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the shared national identity should be prioritized. The divisions among the population still exist and so far cannot be vanished. A model of politics of memory based on the pluralism of Montenegrin society would integrate all of inhabitants. In the context of further research on shaping Montenegrin

In: East Central Europe

whether this was influenced by their different experiences and different views as to what constituted the starting point of the independent Lithuanian state. KEYWORDS: politics of memory, collective experience, National Day, public holi- days, religious holidays, democracy and authoritarianism

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In: Lithuanian Historical Studies

historical science. 4. Historical Policy and Politics of Memory Contemporary humanistic studies have differentiated between history and remembrance (Le Goff, 2007; Ricoeur, 2006). History opposed to remembrance serves the legitimisation of power while remembrance recovers human deeds and experience

In: The Kaliningrad Region

is exactly this issue that this following fragmented status report aims to address: Has this come to pass? I will start by setting the general scene and examining the politics of memory within the fields of general focus, i.e., the discourses of memory politics and institutions. Afterwards, I will

In: East Central Europe

: English Stan, Lavinia, Transitional Justice in Post-Communist Romania : The Politics of Memory . Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 306 pp. isbn-13 978-1107020535. Language: English  359–365 Bogdan C. Iacob Smith, Mark B, Property of Communists: The

In: East Central Europe

-introduce into social memory certain events that former regimes wanted to forget (Ricoeur 2004 ). According to Barahona de Brito et al., “the politics of memory is two things. Narrowly conceived, it consists of policies of truth and justice in transition ( official or public memory ); more widely conceived, it

In: Southeastern Europe

Nikolay Koposov, Memory Laws, Memory Wars: The Politics of the Past in Europe and Russia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018), 321 pp., $29.99 (pb), 9781108410168. The politics of memory has seen an ominous resurgence of late, especially in Europe. While right-wing nationalists in

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review

the University of Giessen in Germany, where she also taught Eastern European History. Her main research interests include memory studies, history of Yugoslavia and the post-Yugoslav space. Her book The Politics of Memory of the Second World War in Contemporary Serbia: Collaboration, Resistance and

In: Southeastern Europe

, Eva-Clarita Pettai and Vello Pettai, published an important comparative study a few years ago about the political regulation of historic justice and associated practices in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Their book might easily be considered a study on the politics of memory. However, the authors

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In: Lithuanian Historical Studies