Reaching to Homelands: Greek war memories
Damousi, Joy. (2015) Reaching to Homelands: Greek war memories. Griffith Review. 48, pp. 102 - 109.
Stories of war never lose their power to shock, sadden and confront. Witnessing death and experiencing violence and atrocities creates traumatic memories. Indelible and unavoidable traces of these events are left behind - not just for those who witness them, but also for future generations. How these events and their effects are understood and discussed over time is a perennial challenge to those who experience them and those who attempt, long after, to fathom the enduring depths of past human violence.
|Journal citation||48, pp. 102 - 109|
|Publisher||Text Publishing Company|
|Page range||102 - 109|
|Research Group||Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences|
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