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245 00 History|h[electronic resource] :|bmemory games /|cedited 
       by Georges Mink, Laure Neumayer 
260    Basingstoke :|bPalgrave Macmillan,|c2013 
300    1 online resource (296 p.) :|bill 
505 0  Introduction; G.Mink & L.Neumayer -- PART I: MOBILIZATIONS
       AROUND MEMORY: NEW ACTORS, NEW ISSUES -- Would-Be 
       Guardians Of Memory. An Association Of Camp Inmates Of The
       1992-1995 Bosnian War Under Ethnographic Scrutiny; 
       C.Jouhanneau -- The Russian Orthodox Church And 
       Reconciliation With The Soviet Past; K.Rousselet -- 'You 
       Still Live Far From The Motherland, But You Are Her Son, 
       Her Daughter'. War Memory And Soviet Mental Space (1945-
       2011); M.Venken -- Pilgrimages To The Edge Of The Fallen 
       Empire - An Anthropological Study Of Finnish And Hungarian
       Pilgrimages To World War II Memorials In Post-Soviet 
       Russia; E.Fisli & J.Parot -- Memory At The Margins: The 
       Shoah In Ukraine (1991-2011); S.Fainberg -- PART II: 
       MEMORY POLICIES AND HISTORICAL NARRATIVES: HOW DO STATES 
       DEAL WITH MEMORIES OF THE PAST? -- Elites' Games In The 
       Field Of Memory: Insights From Lithuania; I.Matonyte -- 
       The Chernobyl Nuclear Accident And Identity Strategies In 
       Belarus; T.Kasperski -- Dealing With The Past In Central 
       And Southern European Democracies: Comparing Spain And 
       Poland; F.Raimundo -- Institutions Of National Memory In 
       Post-Communist Europe: From Transitional Justice To 
       Political Uses Of Biographies (1989-2010); G.Mink -- PART 
       III: INTERNATIONAL NORMS AND 'GEOPOLITICS OF MEMORY' -- 
       Memory Wars And Reconciliation In The Ukrainian-Polish 
       Borderlands: Geopolitics Of Memory From A Local 
       Perspective; T.Zhurzhenko -- Memory Of The Soviet Union 
       And European Norms On Diversity As Rival Frames For Ethnic
       Boundary Making: A Case Study In Latvia's Russian-Speaking
       Schools; P.Bonnard -- Creating European Norms Of 
       Reconciliation: The Involvement Of The Council Of Europe 
       And The OSCE In The Controversy On The Hungarian 'Status 
       Law'; L.Neumayer -- The Rejection Of International 
       Criminal Law In West Germany After WWII; G.Mouralis -- 
       History As A Tool For Foreign Policy In The Baltic States 
       After Independence; P.Perchoc -- Conclusion; G.Mink & 
       L.Neumayer 
520    Twenty years after the end of communism, the history of 
       Central and Eastern Europe still sparks intense 
       discussions in the former Soviet bloc, as contested 
       memories, primarily about communist repression and WWII, 
       are relived. This volume goes beyond the state-centred 
       approach that so often characterises the study of memory-
       issues in post-communist countries and highlights two 
       interrelated factors that account for the recent 
       proliferation of memory games in Central and Eastern 
       Europe including, but not limited to, the growth in number
       of political and social actors who try to elaborate and 
       impose new memory norms into society and the 
       'internationalization' of conflicted memories. In contrast
       to a narrow understanding of 'transitional justice', this 
       collection of fourteen case studies situates conflicts 
       around painful histories within the 'ordinary' operating 
       of post-communist societies, concentrating on games played
       by political and administrative elites, activists and 
       professional groups in various local, national and 
       European venues 
588    Description based on print version record 
590    Palgrave 
650  0 Memory|xPolitical aspects|zEurope, Central 
650  0 Memory|xPolitical aspects|zEurope, Eastern 
651  0 Europe, Central|xHistory|y1989- 
651  0 Europe, Eastern|xHistory|y1989- 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Mink, Georges 
700 1  Neumayer, Laure 
710 2  Palgrave Connect (Online service) 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tHistory.|dBasingstoke : Palgrave 
       Macmillan, 2013|z0230354335|w(OCoLC)827787690 
856 40 |3Palgrave Connect|uhttp://www.palgraveconnect.com/
       doifinder/10.1057/9781137302052|zeBook(Palgrave)