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Baader-Meinhof Returns: History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism (German Monitor) ebook

by Gerrit-jan Berendse,Ingo Cornils


Gerrit-Jan Berendse is Professor of Modern European Literature and Head of the . Series: German Monitor (Book 70).

Gerrit-Jan Berendse is Professor of Modern European Literature and Head of the Department of German at Cardiff University. Publications include: with Mark Williams, ed. Terror and Text. Ingo Cornils is Senior Lecturer in German and Head of the Department of German, Russian and Slavonic Studies at the University of Leeds. He has published widely on the history and literary representation of the German Student Movement, on German Science Fiction, and on Hermann Hesse.

German Monitor, Volume: 7. Gerrit-Jan Berendse is Professor of Modern European Literature and Head of the Department of German at Cardiff University.

The contributions on cultural memory argue that any future memory of German left-wing terrorism will need to acknowledge the inseparable bond between terror and the artistic response it produces.

Volume consists primarily of papers presented at a 2005 conference on German left-wing terrorism held in Cardiff, September 2005, with later papers added. Includes bibliographical references (pages -333) and index. Introduction: the long shadow of terrorism, Gerrit-Jan Berendse and Ingo Cornils - Prologue. Armed innocence, or "Hitler's Children" revisited, Gerd Koenen - Depicting dead terrorists.

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Gerrit-Jan Berendse, Ingo Cornils. Amsterdam, New York, NY. Volume.

GJ Berendse, I Cornils. German Monitor, 9, 2008. Baader-Meinhof returns: history and cultural memory of German left-wing terrorism. GJ Berendse, I Cornils. Utopian Moments: Memory Culture and Cultural Memory of the German Student Movement. Cornils, Ingo & Waters, Sarah, Memories of, 1968.

History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism

History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism. Annette Vowinckel, Skyjacking. Cultural Memory and the Movies, in: Gerrit-Jan Berendse/Ingo Cornils (ed., Baader-Meinhof Returns. databases and books of memoirs, the paper studies the experience of the people deported to Terezin from Slovakia in its various aspects - their origin (there was a number of Hungarian nationals among the deportees), their previous fates (particularly after the German occupation of Slovakia from August 1944), the extent of knowledge about the mass extermination of.

Political Violence Protest Movement German History National Classic German Soldier. In: Baader-Meinhof and the Novel. Studies in European Culture and History. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Baader-Meinhof returns: History and cultural memory of German left-wing terrorism. Gerrit-Jan Berendse, Ingo Cornils. Ingo CORNILS and Osman DURRANI: Introduction Thomas FEITKNECHT: "International, mit Schweizer Etikette". Ingo CORNILS and Osman DURRANI: Introduction Thomas FEITKNECHT: "International, mit Schweizer Etikette" bewunder. More).

This volume is dedicated to the study of artistic and historical documents that recall German left-wing terrorism in the 1970s. It is intended to contribute to a better understanding of this violent epoch in Germanys recent past and the many ways it is remembered.The cultural memory of the RAF past is a useful device to disentangle the complex relationship between terror and the arts. This bond has become a particularly pressing matter in an era of a new, so-called global terrorism when the culture industry is obviously fascinated with terror.Fourteen scholars of visual cultures and contemporary literature offer in-depth investigations into the artistic process of engaging with West Germanys era of political violence in the 1970s. The assessments are framed by two essays from historians: one looks back at the previously ignored anti-Semitic context of 1970s terrorism, the other offers a thought-provoking epilogue on the extension of the so-called Stammheim syndrome to the debate on the treatment of prisoners in Guantánamo Bay. The contributions on cultural memory argue that any future memory of German left-wing terrorism will need to acknowledge the inseparable bond between terror and the artistic response it produces.
Baader-Meinhof Returns: History and Cultural Memory of German Left-Wing Terrorism (German Monitor) ebook
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Gerrit-jan Berendse,Ingo Cornils
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