Article | National Museums and the Negotiation of Difficult Pasts: Conference Proceedings from EuNaMus; European National Museums: Identity Politics; the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen; Brussels 26-27 January 2012: EuNaMus Report No 8 | Introducing Difficult Pasts and Narratives Linköping University Electronic Press Conference Proceedings
Göm menyn

Title:
Introducing Difficult Pasts and Narratives
Author:
Dominique Poulot: University of Paris 1 Panthåon-Sorbonne, France
Download:
Full text (pdf)
Year:
2012
Conference:
National Museums and the Negotiation of Difficult Pasts: Conference Proceedings from EuNaMus; European National Museums: Identity Politics; the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen; Brussels 26-27 January 2012: EuNaMus Report No 8
Issue:
082
Article no.:
001
Pages:
1-16
No. of pages:
16
Publication type:
Abstract and Fulltext
Published:
2012-01-17
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet


Export in BibTex, RIS or text

The relationship between museums and difficult pasts; between museological discourse and individual or collective sentiment; is of particular relevance to the highly topical issue of the link between history and memory. The panorama of ties between memory and heritage that research in the field has been establishing over the last generation is most revealing. Both terms have benefitted from nearly unprecedented success; echoed by the growing field of study that has consecrated their usage; and which appears in a sense to be taking over the interest that was formerly dedicated to the writing of history. Much like the way in which the ideas of Michel de Certeau had provided essential intellectual anchors in the 1970s; centred on the metaphor of historical practice as a funeral rite; and on the sharp critique of the division of academic work and research strategies; it was the configurations of history through memory and heritage that left the greatest mark on the decades of 1980 to 2000. The first apparent paradox in this new context; is the idea of bringing together notions related to processes of heritage and objects or places linked to memories of suffering and trauma.

National Museums and the Negotiation of Difficult Pasts: Conference Proceedings from EuNaMus; European National Museums: Identity Politics; the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen; Brussels 26-27 January 2012: EuNaMus Report No 8

Author:
Dominique Poulot
Title:
Introducing Difficult Pasts and Narratives
References:

Anderson B. (1991) ‘Census; Map; Museum’; in Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism; New York – Londres; Verso: 163–186.

Assmann A. (2011) Cultural Memory and Western Civilization; Functions; Media; Archives; Cambridge University Press.

Assmann A.; Shortt L. (ed.) (2011) Memory and Political Change; Edited By; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bakhtine M. (1978) ‘Formes du temps et du chronotope dans le roman’; in Esthétique et théorie du roman; Paris: Gallimard.

Benjamin W. (1971–1983) Essais 2; 1935–1940; Thèses sur la philosophie de l’histoire; [Thèse VII]; Paris: Denoël; Bibliothèque médiations.

Blasi A. J. (2002) ‘Visitation to Disaster Sites’; From Medieval Pilgrimage to Religious Tourism. The Social and Cultural Economics of Piety; in W. H. Swatos; Jr and L. Tomasi (ed.); London and Wesport: Praeger.

Certeau M. de; Julia D. and Revel J. (1970) ‘La Beauté du mort; le concept de culture populaire’; Politique aujourd’hui; December: 3–23.

Chanet J.-F. (1999) Les félibres cantaliens. Aux sources du régionalisme auvergnat (1879–1914); Clermont-Ferrand; ed. Adosa.

Derrida J. (1993) Spectres de Marx; Galilée: Paris. –––– (1995) Mal d’archive; Galilée: Paris.

Farge A. (1997) Des lieux pour l’histoire; Paris: Seuil.

Fassin D.; Rechtman R. (2009) The Empire of Trauma: An Inquiry Into the Condition of Victimhood; Princeton University Press.

Forero-Mendoza S. (2002) Le temps des ruines. Le goût des ruines et les formes de la conscience historique à la Renaissance; Seyssel; Éditions Champ Vallon.

Gossiaux J. F. (1995) ‘La production de la tradition; un exemple breton’; Ethnologie Française; XXV; 2: 248–255.

Gubser M. (2005) ‘Time and history in Alois Riegl’s theory of perception’; Journal of the History of Ideas: 451–474.

Kubler G. (1973); Les Formes du Temps. Remarques sur l’histoire des choses; Paris; Champ Libre.

Halbwachs M. (1994) Les cadres sociaux de la mémoire; Paris; Albin Michel.

–––– (1997) La mémoire collective; nouvelle édition critique établie par G. Namer; Paris: Albin Michel; « Bibliothèque de l’Evolution de l’Humanité ».

–––– (1999) ‘Ma campagne au Collège de France’; Revue d’Histoire des Sciences Humaines; 1; 1: 189–228.

Holly M. A. (2002) ‘Mourning and method’ Art Bulletin; 84; 4: 1–16.

Hutchinson J. (2001) ‘Archaeology and the Irish rediscovery of the Celtic past’; Nations and Nationalism; 7; 4: 505–19

Lepetit B. (1999) Carnet de croquis. Sur la connaissance historique; Paris; Albin Michel.

Luhrmann T. M. (2010) ‘Review of The Empire of Trauma: An Inquiry Into the Condition of Victimhood’; American Journal of Psychiatry; 167:722–722.

National Museums and the Negotiation of Difficult Pasts: Conference Proceedings from EuNaMus; European National Museums: Identity Politics; the Uses of the Past and the European Citizen; Brussels 26-27 January 2012: EuNaMus Report No 8

Author:
Dominique Poulot
Title:
Introducing Difficult Pasts and Narratives
Note: the following are taken directly from CrossRef
Citations:
No citations available at the moment


Responsible for this page: Peter Berkesand
Last updated: 2019-11-06