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The Image and the witness : trauma, memory and visual culture / edited by Frances Guerin and Roger Hallas.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: P96.D62 .I43 2007

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    Overview

    Series
    Nonfictions
    Nonfictions.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    New York ; London : Wallflower Press, 2007
    Contents
    Portraits of presence : excavating traumatic identity in contemporary Catalan testimonies / Camila Loew
    Sound, image and the corporeal implication of witnessing in Derek Jarman's Blue / Roger Hallas
    Symbolic bodies, real pain : post-Soviet history, Boris Mikhailov and the impasse of documentary photography / Matthias Christen
    Re-collecting the collective : mediatised memory and the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Stephanie Marlin-Curiel
    Since we forgot : remembrance and recognition of the Armenian genocide in virtual archives / Leshu Torchin
    False witness : combat entertainment and citizen training in the United States / Karen J. Hall
    The grey space between : Gerhard Richter's 18. Oktober 1977 / Frances Guerin
    A game that must be lost : Chris Marker replays Alain Resnais' Hiroshima mon amour / Jonathan Kear
    The domestic vision of Vietnam home movies / Guy Westwell
    Constructing the image of postmemory / Tina Wasserman
    Haunting absences : witnessing loss in Doris Salcedo's Atrabilarios and beyond / Edlie L. Wong
    Picturing ruinscapes : the aerial photograph as image of historical trauma / Davide Deriu
    Not looking at lynching photographs / James Polchin
    Here and then : the act of remembering in Richard Dindo's documentaries / Marcy Goldberg
    Megatronic memories : Errol Morris and the politics of witnessing / Devin Orgeron and Marsha Orgeron.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Guerin, Frances.
    Hallas, Roger, 1970-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Portraits of presence : excavating traumatic identity in contemporary Catalan testimonies / Camila Loew -- Sound, image and the corporeal implication of witnessing in Derek Jarman's Blue / Roger Hallas -- Symbolic bodies, real pain : post-Soviet history, Boris Mikhailov and the impasse of documentary photography / Matthias Christen -- Re-collecting the collective : mediatised memory and the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Stephanie Marlin-Curiel -- Since we forgot : remembrance and recognition of the Armenian genocide in virtual archives / Leshu Torchin -- False witness : combat entertainment and citizen training in the United States / Karen J. Hall -- The grey space between : Gerhard Richter's 18. Oktober 1977 / Frances Guerin -- A game that must be lost : Chris Marker replays Alain Resnais' Hiroshima mon amour / Jonathan Kear -- The domestic vision of Vietnam home movies / Guy Westwell -- Constructing the image of postmemory / Tina Wasserman -- Haunting absences : witnessing loss in Doris Salcedo's Atrabilarios and beyond / Edlie L. Wong -- Picturing ruinscapes : the aerial photograph as image of historical trauma / Davide Deriu -- Not looking at lynching photographs / James Polchin -- Here and then : the act of remembering in Richard Dindo's documentaries / Marcy Goldberg -- Megatronic memories : Errol Morris and the politics of witnessing / Devin Orgeron and Marsha Orgeron.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781905674190
    1905674198
    9781905674206
    1905674201
    Physical Description
    ix, 263 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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