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Gehrmann, Richard

Memory and the Wars on Terror

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Table of contents

1. Memory and the Wars on Terror
Jessica Gildersleeve, Richard Gehrmann

2. False Memories and Professional Culture: The Australian Defence Force, the Government and the Media at War in Afghanistan
Kevin Foster

3. The Limitations of Memory and the Language of the War on Terror in Australia, 2001–2003
Amanda Laugesen

4. Enemies of the State(S): Cultural Memory, Cinema, and the Iraq War
Richard Gehrmann

5. Remembering the Warriors: Cultural Memory, the Female Hero, and the ‘Logistics of Perception’ in Zero Dark Thirty

Christa Raalte

6. Remembering the First World War After 9/11: Pat Barker’s Life Class and Toby’s Room

Jessica Gildersleeve

7. Novel Wars: David Malouf and the Invention of the Iliad

Kezia Whiting

8.
In Extremis: Apocalyptic Imaginings in Janette Turner Hospital’s Post-9/11 Novels
Belinda McKay

9. ‘Shock and Awe’: The Memory of Trauma in Post-9/11 Artworks
Denise N. Rall

10. Bearing Witness to Injustice: Latin America, Refugees, and Memorialisation in Australia
Robert Mason

11. A Sense of Embattlement: Australian Jewish Community Leadership’s Response to 9/11
Dashiel Lawrence

12. Violent Femmes: Collective Memory After 9/11 and Women on the Front Line of Journalism
Rebecca Te’o

13. Death and the Maiden: Memorialisation, Scandal, and the Gendered Mediation of Australian Soldiers
Jessica Carniel

14. Reflecting on the Wars on Terror
Frank Bongiorno

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Australasian Culture, Memory Studies, Terrorism and Political Violence, Global/International Culture

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319569765
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-56975-8

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