Dealing with the Past II: Memories of Political Violence

Conflict Resolution
 
Human Rights
 
Memory
 
Political Violence
 
Panel Number
P083
Panel Chair
Niall O Dochartaigh
National University of Ireland, Galway
Panel Discussant
Cheryl Lawther
Queen's University Belfast
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Time
07/09/2017 11:00
Location
Building: BL16 Georg Morgenstiernes hus Floor: 2 Room: GM 205
Abstract
This panel examines the ways in which political violence is remembered, represented and commemorated, as well as how it is forgotten. It deals with a number of distinct cases and addresses debates around identity and the functions of memorialisation, including its role in reconciliation and in the reproduction of hegemonic discourses.

Paper List


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Conflicting Representations of Political Violence in Italy, 1969 and After View Paper Details
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The Subtle Social Consequence of Civil Wars: Psychological Distress and the Transformation of Social Networks in Sri Lanka View Paper Details
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