- Zum Buch
DetailsRemembering Diversity in East-Central European Cityscapes Based on up-to-date field material, this issue focuses on the palimpsest-like environments of East-Central European borderland cities. The present shapes and contents of these urban environments derive from combinations of cultural continuities and political ruptures, present-day heritage industries and collective memories about the contentious past, expressive material forms and less conspicuous meaning-making activities of human actors; they evolve from perpetual tensions between the choices of the present and the weight of the past. The contributors address a set of key questions: What is specific about the transnationalization of memory in these urban public spaces? What are the political rationales and ramifications of the different approaches taken to the legacies of perished population groups in different cities? How do these approaches relate to European dimensions of memory and the "European vector" of identity-making of the contemporary urban populations?
- Stimmen zum Buch
Stimmen zum Buch“the most accomplished comparative reflection to date” on the topic of Soviet Afghan war veterans—Anna Colin Lebedev (SciencesPo), Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies (PIPSS) 18 (2017), reviewing Felix Ackermann and Michael Galbas (eds.), “Back from Afghanistan: The Experiences of Soviet War Veterans”, special section in JSPPS 1:2 (2015).
Lieferzeit 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days Autor/-in Bo Larsson, Natalia Otrishchenko, Juliet D. Golden, Hana Cervinkova, Pawel Czajkowski, Anastasia Felcher, Alexandr Voronovici, Barbara Pabjan, Nadiia Bureiko, Teodor Lucian Moga, Andrii Nekoliak, John M. Callahan, Robert H. Greene, Vinicius Silva Santana, Angelo Vito Panaro, George Kordas, Elliot Evans-Dolan Herausgeber/-in Julie Fedor, Andrey Makarychev, Andreas Umland, Gergana Dimova, Eleonora Narvselius Anzahl der Seiten 376 Sprache Englisch Erscheinungsdatum 30.10.2019 Gewicht (kg) 0.4900 ISSN 2364-5334 ISBN-13 9783838213569