Subjective pasts and the imaginative power of the image in Bucarest, la memòria perduda and Nedar

Loxham, Abigail (2012). Subjective pasts and the imaginative power of the image in Bucarest, la memòria perduda and Nedar. In Kathy Bacon and Niamh Thornton (Ed.), The noughties in the Hispanic and Lusophone world (pp. 130-141) Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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Author Loxham, Abigail
Title of chapter Subjective pasts and the imaginative power of the image in Bucarest, la memòria perduda and Nedar
Formatted title
Subjective pasts and the imaginative power of the image in Bucarest, la memòria perduda and Nedar
Title of book The noughties in the Hispanic and Lusophone world
Place of Publication Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9781443841009
1443841005
Editor Kathy Bacon
Niamh Thornton
Chapter number 7
Start page 130
End page 141
Total pages 12
Total chapters 11
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The first decade of the new millennium has seen Spain pass the controversial ley de la recuperación de memoria histórica [law for the recovery of historic memory]. Unsurprisingly, this has led to a cultural re-examination not only of the silenced stories of those the victors wanted to erase from their version of history but, and significant here, also probing assessments into the function of memory and its role in the culture of a country newly anxious to admit the polyphony of histories previously ignored. [extract]
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Institutional Status UQ

 
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Created: Thu, 03 Jan 2013, 13:39:32 EST by Dr Abigail Loxham on behalf of Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies