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Post-Conflict Hauntings


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Preface by Dave Cowan

Foreword by Stephen Frosh
1. IntroductionKim Wale, Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, Jeffrey Prager
Part I: Towards an Ethics of Haunted Memory
2. Remembering Forwards: Healing the Hauntings of the PastJohn D. Brewer
3. Ethics of Memory, Trauma and ReconciliationIrit Keynan
4. What Pandora Did: The Spectre of Reparation and Hope in an Irreparable WorldJaco Barnard-Naude
5. Do Black Lives Matter? A Psychoanalytic Exploration of Racism and American Resistance to ReparationsJeffrey Prager
6. Aesthetics of Memory, Witness to Violence and a Call to RepairPumla Gobodo-Madikizela
Part II: Local Expressions of Collective Haunting and Healing
7. Haunting and Transitional Justice: On Lives, Landscapes and Unresolved Pasts in Northern IrelandCheryl Lawther
8. Listening for the Quiet Violence in the UnspokenMarietjie Oelofsen
9. Intergenerational Nostalgic Haunting and Critical Hope: Memories of Loss and Longing in BonteheuwelKim Wale
10. The Ghosts of Collective Violence: Pathways of Transmission between Genocide-Survivor Mothers and their Young-Adult Children in RwandaGrace Kagoyire, Marianne Vysma, Annemiek Richters
11. How Shall We Talk of Bhalagwe? Remembering the Gukurahundi Era in Matabeleland, ZimbabweShari Eppel
Part III: Transforming Haunted Memory through Artistic Interventions
12. Symptom as History, Culture as Healing: Incarcerated Aboriginal Women's Journeys through Historic Trauma and Recovery Processes Judy Atkinson
13. Representing Collective Trauma of Korean War: Creative Education as a Peacebuilding StrategyBorislava Manojlovic
14. Monuments of Historical Trauma as Sites of Artistic Expression, Emotional Processing and Political NegotiationAndrea Bieler

About the Author

Kim Wale is Senior Researcher in Historical Trauma and Transformation at Stellenbosch University, South AfricaPumla Gobodo-Madikizela is Professor and Research Chair in Historical Trauma and Transformation at Stellenbosch University, South AfricaJeffrey Prager is Research Professor of Sociology at University of California, Los Angeles, US

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