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Summary #2

EDITORIAL by Jordi Guixé, Director of EUROM


Once victors, now victims. How do the Argentine military remember their recent past?, by Valentina Salvi

Left Unsettled: Confessions of Armed Revolutionaries, by Leigh Payne


About the complexity of the past, an interview with Enzo Traverso

Mausoleum of terror. “Fallen in Pamplona and Cuelgamuros”, by Jordi Guixé


The international spread of state interventionism in history and historical memory, by Georges Mink

European remembrance policies, by Markus J. Prutsch

“Citizens’ engagement is at the core of the Europe for Citizens programme”, an interview with Gilles Pelayo

“The long shadow of the past” in the short light of present, by Horst Hoheisel

Can memorials heal the wounds?, by Ana Milosevic

The one who sows winds, reaps storms. Validity of the Damnatio memoriae, by Fernando Hernández


Festive Spaces, 2016, by Kristina Norman

The Social Life of Memory: Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Marocco, by Tsjalling Wierdsma

Law and Memory: Towards Legal Governance of History, by Tsjalling Wierdsma

“Auschwitz: Not long ago. Not far away”. Travelling memory of the Holocaust, by David González

History museums in the Caucasus. Between soviet nostalgia and current regional disputes, by Oriol López


“Ideology and Terror of the SS”. An exhibition about the perpetrators, victims and bystanders in the memorial museum of Wewelsburg, by Kirsten John-Stucke

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