Commemoration as Conflict: Space, Memory and Identity in by S. McDowell,M. Braniff

By S. McDowell,M. Braniff

McDowell and Braniff discover the connection among commemoration and clash in societies that have engaged in peace methods, trying to unpack the ways that the practices of reminiscence and commemoration impression efforts to convey armed clash to an finish and even if it may even reactivate clash as political conditions change.

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