Anhang zum PRIF Spotlight 13/2019

Peace requires transnational remembrance – Further Readings

  • Assmann, Aleida (2016). Shadows of trauma memory and the politics of postwar identity. New York: Fordham UP [German (2006). Der lange Schatten der Vergangenheit. Munich: Beck].
  • Brumlik, Micha (2016). Globales Gedächtnis und Menschenrechtsbildung. Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 3-4, pp. 29-37.
  • Cornelißen, Cristoph (2012). Erinnerungskulturen [Cultures of remembrance] 2.0. Docupedia-Zeitgeschichte, dx.doi.org/10.14765/zzf.dok.2.265.v2.
  • Graf, Wilfried, Gudrun Kramer and Augustin Nicolescou. 2010. Complexity Thinking as a Meta-Framework for Conflict Transformation. Yearbook Peace Culture 2010, pp. 58-81.
  • Levy, Daniel and Natan Sznaider (2005). The Holocaust and Memory in the Global Age. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  • Mannitz, Sabine (2018). Commemoration of War Dead for Peace Education. International Journal of Peace Studies, 23:2, 15-32.
  • Rothberg, Michael (2009). Multidirectional Memory. Stanford: University Press.