This wideranging multidisciplinary collection highlights the centrality of representations for the study of peace and conflict. Its analysis covers topics as diverse as British soldiers' photographic records, social identity in Northern Ireland; memory work; the South African Truth & Reconciliation Commission; the London memorial to the Women of World War II and protest songs in the popular music charts. These studies are written by an array of internationally influential authors, as well as emerging scholars, from a range of social science and humanities disciplines including cultural studies; geography; history; linguistics; media studies; peace studies; religious studies and social psychology. This rich and varied volume constitutes a timely engagement with matters pertaining to how peace and conflict are represented in many unique forms.
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