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Author Resina, Joan Ramon, author.

Title The ghost in the constitution : historical memory and denial in Spanish society / Joan Ramon Resina.

Published Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  946.08 RESI    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 332 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone cultures ; [15]
Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone cultures ; 15.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-321) and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Historical Memory and the Limits of Retrospection -- 2.Why Memory? Reflections on a Politics of Mourning -- 3.Memory and Imputation -- 4.Denial and the Ethics of Memory -- 5.Warming Up for the War: The Cultural Transmission of Violence in Spain since the Early Twentieth Century -- 6.Guernica as a Sign of History -- 7.Delenda est Catalonia: The Unwelcome Memory -- 8.Allez, Allez! The 1939 Exodus from Catalonia and Internment in French Concentration Camps -- 9.The Corpse in One's Bed: Merce Rodoreda and the Concentrationary Universe -- 10.Transatlantic Reversals: Exile and Anti-History -- 11.The Weight of Memory and the Lightness of Oblivion: The Dead of the Spanish Civil War -- 12.Between Testimony and Fiction: Jorge Semprun's Autobiographical Memory -- 13.It Wasn't This: Latency and Epiphenomenon of the Transition -- 14.Window of Opportunity: The Television Documentary as After-Image of the War --
Contents note continued: 15.Anachronism and Latency in Spanish Democracy -- 16.Negationism and Freedom of Speech -- 17.Exhaustion of the Transition Pact: Revisionism and Symbolic Violence.
Subject Collective memory -- Spain.
Spain -- History -- 20th century.
ISBN 1786940221