Controversial monuments and memorials : a guide for community leaders / edited by David B. Allison.

Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2018]
xvi, 311 pages ; 23 cm.


American Association for State and Local History book series [More in this series]
Summary note
"This book addresses tough issues that museum professionals, public historians, and community leaders face with the challenges of competing historical memory, claims of heritage desecration and the ongoing scourge of racism"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • History as legend and myth as fact / David B. Allison
  • Confronting Confederate monuments in the twenty-first century / Modupe Labode
  • History, memory, and the struggle for the future / W. Todd Groce
  • Remembering the Civil War / David B. Allison
  • Memorializing the Confederate past at Gettysburg during the Civil Rights and Cold War era / Jill Ogline Titus
  • Tributes to the past, present, and future : World War I-era Confederate memorialization in Virginia / Thomas R. Seabrook
  • Don't call them memorials / Julian C. Chambliss
  • A lost cause in the bluegrass : two Confederate monuments in Lexington, Kentucky / Stuart W. Sanders
  • Challenging historical remembrance, myth, and identity : the Confederate monuments debate / F. Sheffield Hale
  • Empty pedestals: what should be done with civic monuments to the Confederacy and its leaders? / Civil War Times
  • From Columbus to Serra and beyond / David B. Allison
  • Native voices at Little Bighorn national monument / Gerard Baker
  • Should the statue of Theodore Roosevelt outside the American Museum of Natural History be removed? : A possible compromise / William S. Walker
  • Group behavior, self-examination and clearing the air around controversial issues / David B. Allison
  • Confederate memorials : choosing futures for our past, a veteran's perspective / George McDaniel
  • Speech upon the removal of Confederate statues from New Orleans, may 19, 2017 / Mitch Landrieu
  • A reflection of us : the Simpsons and heroes of the past / Jose Zuniga
  • "The struggle to overcome the negatives of the past" : Germany's Vergangenheitsbewältigung and South Africa's truth and reconciliation program / David B. Allison
  • "We as citizens." : approaches to memorialization by sites of conscience around the world / Linda Norris
  • Listening and responding to community : a long view / David B. Allison
  • Confederate statues at the University of Texas at Austin / Ben Wright
  • Honoring El Movimiento : the Chicano movement in Colorado / JJ Lonsinger Rutherford
  • Not what's broken ; what's healed : women in El Barrio and the healing power of community / Vanessa Cuervo Forero
  • Telling the whole story : education and interpretation in support of #1 in civil rights : the African American freedom struggle in St. Louis / Elizabeth Pickard
  • Project say something's whose monument project : not tearing down history, but building up hope / Brian Murphy.
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