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Summary #4

EDITORIAL by Jordi Guixé, Director of EUROM


In or out? Social reaction to the exhumation of Franco from the Valle de los CaĂ­dos (Valley of
the Fallen)
, by Matilde Eiroa and Mariluz Congosto

Online Memories: The battle over online memory on Europe Day, by Celeste Muñoz


Marianne Hirsch: Memory and citizenship beyond the bounds of nation-states


Learning to learn from History, by GĂ©raldine Schwarz

Can the past change the future? A sociological reflection about what memory public policies
actually do
, by Sarah Gensburger

“Commemorative processes in Spain should become an inescapable part of a common European memory”. An interview with Fernando Martínez López, Spain’s State Secretary for Democratic Memory


The use and abuse of memories of the working class in 21st century Britain, by Selina Todd

Cultural Memory of Yugoslav Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, by Vjeran Pavlakovic

Memory-Works: On Memory, Ethics & Architecture, by Julian Bonder


Book: Transitional justices in comparative perspective: preconditions for success, by Luís Ángel Gasca Triviño

Book: The multiple forms of the banalization of the Holocaust. The Memory Monster, by David GonzĂĄlez

The Biddy Mason memorial park and the importance of centennial monuments after COVID-19, by Luís Ángel Gasca Triviño

The Berlin Wall Trail and the Iron Curtain Trail, by Michael Cramer


A historical memory project for the future: Parque de la Memoria (Memory Park) –
Monument to the Victims of State Terrorism
, by Nora Hochbaum

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