Table of contents for Religion, violence, memory, and place / edited by Oren Baruch Stier and J. Shawn Landres.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction	J. Shawn Landres and Oren Baruch Stier
Part 1. The Place of Memory: Theoretical Perspectives
1. The Powers of Place	Roger Friedland and Richard D. Hecht
2. Witnessing the Archive: In Mourning	William Robert
3. Memory, Religion, and Conflict at Auschwitz: A Manifesto	Jonathan Webber
Part 2. Practicing Memory: Ritual Perspectives
4. Wounded Knee: Site of Resistance and Recovery	Michelene E. Pesantubbee
5. Walking the Way of the Cross: German Places, Church Traditions, and Holocaust Memories
	Tania Oldenhage
6. Finding a Place Past Night: Armenian Genocidal Memory in Diaspora	Flora A. Keshgegian
Part 3. The Spatial Ethics and Politics of Memory
7. Vehicles of Memory: The Enola Gay and the Streetcars of Hiroshima	James H. Foard
8. Religion, Memory, and Violence in Rwanda	Timothy Longman and Théoneste 
Rutagengwa
9. In the Name of Mary: Sacred Space, Sacred Property, and Absolution of Past Sins	Juan 
A. Herrero Brasas
10. Remembering Genocide: Gender Representation and the Objectification of Jewish Women at 
Majdanek	Janet Liebman Jacobs
Part 4. Constructing Memory in the Contemporary World
11. Indigenous Traditions, Alien Abductions: Creolized and Globalized Memory in South Africa
	David Chidester
12. Vodou, Water, and Exile: Symbolizing Spirit and Pain in Port-au-Prince	Terry Rey
13. The Stages of Memory at Ground Zero	James E. Young
Postscript: A Grim Geography of Remembrance	Edward T. Linenthal
Bibliography
List of Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Memory.
Religion.
Violence.
Place (Philosophy).