Table of contents for Memory and World War II : an ethnographic approach / edited by Francesca Cappelletto.

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Acknowledgements vii
Notes on Contributors ix
Foreword by Michael Lambek xi
1 Introduction 1
 Francesca Cappelletto
2 'Little Moscow' and the Greek Civil War: Memories of Violence, 
Local Identities and Cultural Practices in a Greek Mountain 
Community 39
 Riki Van Boeschoten
3 Remembering the Resistance in Popular Theatre: a Basque 
Controversy 65
 Sandra Ott
4 World War II comes to an Istrian Village: Atrocities and Memories 87
 Rudolph M. Bell
5 Public Memories and Personal Stories: Recalling the Nazi-fascist 
Massacres 101
 Francesca Cappelletto
6 Memory and Cultural Schema: Linking Memory to Political Action 131
 Roger Petersen
7 Memory-making among the Gentry in Poland 155
 Longina Jakubowska
8 Historians: Private, Collective and Public Memories of Violence 
and War Atrocities 177
 Stuart Woolf
Index 195

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World War, 1939-1945 -- Psychological aspects.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- Europe.
Memory -- Social aspects.