Evoking Polish Memory: State, Self and the Communist Past in Transition

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The book presents an ethnographic study of ways in which communism is remembered in contemporary Poland. It follows two groups of people engaged in memory politics in one Polish town - the former anti-communist activists and the former officers of the repressive regime. It shows the processes of reconstruction of their memories and subjectivities.

Evoking Polish Memory: State, Self and the Communist Past in Transition 2014, Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt a.M.

ISBN-13: 9783631641637

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