Ciarán O’Kelly

identity, we think of a transformation that is linked to the traumas of self-recognition in the wake of Nazism and the Holocaust. However, other identities have not been forced into such self-recognition or have refused such self-recognition. Changes in national identity may happen, but there is no guarantee that the politics of members will end up turning in one direction rather than the other. We may wish for nations to be nicer, but we

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transformation of the documented experiences: the aging and natural death of Holocaust survivors, a shift in the immigrant experience from temporary working arrangement to permanent family resettlement, the deindustrialization of urban areas, and the industrialization of agriculture.9 Memorial work, the forging of a link between present and past, kept the recent past present before it could slip away. The figure of the saltimbanque, so prominent in the name of the 1973 Aix-en-Provence festival and in the discourse of street theatre throughout the 1970s, operates somewhat

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Impact of structural tensions and thresholds
Eşref Aksu

and China had to be reckoned with. The main preoccupation of war-wary actors was maintenance of international peace and security. Protection of and respect for state sovereignty, and prevention of acts of aggression signified the most important ideational aspect of the new world order. The holocaust did no doubt preoccupy the minds of many, but the German and Japanese aggression in Europe and elsewhere was arguably

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Simon Mabon

study undertaken by a research team at Mount Sinai hospital in New  York found that trauma from the Holocaust with epigenetic alterations can be seen in both parents and offspring. The conclusions of the study suggest that trauma can be intergenerational and similar conclusions can be derived about how memory can be shared across communities.133 From this, historical experience has an undeniable role in shaping the present. Thus, the establishment of political organisation across the region should not be viewed in isolation. Rather, we should place the emergence of

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‘witnessing’ texts, by both men and women, bringing into the literary domain, for example, the accounts of Holocaust survivors and AIDS victims.32 ‘Traumatic experience’ can be understood more widely, however, to include the loss – the death – of loved ones, abuse (physical, mental or sexual), terminal illness, exile and experience of collective tragedies: wars, terrorist attacks, major accidents, natural disasters.33 Indeed, the currency of the term has led Hal Foster to identify a general tendency in contemporary culture ‘to redefine experience, individual and historical

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conducted. This is supposed to assure the traditional register of politics and security, and to confirm and stabilise its validity and relevance. 19 Jenny Edkins arrives at similar conclusions, although she responds primarily to the way in which tropes such as the Holocaust and Nazism have been used to articulate humanitarian concerns during the Kosovo campaign. 20

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. ( 1946 ) ‘First they came for the socialists …’. For full text see United States Holocaust Memorial Museum : www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007392 [last accessed 19 June 2016]. Ofsted [Office for Standards in Education] ( 2015 ) School Inspection Handbook: Handbook for Inspecting Schools in England under Section 5 of the Education Act 2005 , Manchester : Ofsted , www.gov.uk/government/publications/school-inspection-handbook-from-september-2015

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Young Palestinian men encountering a Swedish introductory programme for refugees
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Minnesota Press. Appadurai, A. (2013). The Future as Cultural Fact: Essays on the Global Condition. London and New York: Verso. Arbetsförmedlingen (2013). Arbetsförmedlingens återrapportering. Etablering av vissa nyanlända: Analys av genomförandet (Response of the Public Employment Service. The Establishment of Certain Newly Arrived: An Analysis of the Implementation). Report AF-2011/414101. Bauman, Z. (1989). Modernity and the Holocaust. Cambridge: Polity Press. Belevander, P. and Pendakur, R. (2012). ‘Citizenship, Co-Ethnic Populations, and Employment Probabilities of

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Geoffrey K. Roberts and Patricia Hogwood

divisions within his party. He resigned as Prime Minister on grounds of ill-health in January 1957. He became Earl of Avon in 1961. He died in 1977. [See also: Churchill; Suez crisis*] Eichmann, Karl Adolf Nazi war criminal responsible for administration of the Holocaust. Eichmann was born in Solingen in 1906. He joined the Nazi Party in 1932 and was recruited to the SS (state security

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Katariina Kyrölä

explicit representation, such as the exclusion of issues of race, gender or class altogether from philosophy or political science classes. Another example that Halberstam discusses is a course he taught on the Holocaust, where he showed the film Nuit et brouillard [Night and Fog] (1955, dir. Alain Resnais), with brutal imagery of dead, naked, piled-​up bodies, to the students’ shock,  41 Vulnerability in the trigger warning debates 41 while they were captivated by and wanted to see more of Triumph des Willens [The Triumph of the Will] (1935, dir. Leni Riefenstahl), a

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