By Craig Larkin
This publication examines the legacy of Lebanon’s civil conflict and the way the inhabitants, and the early life particularly, are facing their nationwide earlier. Drawing on vast qualitative study and social commentary, the writer explores the efforts of these who desire to be mindful, in order to not repeat prior errors, and those that desire to forget.
In contemplating how the Lebanese adolescence are negotiating this collective reminiscence, Larkin addresses concerns of:
- Lebanese post-war amnesia and the slow emergence of recent reminiscence discourses and public debates
- Lebanese nationalism and old reminiscence
- visual reminiscence and mnemonic landscapes
- oral reminiscence and post-war narratives
- war reminiscence as an agent of ethnic clash and a device for reconciliation and peace-building.
- trans-generational trauma or postmemory.
Shedding new mild on trauma and the endurance of ethnic and non secular hostility, this e-book bargains a special perception into Lebanon’s ordinary communal tensions and a clean standpoint at the factor of warfare reminiscence. As such, this is often a vital addition to the present literature on Lebanon and may be appropriate for students of sociology, center East experiences, anthropology, politics and history.
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Memory and Conflict in Lebanon: Remembering and Forgetting the Past (Exeter Studies in Ethno Politics) by Craig Larkin