Is This a Culture of Trauma? : An Interdisciplinary Perspective  N/a

Edited by Aliaga Lavrijsen, Jessica; Edited by Bick, Michael

The 20th century has been characterised by an unprecedented violence that seems to have left an imprint in contemporary societies: from the two World Wars or the terrorist attack of 9/11 to natural catastrophes or sexual abuse. All of these terrible experiences have been collected, represented, and communicated by many different people, especially in the last few decades, as seen in the high number of books and films dealing with traumatic experiences. As a result, an interdisciplinary 'trauma studies' field has emerged. This book is a collection of chapters, a snapshot of the current work in the field of trauma studies.

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  • Introduction: Is This a 'Culture of Trauma'? Jessica Aliaga Lavrijsen and Michael Bick Part 1: Individual Trauma, Case Study and Memoirs The Psychotherapy of Victims and Perpetrators of Domestic Violence as a Treatment of Trauma Experienced in Childhood Dorota Dyjakon and Agnieszka Widera-Wysoczanska Childhood Abuse in Memoir: Blaming and Forgiving Mentally Ill Abusers Christian Perring 'Pinpricks of Light That Broke My Heart:' Sexual Violence, Trauma and Sadomasochism in Mary Gaitskill's Two Girls, Fat and Thin (1991) Emily Dickinson Reading for the Body: Reinforcing Somatic Reality in the Study of Trauma Wilfred Bradford Re-Living Motherhood: Vocalizing Grief, Trauma and Loss in Butler's Lilith's Brood Aparajita Nanda Early Relational Trauma, Massive Psychic Trauma and Their Intergenerational Transmission Clara Mucci Part 2: Collective Trauma, History and the Nation Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma: The Case of the Dersim Massacre 1937-38 Filiz Celik The Trauma behind the Myth: The Necessity to Recover the Past in Gloria Naylor's Mama Day Patricia San Jose Rico Female Scottish Trauma in Janice Galloway's The Trick Is to Keep Breathing (1989) Jessica Aliaga Lavrijsen Poetry of Witness: Marjorie Agosin's Response to the Trauma of the Disappeared in Pinochet's Chile Catherine Ann Collins Part 3: Postcolonial Trauma Ruin Nation: Constructing Identity in The Pagoda Michael Bick Wounds and History: Post-Colonial Trauma in Jose Eduardo Agualusa's The Book of Chameleons Balint Urban Trauma in Postcolonial Bildungsromane as Reflected in Selected Novels Hano Pipic Part 4: Trauma of War and Genocide Post-War Trauma: 'A Game of Chess' in T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land Omer Ogunc The Aesthetics of Hopelessness After the Holocaust in Eva Figes' Konek Landing Silvia Pellicer-Ortin The Art of Trauma: Holocaust Restatement in the Graphic Novel Chanae Bazemore Part 5: Trauma in Film Remembering Israel's Longest War: Filming the Lebanese Quagmire Jeanne Ellen Clark Trauma and the Vampire: The Violence of the Inescapable Moment in Let Me In (2010) by Matt Reeves Simon Bacon Part 6: Healing Trauma The Trauma of the Colonised: Writing Female in Barbara Baynton's Human Toll Bridget Haylock Trauma and Art in the Contemporary South African Novel: Susan Mann's Quarter Tones Ewald Mengel Post-Traumatic Responses in the War Narratives of Hanan al-Shaykh's The Story of Zahra and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Half of a Yellow Sun Majda R. Atieh and Ghada Mohammad Sandplay Therapy for the Healing of Trauma Evgenia Troshikhina Recovery in Rwanda: The Traditional Courts for Reconciliation Moara Crivelente Part 7: Theorising Trauma 'Why Can't I Stop Looking?' A Therapeutic and Performative Debate on the Performance of Trauma Oliver Bray and Peter Bray Shock of the Real versus Shocking Realities: Critical Theory and the Normalisation of Trauma Ulrich Koch

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書名 Is This a Culture of Trauma? : An Interdisciplinary Perspective
著作者等 Bick, Michael
Aliaga Lavrijsen, Jessica
書名別名 An Interdisciplinary Perspective N/a N/a
巻冊次 N/a
出版元 Inter-Disciplinary Press
刊行年月 2013.04.01
版表示 1 New ed
ページ数 292p
大きさ H210 x W148
ISBN 9781848881624
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス