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Writing Childhoods, Righting Memory

Intergenerational Remembrance in Post-communist Romania

Codruta Alina Pohrib

, they are seen as potentially disrupting the canonized forms of traumatic remembrances of communism. Intergenerational transmission of memory and childhood memories thus become embroiled in memory politics in contemporary Romania. This article traces

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Historical Perspectives – Theory and Practices

The Editors

that not only reawaken childhood memories of the comics themselves but also summon up deeper sensations of absence and loss. Furthermore, non-representational elements such as blotches and squiggles tend to evoke the intense emotion invested in the

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Keeping her Feet on the Ground

A Reader, her Texts, and the World

Teresa Strong-Wilson

way in which she theorizes her experiences, as, when in Paths, she draws on Wayne Johnston’s (2011) notions of the Murk, revisiting this notion later in the book once she and her readers have travelled through this opaque region of childhood memory

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Moshe Lavee

its connection with the concrete. Similarly, the personal journey, the concrete context of the individual, cannot be removed from the ideas and concepts he or she carries. 1 A childhood memory. I was playing in the grounds surrounding our neighbourhood

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Afsaneh Hojabri

Iranian heritage and/or represent a ‘post memory’ – a memory passed on to them through the force of their parents’ nostalgia ( Naghibi 2009: 87 ; 2016: 130 ). As such, childhood memories and the pre-revolutionary era, challenges of displacement and

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Wind of Change

Separating Heads and Bodies in Eastern Europe

Tanel Rander

the winds of change. Or the time before I started to sense those winds. People can speculate and fantasise a lot about their early childhood memories, but one day I might be the last person on Earth who remembers the Soviet Union. And then I am going

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Jonathan Magonet and Lionel Blue

. Figure 4 Lionel Blue, The Battle of Cable Street – a childhood memory The following interview was published in the Liberal Jewish Monthly , April 1965, and at the same time in the Synagogue Review , the journal of the Reform Synagogues of Great

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In Memoriam Rabbi Dr Lionel Blue OBE, 6 February 1930–19 December 2016

Rabbi Jonathan Magonet

companion on our own life’s journey. Notes 1 From Living Judaism (Spring 1980), 8–10. 2 A self-portrait painted probably during his studies at Oxford University; the Battle of Cable Street, based on his childhood memories of the event; a funeral at Hoop

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Benoît Crucifix

Petit Christian , while Pascal Matthey either redraws or reproduces panels from Tintin and Boule et Bill in small narratives of childhood memories that draw their title from comics phrases as Pascal est enfoncé or Du shimmy dans la vision . 36 In

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Introduction: World Knowledge and Non-European Space

Nineteenth Century Geography Textbooks and Children’s Books

Andreas Weiß

century, as it transposed a European educational model onto a non-European one. Then, an analysis of the childhood memories of the Bengali elite offers insight into the daily life of Calcutta, one of the most important cities of the British Empire. The