SESSION MATERIALS

Course name:What Kind of ‘Memories’ Appeared after 1989 and Why?
Course description:
 
Course owner:John-Paul Himka
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Added Files:
Maier, Charles S. "A Surfeit of Memory? Reflections on History, Melancholy and Denial." History and Memory 5 (Winter 1993): 136-52
Paperno, Irina. "Exhuming the Bodies of Soviet Terror." Representations, vol. 75 (Summer 2001): 89-118, part 1
Paperno, Irina. "Exhuming the Bodies of Soviet Terror." Representations, vol. 75 (Summer 2001): 89-118, part 2
Paperno, Irina. "Exhuming the Bodies of Soviet Terror." Representations, vol. 75 (Summer 2001): 89-118, part 3
Michlic, Joanna B. “Łódź in the Post-communist Era: In Search of a New Identity.” Center for European Studies [Harvard University], Program on Eastern and Central Europe Working Papers Series, 65
Himka, John-Paul. “Holocaust and Holodomor.” Review essay for Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History
Paperno, Irina. "Exhuming the Bodies of Soviet Terror." Representations, vol. 75 (Summer 2001): 89-118, part 5
Paperno, Irina. "Exhuming the Bodies of Soviet Terror." Representations, vol. 75 (Summer 2001): 89-118, part 4
Mlynarz, Michal. “’Radiance of Sainthood’: The National, Patriotic, and European Iconography of Pope John Paul II in Polish Public Exhibitions, Tourist Routes and Museums.” Chapter 2 of an MA thesis, University of Alberta
Mlynarz, Michal. “’Radiance of Sainthood’: The National, Patriotic, and European Iconography of Pope John Paul II in Polish Public Exhibitions, Tourist Routes and Museums.”- Illustrations