Violent Reverberations - 
      Vigdis Broch-Due
    
      Bjørn Enge Bertelsen

Violent Reverberations

Global Modalities of Trauma

Vigdis Broch-Due (Redaktør) ; Bjørn Enge Bertelsen (Redaktør)

"These essays raise the bar for projects on trauma that insist on grounding theory in seriously ethnographic, historical, and contextual case studies. The book engages the best-known writers and research in the arena of trauma and affect studies, and will gather momentum and audience because it so carefully and coherently articulates critiques, complementary case studies, and forward-looking theory. Les mer
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"These essays raise the bar for projects on trauma that insist on grounding theory in seriously ethnographic, historical, and contextual case studies. The book engages the best-known writers and research in the arena of trauma and affect studies, and will gather momentum and audience because it so carefully and coherently articulates critiques, complementary case studies, and forward-looking theory." (Steven Feld, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, USA) "Trauma, a doctrine with global reach, depends on thin descriptions to illustrate its universalizing analytical framework. Grounded in culture-specific particularities, this elegant volume dissects this condition, instead offering thick descriptions of silence, narrative, security, fear, difference, and ritual laughter." (Sverker Finnstrom, Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Uppsala University, Sweden)
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Forlag: Springer International Publishing AG
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 279
ISBN: 9783319390482
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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Chapter 1: Violent Reverberations: An Introduction to Our Trauma Scenarios
Chapter 2: Trauma, Violence, Memory. Reflections on the bodily, the self and the social
Chapter 3: Universalizing Trauma Descendant Legacies: A Comparative Study of Jewish-Israeli and Cambodian Genocide Descendant Legacies
Chapter 4: Social Trauma, National Mourning, and Collective Guilt in Post-Authoritarian Argentina
Chapter 5: Organising Norwegian psychiatry: security as a colonizing regime
Chapter 6: Dis-assembling the social: The Politics of Affective Violence in Memorandum Greece
Chapter 7: Re-Assessing the Silent Treatment: Emotional Expression, Preventive Health and the Care of Others and the Self
Chapter 8: Multisemic speech genres as vehicles for re-inscribing meaning in post-conflict societies. A Mozambican case
Chapter 10: Laughter without borders: embodied memory and pan-humanism in a post-traumatic age
Vigdis Broch-Due is Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen and Scientific Director at Centre for Advanced Study (CAS), Oslo, Norway. Her research in East-Africa spans 3 decades on the ethnography of poverty, gender and embodiment, cosmology, relations between animals, people and nature, pastoralist development, colonialism, violence and trust formation.

Bjorn Enge Bertelsen is Associate Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Bergen, Norway. He has researched issues such as state formation, violence, poverty and rural-urban connections in Mozambique since 1998 in addition to having had a long-standing interest in theory development within the discipline of anthropology.