Volume 4 Issue 1-2 – Figurations of Postmemory

JLTS 4:1-2


Figurations of Postmemory: An Introduction – Emmanuel Alloa, Pierre Bayard, and Soko Phay

Small Acts of Repair: The Unclaimed Legacy of the Romanian Holocaust – Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer

Afterimages: Belated Witnessing in the Photographs of the Armenian Catastrophe – Emmanuel Alloa

Second Generation, Third Generation, and State Political Postmemory: The Holocaust and Its Literary Effects in Contemporary France – Frédérique Leichter-Flack

Polytraumatic Memory in the USSR: Where Does the Holocaust Fit? – Annie Epelboin

Missing Images of Genocide and Creation in Cambodia – Soko Phay

Genocide Drama and Affiliative Postmemory: Dorcy Rugamba’s Staging of The Investigation – Martin Mégevand

Collective Rape and Postmemory in Bosnia – Pierre Bayard

Speaking in Starts: Postmemory and the Archive – Michael G. Levine

Book Review

Sarah Clift, Committing the Future to Memory: History, Experience, Trauma – Sam Stuart-Booth

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