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100 1  Savelsberg, Joachim J.,|d1951- 
245 10 American memories :|batrocities and the law /|cJoachim J. 
       Savelsberg and Ryan D. King 
260    New York :|bRussell Sage Foundation,|cc2011 
300    xxvi, 238 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
490 1  Rose series in sociology 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-229) and index
505 0  Introduction : how Maurice Halbwachs died and how we 
       remember him -- From law to collective memory : breaking 
       cycles of violence? -- What the literature tells us, and 
       unchartered terrain -- Constructing and remembering the My
       Lai massacre (with Rajiv Evan Rjan and Lacy Mitchell) -- 
       From Vietnam to Iraq : bridging metaphors, mnemonic 
       struggles, and haunting (with Jeremy Minyard) -- Slobodan 
       Milosevic through lenses of law, diplomacy, and media 
       reporting (with Courtney Faue and Yu-Ju Chien) -- The 
       shape of American memories and a German comparison -- From
       collective memory to law : theoretical interlude -- How 
       Aamerican memory shapes hate crime law and a German 
       comparison -- Commemorating injustice and implementing 
       hate crime law across jurisdictions in the United States -
       - Conclusions : atrocities, law and collective memory in 
       America and beyond 
650  0 Collective memory|zUnited States 
650  0 Atrocities|zUnited States 
650  0 War crimes|zUnited States 
700 1  King, Ryan D 
830  0 Rose series in sociology 
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