Diaspora and Memory. Figures of Displacement in Contemporary Literature, Arts and Politics.

    59,00 € 59,00 € 59.0 EUR

    59,00 €

    Option non disponible.

    Cette combinaison n'existe pas.

    Ajouter au panier


    Satisfait ou remboursé pendant 30j
    Livraison gratuite en France
    Achetez-le maintenant, soyez livré dans 2 jours

    Editeur Rodopi - Brill
    Distributeur Editions de Boccard

    Experiences of migration and dwelling-in-displacement impinge upon the lives of an ever increasing number of people worldwide, with business class comfort but more often with unrelenting violence. Since the early 1990s, the political and cultural realities of global migration have led to a growing interest in the different forms of “diasporic” existence and identities. The articles in this book do not focus on the external boundaries of diaspora – what is diasporic and what is not? – but on one of its most important internal boundaries, which is indicated by the second term in the title of this book: memory. It is not by chance that the right to remember, the responsibility to recall, are central issues of the debates in diasporic communities and their relation to their cultural and political surroundings. The relation of diaspora and memory contains important critical and maybe even subversive potentials. Memory can transcend the territorial logic of dispersal and return, and emerge as a competing source of diasporic identity. The articles in this volume explore how, shaped by the responsibilities of testimony as well as by the normalizing forces of amnesia and forgetting and political interests, memory is a performative, figurative process rather than a secure space of identity.

    Book Broché
    Nbr Pages Arabes 207
    Collection Thamyris /Intersecting: Place, Sex and Race
    ISBN 13 978-90-420-2129-7
    Type Nom