Book Review: Remembrance and Forgiveness: Global and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Genocide and Mass Violence
The volume Remembrance and Forgiveness, edited by Ajlina Karamehić-Muratović and Laura Kromják, brings together a diversity of disciplines, authors, and cultural contexts to discuss the legacies of the post-Holocaust era genocides by focusing on the (de)mobilisation of memory in seeking truth, justice, and forgiveness. The book provides a compendious overview of the social, historical, and political contexts behind the insurgencies and gives a better sense of understanding of (the obstacles to) the healing process and reconciliation in the global frame.
"Book Review: Remembrance and Forgiveness: Global and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Genocide and Mass Violence,"
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