Monument culture : international perspectives on the future of monuments in a changing world / edited by Laura A. Macaluso.

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Book
Language
English
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Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2019]
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Series
American Association for State and Local History book series [More in this series]
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"Section 1: Monument Culture: Leading Essay Chapter 1 Homage to Charlottesville: A Familiar Essay Alex Vernon Section 2: Monument Culture: Land, People, and Place Chapter 2 Implications of Erasure in Polynesia Carmen S. Tomfohrde Chapter 3 Monuments in Antarctica: Commemoration of Historic Events or Claims for Sovereignty? Ingo Heidbrink Chapter 4 Phnom Penh¿s Independence Monument and Vientiane¿s Patuxai: Complex Symbols of Postcolonial Nationhood in Cold War¿Era Southeast Asia Roger Nelson Chapter 5 Enshrining Racial Hierarchy through Settler Commemoration in the American West Cynthia C. Prescott Section 3: Monument Culture: Trauma/Violence and Reconciliation/Reparations Chapter 6 In Defense of Historical Stains: How Clean Approaches to the Past Can Keep Us Dirty Dan Haumschild Chapter 7 Repairing and Reconciling with the Past: El Ojo que Llora and Peru¿s Public Monuments ; usta Carranza Ko Chapter 8 Ruptures and Continuities in the Post-Apartheid Political and Cultural Landscape: A Reading of South African Monument Culture Runette Kruger Chapter 9 Beyond Ruins: Borgoño¿s Barracks and the Struggle over Memory in Today¿s Chile Basil Abdelrazeq Farraj Section 4: Monument Culture: Migration and Identity Chapter 10 Iconoclasm and Imperial Symbols: The Gough and Victoria Monuments in Ireland and the British World, 1880¿1990 Derek N. Boetcher Chapter 11 Monuments of Refugee Identity: Pain, Unity, and Belonging in Three Monuments of Cappadocian Greeks Zeliha Nilüfer Nahya and Saim Örnek Chapter 12 Kindertransports in National and International Memory Amy Williams Chapter 13 A Cubist Portrait of Christopher Columbus: Studying Monuments as Transcultural Works Chiara Grilli Section 5: Monument Culture: Ambiguities and Alternatives Chapter 14 Visible Differently: Roni Horn¿s Vatnasafn/Library of Water as Memorial Elliot Krasnopoler Chapter 15 Monuments and Other Things That Change: Several Attempts at Titling a Photograph Masha Vlasova Chapter 16 Illegal Monuments: Memorials between Crime and State Endorsement Nauskiaä El-Mecky Chapter 17 Transnational Social Media Monuments, Counter Monuments, and the Future of the Nation-State Johnny Alam Section 6: Monument Culture: Strategies and Actions Chapter 18 Citizens as Walking Memorials: Rethinking the Monument Genre in the Twenty-First Century Tanja Schult Chapter 19 Exhibiting Spectacle and Recasting Memory: Commemorating the First World War in New Zealand Kingsley Baird Chapter 20 Dealing with a Dictatorial Past: Fascist Monuments and Conflicting Memory in Contemporary Italy Flaminia Bartolini Chapter 21 Avoiding Iconoclasm: How the Counter Monument Could Settle a Monumental Debate Scott McDonald Section 7: Monument Culture: Closing Essay Chapter 22 On Creating a Useable Future: An Introduction to Future Monuments Evander Price."
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web.
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Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 17, 2019).
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  • 9781538114162 (electronic book)
  • 153811416X (electronic book)
LCCN
2019002471
OCLC
1083154524
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