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Campos, Ângela - An Oral History of the Portuguese Colonial War, ebook

An Oral History of the Portuguese Colonial War

Campos, Ângela


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Ângela Campos
2. War Memory Theory
Ângela Campos
3. The Public Memory of the Portuguese Colonial War
Ângela Campos
4. Interviewing Ex-combatants of the Portuguese Colonial War
Ângela Campos
5. Experiences of War
Ângela Campos
6. Living the Aftermath

Roth, Chaya H. - The Fate of Holocaust Memories, ebook

The Fate of Holocaust Memories

Roth, Chaya H.


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Chaya H. Roth
Part I. Hannah and Her Family
2. Hannah’s Memoir
Chaya H. Roth
3. Hannah’s Family
Chaya H. Roth
4. Hannah and Her Children, 1940–1942
Chaya H. Roth
5. The Italian Occupation, 1942–1943
Chaya H. Roth
6. Eretz-Israel, 1945–1946

Alexander, Amanda - Biko Lives!, ebook

Biko Lives!

Alexander, Amanda


Table of contents
1. Biko Lives
Andile Mngxitama, Amanda Alexander, Nigel C. Gibson
2. Interview with Steve Biko
Gail M. Gerhart
Part 1. Philosophic Dialogues
3. Biko: Africana Existentialist Philosopher
Mabogo P. More
4. Self-Consciousness as Force and Reason of Revolution in the Thought of Steve

Thurschwell, Pamela - Quadrophenia and Mod(ern) Culture, ebook

Quadrophenia and Mod(ern) Culture

Thurschwell, Pamela


Table of contents
1. Introduction: Dressed Right for a Beach Fight
Pamela Thurschwell
Part I. Quadrophenia in its Histories
2. Brighton Rocked: Mods, Rockers, and Social Change During the Early 1960s
Bill Osgerby
3. “Who (the Fuck) Are You?”: Out with the In-Crowd in Quadrophenia
Ben Winsworth

Pollock, Della - Remembering, ebook


Pollock, Della


Table of contents
1. Introduction: Remembering
Della Pollock
2. Trying To Be Good: Lessons in Oral History and Performance
Alicia J. Rouverol
3. Touchable Stories and the Performance of Infrastructural Memory
Shannon Jackson
4. Bringing Old and Young People Together: An Interview Project

Tuominen, Kari - The Navajo code talkers, ebook

The Navajo code talkers

Tuominen, Kari


This moving and inspirational work is generously illustrated with photographs of the men in action in the South Pacific and substantiated by excerpts from official documents, correspondence with the officers who worked with the Navajos, and personal interviews with