Administrations of Memory

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  • Sara Dybris McQuaid (Redaktør)
  • Sarah Gensburger, Institut des Sciences sociales du Politique, CNRS, Frankrig
The ambition for the special issue is for memory studies to gain a firmer understanding of the governmental and technocratic co-production of political languages for memory as they are themselves shaped in the policymaking process by (trans)national institutional practices and bureaucratic conduits. In turn, political science approaches on the whole may gain from a firmer appreciation and conceptualization of the structures and carriers of collective memory in and across particular political cultures, which may also lead to more reflexive policy instrumentation and programming in contemporary societies trying to deal in and with the past.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagSpringer Link
Vol/bind32
Udgave2
Antal sider125
ISBN (Trykt)0891-4486
ISBN (Elektronisk)1573-3416
StatusUdgivet - 1 jun. 2019
SerietitelInternational Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society
ISSN0891-4486

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