Re: [xmca] social memory

From: Paul Dillon <phd_crit_think who-is-at>
Date: Sun Dec 30 2007 - 11:36:33 PST

thanks mike,
  i wrote the request befrore googling and now see there's a huge amount of stuff out there. the paper you sent on the malagasy rebellion seems especially appropriate.

Mike Cole <> wrote:
  One such paper is attached. There is a subsequent book and several articles
if anyone wants to follow up.

On Dec 30, 2007 10:58 AM, Paul Dillon

> A general question for any bibliographic help .
> I am advising a student preparing his bachillerato (5 year program)
> thesis. He wants to study how memories of significant events (in this case
> events during the period of political violence here during the 80s) are
> transmitted between the generation that experienced them and the generation
> following. He also would like to explore how this affects "identity" but I
> have suggested that he simply focus on the transmission of the memories of
> events that affected the entire group of community members with whom he's
> working. I suspect that questions of identity (us/them) will emerge in the
> process of exploring this process.
> So, could anyone help me with some biblio references in this direction?
> Thank you in advance.
> Paul
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