Trauma y memoria cultural: Hispanoamérica y España (De Gruyter Handbook)
Hispanic cultures are profoundly shaped by traumas caused by conquest, slavery, wars, dictatorship, guerilla rebellions, revolutions, migration, and exile. The contributions in this volume shed light on the correlations between violence and trauma as well as its (re)presentation in the media. In view of questions pertaining to cultural memory, the essays discuss texts, audiovisual genres, places of remembrance, architecture, museums, etc.
Contains contributions by:
Mónica Albizúrez, Hamburg (Germany); Jens Andermann, Zürich (Switzerland); Mauro Basaure, Santiago de Chile (Chile); Wolfgang Bongers, Santiago de Chile (Chile); Vittoria Borsò, Düsseldorf (Germany); Albrecht Buschmann, Rostock (Germany); Verena Dolle, Gießen (Germany); Liliana Ruth Feierstein, Berlin (Germany); Wilfried Floeck, Gießen (Germany); Liliana Gómez, Boston (USA); Ursula Hennigfeld, Düsseldorf (Germany); Dieter Ingenschay, Berlin (Germany); Pere Joan i Tous, Konstanz (Germany); Kirsten Kramer, Bielefeld (Germany); Angela Kühner, Frankfurt am Main (Germany); Ilse Logie, Gent (Belgium); Werner Mackenbach (Costa Rica); Kirsten Mahlke, Konstanz (Germany); Celina Manzoni, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Jorge Monteleone, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Alexandra Ortiz-Wallner, Berlin (Germany); Carolina Pizarro Cortés, Konstanz (Germany); Janett Reinstädler, Saarbrücken (Germany); Karen Saban, Frankfurt am Main/Heidelberg (Germany); Estela Schindel, Konstanz (Germany); Beatrice Schuchardt, Siegen (Germany); Roland Spiller, Frankfurt am Main (Germany); Nora Strejilevich, Buenos Aires/San Diego (Argentina/USA); Yasmin Temelli, Düsseldorf (Germany); Lorena Verzero, Buenos Aires (Argentina); Ulrich Winter, Marburg (Germany); Michael Zeuske, Köln (Germany)