Att kommunicera det otänkbara
Docent Ivana Maček, Socialantropologiska institutionen, har skrivit kapitlet ”Communicating the Unthinkable: A Psychodynamic Perspective” som ingår i den kommande antologin ”Memory and Genocide. On What Remains and the Possibility of Representation”.
Fazil Moradi, Ralph Buchenhorst och Maria Six-Hohenbalken är redaktörer för boken ”Memory and Genocide. On What Remains and the Possibility of Representation” som publiceras i Routledge-serien Memory Studies: Global Constellations.
Om boken från förlagets hemsida:
This book focuses on ethical, aesthetic and scholarly dimensions of how genocide-related works of art, documentary films, poetry and performance, museums and monuments, music, dance, image, law, memory narratives, spiritual bonds, and ruins translate and take place as translations of acts of genocide. It shows how genocide-related modes of representation are rather acts of translation that, displace and produce memory and acts of remembrance of genocidal violence as inheritance of the past in a future present. Thus, the possibility of representation is examined in light of what remains in the aftermath, where the past and the future are inseparable companions, and the idea of the untranslatability of acts of genocide. By opening up the past and lived experiences of genocidal violence as and through multiple acts of translation that mark heterogeneous turns toward the future, this volume will be of interest to all scholars and students of memory and genocide studies, transitional justice, sociology, psychology, and social anthropology.
17 november 2016
Webbredaktör: Lina Lorentz
Sidansvarig: Socialantropologiska institutionen