Women Mobilizing Memory by Alisa Solomon - PDF and EPUB eBook
Women Mobilizing Memory, a transnational exploration of the intersection of feminism, history, and memory, shows how the...
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Details of Women Mobilizing Memory
- Exact title of the book
- Women Mobilizing Memory
- Book author
- Alisa Solomon
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 544 pages
- File size (in PDF)
- 2176 kB
Some brief overview of book
Women Mobilizing Memory, a transnational exploration of the intersection of feminism, history, and memory, shows how the recollection of violent histories can generate possibilities for progressive futures. Questioning the politics of memory-making in relation to experiences of vulnerability and violence, this wide-ranging collection asks: How can memories of violence and its afterlives be mobilized for change? What strategies can disrupt and counter public forgetting?
What role do the arts play in addressing the erasure of past violence from current memory and in creating new visions for future generations? Women Mobilizing Memory emerges from a multiyear feminist collaboration bringing together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, artists, and activists from Chile, Turkey, and the United States. The essays in this book assemble and discuss a deep archive of works that activate memory across a variety of protest cultures, ranging from seemingly minor acts of defiance to broader resistance movements.
The memory practices it highlights constitute acts of repair that demand justice but do not aim at restitution. They invite the creation of alternative histories that can reconfigure painful pasts and presents. Giving voice to silenced memories and reclaiming collective memories that have been misrepresented in official narratives, Women Mobilizing Memory offers an alternative to more monumental commemorative practices.
It models a new direction for memory studies and testifies to a continuing hope for an alternative future.