An intriguing collection of essays offering a new way of understanding how the politics of space, time and memory are negotiated to bring people to terms with their history. Space, time and memory are addressed in relation to an event either of historical significance, like the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, or cultural significance, like the Indian preoccupation with reincarnation. Contributors include Akhil Gupta, Charles R. Hale Carina Perelli, Jennifer Schirmer, Daniel A. Segal, Charles Tilly, and Lisa Yoneyama.
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