Vol 6, No 1 (2020)

‘Defending Memory’: Exploring the Relationship Between Mnemonical In/Security and Crisis in Global Politics

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Special Issue Introduction


‘Defending Memory’: Exploring the Relationship Between Mnemonical In/Security and Crisis in Global Politics Details     pdf
Dovile Budryte, Erica Almeida Resende, Douglas Becker 5-19

Special Issue


Mnemonic Insecurity: The German Struggle with New Trends of Radicalization Details     pdf
Sybille Reinke de Buitrago 21-49

Trauma or Nostalgia? ‘The Past’ as Affective Ontological Security Seeking Playground in the South Caucasus Details     pdf
Susanne Szkola 51-112

Burial, Reburial, and the Securing of Memory Details     pdf
Jessica Auchter 113-137

Transitional Justice And Memory Politics In Contemporary Ethiopia Details     pdf
Yohannes Gedamu 139-166

Research Articles


Drone Warfare and the Obama Administration’s Path-Dependent Struggles on Human Rights and Counterterrorism Details     pdf
Tom De Groot, Salvador Santino Jr. Fulo Regilme 167-201

Book Reviews


Memory and Securitization in Contemporary Europe, edited by Vlad Strukov and Victor Apryshchenko (eds.). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, pp. 284 Details     pdf
Priya Sara Mathews 203-206

Memory Laws, Memory Wars: The Politics of the Past in Eu-rope and Russia, by Nikolay Koposov. Cambridge: Cam-bridge University Press, 2018, pp. xvi+322 Details     pdf
Jennifer Ostojski 207-211

European Memory in Populism: Representations of Self and Other, by Chiara De Cesari and Ayhan Kaya (eds.). Oxon, New York: Routledge, 2020, pp.xviii+302 Details     pdf
George Kordas 213-217


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