After the Nation? Memory Work at Mauthausen Memorial in (Trans)National Perspective
This PAPER ENGAGES WITH CURRENT DEBATES IN MEMORY STUDIES REGARDING THE shifting nature of social memory production caused by ongoing processes of globalisation to discuss recent developments in educational programs at the Mauthausen Memorial. While memory scholars have challenged the conceptually restricting container of the nation-state (Welsch 194-5; Beck 23), this has also led, problematically, to a one-sided focus on transnational aspects of memory work. The ‘transnational’ has come...[Show more]
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