Table of contents of issue no. 120 (Dutch/English)

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Editorial: Un supplément d'âme (Philippe Mesnard)

 

Agenda

 

Logbook

  • Paths of Glory (Gabriel Raichman)
  • Der Anständige Heinrich Himmler (interview with Vanessa Lapa)
  • Shell Shock. A Requiem of War (Daniel Weyssow)
  • Vasily Petrenko fulmineert in de 13e symfonie van Sjostakovitsj [Vasily Petrenko fulminates in Shostakovitch’s Symphony No. 13] (Jean-Luc Caron)
  • Collection ‘Les Musiciens et la Grande Guerre’ (Jean-Christophe Le Toquin)
  • The ARC Ensemble committed to Remembering the Forgotten (interview with Simon Wynberg)
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    Portfolio: A Beech Forest

     

    Interview: Herman Van Goethem (Kazerne Dossin), “Clearly, this museum constitutes a work of collective memory”

     

    Dossier: What future is there for the memory of the Armenian genocide?

    Under the direction of Philippe Mesnard

    • Presentation: 100 Years Later… A memory laboratory between Armenians and Turks?
    • On memory, identity, and genocide (Uğur Ümit Üngör)
    • Remembering the Armenian genocide in contemporary Turkey (Seyhan Bayraktar)
    • Een nieuwe golf [A new wave] (interview with Sila Cehreli)
    • Het Armeense bewustzijn in het Duits-Turkse discours [Armenian consciousness in the German-Turkish discourse] (Michael Hofmann)
    • Geheugen, weefsels en de esthetiek van de verplaatsing [On memory, textures and the aesthetics of displacement] (Marie-Aude Baronian)
    • Kinships Past, Kinship’s Futures (David Kazanjian)
    • Concise chronology
    • Selected bibliography

     

    Readings

    • Van ‘ondervonden’ genocide naar bevestigde etnocide. De Amerikaanse indianen en de grenzen van definities [From ‘experienced’ genocide to confirmed ethnocide. The American Indians and the limits of definitions] (Anne Garrait-Bourrier)
    • Rechtstreeks getuigen en getuigen aan de hand van sporen: Sarah Kofman, Hélène Berr en Dora Bruder in Parijs onder de Duitse bezetting [Direct witnessing and witnessing traces: Sarah Kofman, Hélène Berr and Dora Bruder in Paris during the German occupation] (Désirée Schyns)
    • Beyond Memory: Italy and the Holocaust (interview with Robert Gordon)
    • The (self?)liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp prisoners as viewed by German historians (Jean-Louis Rouhart)

     

    Dictionary

  • Communicative memory (Clotilde Coueille)
  • Passio Perpetuae et Felicitatis (Marco Formisano)
  • Perpetrator images (Vicente Biosca)
  • Survivance (Janine Altounian)
  • The apostle Thomas, called “the doubting Thomas” (Aurélia Kalisky)
  • Tourism and memory (Jessica Rapson)
  • Transnational memory (Ann Rigney)
  • Memorial site: Kommunarka (Luba Jurgenson)

 

    Memory laboratory

  • Rwanda (IV): Naamgeschiedenis: De functie van de antroponymie [Tracing history through names: the role of anthroponymy] (Rémi Korman)
  • België (II): Over fictie en waarheid, beeld en verbeelding in de hedendaagse roman over de Eerste Wereldoorlog [Fiction and truth, image and imagination in contemporary novels on the First World War] (Kris Peeters and Myrthel Van Etterbeeck)
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    Bookshelf

  • Britta Schilling, Postcolonial Germany: Memories of empire in a decolonized nation (Caterina Romeo)
  • Cristina Lombardi-Diop & Caterina Romeo (eds.), Postcolonial Italy: Challenging national homogeneity (Britta Schilling)
  • Henk van der Werf, Totalitaire ontsporing: Een analyse van de beschaving in de waancultuur van het Derde Rijk (Fabian Van Samang)
  • Hans Citroen & Barbara Starzyńska, Auschwitz-Oświęcim, Oświęcim-Auschwitz and Hans Citroen, Auschwitz – De Judenrampe, vergeten spoor (Christophe Busch)
  • Michael Wildt & Katrin Himmler, Heinrich Himmler, d’après sa correspondance avec sa femme, 1927-1945 (Colette Gutman)
  • David M. K. Sheinin, Consent of the damned: Ordinary Argentinians in the dirty war and Sebastián Carassai, The Argentine silent majority: Middle classes, politics, violence, and memory in the seventies (Paul Katz)
  • Bert Ingelaere, Stephan Parmentier, Jacques Haers & Barbara Segaert (eds.), Genocide, risk and resilience: An interdisciplinary approach (Susan Thomson)
  • Laure Marchand & Guillaume Perrier, La Turquie et le fantôme arménien (Jean-Pierre Pisetta)
  • Pierre Schoentjes, Fictions de la Grande Guerre. Variations littéraires sur 14-18 (Aurélia Kalisky)
  • Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich, Holocaust memory reframed: Museums and the challenges of representation (Sayma Khan)
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