Belgian memories

[special editor, Catherine Labio]

What is the nature of the relationship between memory, identity, and culture in a recently federalized nation? In Belgian Memories, writers and scholars from a wide variety of disciplines, including ethnology, linguistics, philosophy, literature, history, film, art history, and geography, ask to what extent Belgium's literary and visual environment (from novels to paintings, comic strips to movies, and architecture to urban planning) reflects distinctly Belgian ways of dealing with the past. Such issues have become more pressing since Belgium has reconstituted itself politically and must deal with the prospect that it might itself become a memory.

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  • Part 1: "Perasma: A Novel" (excerpt), Pierre Mertens
  • the silenced past - trauma and taboo in Belgian memories, Antoon Van den Braembussche
  • ceci n'est pas la Belgique, Luc de Heusch
  • what, if anything, is a Belgian? Piet Van de Craen
  • Wallonia - the will to remember, Jacques Dubois. Part 2: the 16th century - a decisive myth, Marc Quaghebeur
  • death is elsewhere - the shifting locus of tragedy in Belgian Great War literature, Sophie de Schaepdrijver
  • colonial memories in Belgian and Congolese literature, Antoine Tshitungu Kongolo. Part 3: family secrets and social memory in "Les Aventures de Tintin", Serge Tisseron
  • anxiety, memory, and place in Belgian cinema, Philip Mosley
  • Victor Horta - vicissitudes of a work, Francoise Aubry
  • landscapes for whom? The 20th-century remaking of Brussels, Alexander Murphy.

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書名 Belgian memories
著作者等 Labio Catherine
シリーズ名 Yale French studies
出版元 Yale University Press
刊行年月 c2002
ページ数 210 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0300097727
NCID BA62397541
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言語 フランス語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国