By Anne Fuchs (auth.)
Read Online or Download After the Dresden Bombing: Pathways of Memory, 1945 to the Present PDF
Similar media studies books
Mapping the resonances, dissonances, and linkages among the concept of Gramsci and Foucault to discover new instruments for socio-political and significant research for the twenty-first century, this ebook reassesses the widely-held view that their paintings is incompatible.
With discussions of Latin American progressive politics, indigenous knowledges, applied sciences of presidency and the educating of paediatrics in post-invasion Iraq, complexity concept, scientific anthropology and biomedicine, and the position of Islam within the transition to fashionable society within the Arab international, this interdisciplinary quantity provides the newest theoretical examine on diversified points of those thinkers’ paintings, in addition to analyses of the explicit linkages that exist among them in concrete settings.
A rigorous, comparative exploration of the paintings of 2 towering figures of the twenty-first century, Gramsci and Foucault: A Reassessment will entice students and scholars of social and political concept, political sociology, communique and media reports, and modern philosophy.
This full of life textual content compares assorted media--film and television--in various countries--Britain and the US--in an try and chart the altering courting among them and their relative prestige within the cultural sphere. Integrating ancient with textual research in a fruitful and wide-ranging demeanour, it focuses rather at the which means of tv by means of exploring the medium's building and illustration within the rival cultural expertise of movie.
Loss is an inescapable truth of existence, and participants have to advance a ability to grieve in an effort to mature and stay existence to the entire. but so much western motion picture audiences dwell in cultures that don't price this worthwhile method and filmgoers discovering themselves deeply moved via a specific movie are usually left pondering why.
Puerto Rican squaddies were constantly whitewashed out of the narrative of yankee heritage regardless of taking part in elements in all American wars on account that WWI. This booklet examines the web self-representation of Puerto Rican squaddies who served in the course of the warfare on Terror, concentrating on social networking websites, user-generated content material, and internet memorials.
- Media and Revolt: Strategies and Performances from the 1960s to the Present
- Birth of a Nation: The Story of a Newspaper in Kenya
- Where We Stand: Class Matters
- Contemporary Cultural Theory: An Introduction
- Puerto Rican Soldiers and Second-Class Citizenship: Representations in Media
Additional info for After the Dresden Bombing: Pathways of Memory, 1945 to the Present
The Swedish press reported the high death toll, the Dagens Nyheter in an article on the 16 February 1945 entitled ‘Inferno in Dresden’, followed the next day by the Svenska Morgonbladet which reported a figure of 100,000 casualties. 2 However, to establish this narrative much more was needed than the German propaganda apparatus could provide in 1945. The worldwide dissemination of this narrative depended hugely on a photographic iconography that entered the global imaginary soon after the end of the war.
The example of the Festschrift shows that the Dresden impact narrative resisted the orchestrated attempt to reappropriate its narrative horizon. The chapter concludes with a discussion of one of the most popular books about Dresden’s architectural heritage, Fritz Löffler’s Das alte Dresden (Old Dresden, 1956). Its popularity to this day illuminates the power of nostalgia as a sentiment that, while it is premised on experiences of historical dislocation, represses such ruptures by way of a continuity of longing.
11 However, as Brink argues, the intended acceptance of photographs as overwhelming evidence of the German viewers’ collective guilt was hindered by two elements that could not match the Germans’ perception of reality: They realized that what they saw was morally wrong, but they were also called upon to identify with the morally and militarily defeated nation. The camera position invited people to identify both with the gaze of the surviving prisoners who seemed to be crying out for compassion and with the shocked punishing gaze of the Allies.