RES: [xmca] social memory

From: Joao Batista <jbmartin who-is-at>
Date: Sun Dec 30 2007 - 17:45:47 PST

Paul, this text can help...


Joćo Batista Martins
R. Pref. Hugo Cabral, 1062 - apto 142
CEP: 86020-111 - Londrina - PR - Brasil

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De: [] Em nome
de Paul Dillon
Enviada em: domingo, 30 de dezembro de 2007 16:59
Para: xmc a xmx
Assunto: [xmca] social memory

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.

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