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" History, because it is an intellectual and secular production, calls for analysis and criticism. Memory installs remembrance within the sacred; history, always prosaic, releases it again. Memory is blind to all but the group it binds. "
Race Music: Black Cultures from Bebop to Hip-Hop - Page 1
by Guthrie P. Ramsey - 2003 - 294 pages
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History and Memory in African-American Culture

Genevieve Fabre Professor of American Literature University of Paris, Robert O'Meally Professor of English and African-American Studies Columbia University - Social Science - 1994 - 336 pages
...symbolic— responsive to each avenue of conveyance or phenomenal screen, to every censorship or projection. History, because it is an intellectual and secular...it again. Memory is blind to all but the group it binds—which is to say, as Maurice Halbwachs has said, that there are as many memories as there are...
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History and Memory in African-American Culture

Genevieve Fabre, Robert O'Meally - Social Science - 1994
...symbolic— responsive to each avenue of conveyance or phenomenal screen, to every censorship or projection. History, because it is an intellectual and secular...it again. Memory is blind to all but the group it binds—which is to say, as Maurice Halbwachs has said, that there are as many memories as there are...
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The Seductiveness of Jewish Myth: Challenge or Response?

S. Daniel Breslauer - Religion - 1997 - 317 pages
...reconstruction, always problematic, incomplete, of what is no longer. History is representation of the past. History, because it is an intellectual and secular production, calls for analysis and criticism. At the heart of history is a critical discourse that is antithetical to a spontaneous memory. History...
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Cultural Memory and the Construction of Identity

Dan Ben-Amos, Liliane Weissberg - History - 1999 - 333 pages
...the past. Memory, insofar as it is affective and magical, only affects those facts that suit it. ... History, because it is an intellectual and secular...production, calls for analysis and criticism.. . . Memory takes root in the concrete, in spaces, gestures, images and objects; history binds Itself strictly...
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Cultural Memory and the Construction of Identity

Dan Ben-Amos, Liliane Weissberg - History - 1999 - 333 pages
...the past. Memory, insofar as it is affective and magical, only affects those facts that suit it. ... History, because it is an intellectual and secular...production, calls for analysis and criticism. . . . Memory takes root in the concrete, in spaces, gestures, images and objects: history binds itself strictly...
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History, Memory, and the Law

Austin Sarat, Thomas R. Kearns - History - 2009 - 328 pages
...appropriation. . . . [H]istory, on the other hand, is the reconstruction ... of what is no longer. . . . History, because it is an intellectual and secular production, calls for analysis and criticism. ... At the heart of history is a critical discourse that is antithetical to ... memory. 51 Acts of...
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Locations of Literary Modernism: Region and Nation in British and American ...

Alex Davis, Lee M. Jenkins - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 296 pages
...Shorter Poems (London: Faber and Faber, 1968), p. 206. 27 See Nora, 'Between Memory and History', p. 9: 'Memory installs remembrance within the sacred; history, always prosaic, releases it again . . . Memory takes root in the concrete, in spaces, gestures, images, and objects; history binds itself strictly...
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Shaping Losses: Cultural Memory and the Holocaust

Lori Hope Lefkovitz - History - 2001 - 239 pages
...past. Memory, insofar as it is affective and magical, onlyaccommodates those facts that suit it. - . . History, because it is an intellectual and secular production, calls for analysis and criticism” (8—9). Saul Friedlander challenges this clear-cut opposition, arguing instead that historical consciousness...
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Forging a Singaporean Statehood, 1965-1995: The Contribution of Japan

Robin Ramcharan - Law - 2002 - 375 pages
...- responsive to each avenue of conveyance or phenomenal screen, to every censorship or projection. History, because it is an intellectual and secular...prosaic, releases it again. Memory is blind to all but to the group it binds - which is to say ... that memory is by nature multiple and yet specific; collective,...
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Voices of Collective Remembering

James V. Wertsch - History - 2002 - 202 pages
...is “unconscious of its successive deformations, vulnerable to manipulation” (p. 8). In contrast, “history, because it is an intellectual and secular production, calls for analysis and criticism. . . At the heart of history is a critical discourse that is antithetical to spontaneous memory” (pp....
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