  • Votos: 694
  • Autor(a) de la reseña: Mucio Peredo
  • Reseña valorada con una puntuación de 7.84 de un máximo de 10
  • Fecha reseña: 8/9/2018
  • Duración: 2 horas con 8 minutos (85.5 MB)
  • Fecha creación del audiolibro: 17/07/2018
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  • Duración del resumen (audio): 13 minutos (9 MB)
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  • Descripción o resumen: This book explores the psychic, cultural, and political ramifications of memory within the Irish Troubles. It investigates the traumatic impact of the violence perpetrated since 1969; the antagonistic cultural narratives of memory fashioned and mobilized in this context within public and private arenas; and the conflicts, paradoxes, and contradictions involved in "coming to terms with the past," both before and during the Irish peace process initiated in 1993-94. The study focuses on personal and collective remembrance within two particular locations: the Unionist communities along the Irish Border, and nationalist Derry. It traces the formation from below of competing public narratives, one concerned with the "ethnic cleansing" of Protestants by the Irish Republican Army, the other with British state violence on Bloody Sunday; and analyzes their subjective roots in specific experiences of fear and loss, their role in ideological struggle, and their complicated relation to private, familial, and individual remembering.

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