Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage

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Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage
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Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage focuses on the importance of memory and heritage for individual and group identity, and for their sense of belonging. It aims to expose the motives and discourses related to the destruction of memory and heritage during times of war, terror, sectarian conflict and through capitalist policies. It is within these affected spheres of cultural heritage where groups and communities ascribe values, develop memories, and shape their collective identity.

Critical Perspectives on Cultural Memory and Heritage

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