Publications on memory and trauma

 

Antze, P. and Lambek, M. (eds) (1996), Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory, New York: Routledge.

Cappelletto, F. (2003), ‘Long-Term Memory of Extreme Events: From Autobiography to History’, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (NS) 9: 241-260.

Caruth, C. (ed.) (1995), Trauma: Explorations in Memory, Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press.

Casey, E. (1987), Remembering: A Phenomenological Study, Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press.

Cockerham, W. C. (1981), Sociology of Mental Disorder, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Connerton, P. (1989), How Societies Remember, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Daniel, V. (1994), ‘The Individual in Terror’, in T.J. Csordas (ed.), Embodiment and Experience: The Existential Ground of Culture and Self,  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Erikson, K. (1995), ‘Notes on Trauma and Community’ in C. Caruth (ed.), Trauma: Explorations in Memory, Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press.

Fierke, K. M. (2002), ‘The Liberation of Kosovo: Emotion and the Ritual Reenactment of War’, Focaal. European Journal of Anthropology 39.

Hacking, I. (1996), ‘Memory Sciences, Memory Politics’ in P. Antze and M. Lambek (eds), Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory, New York: Routledge.

Herman, J. L. (1994), Trauma and Recovery, London: Pandora.

Janet, P. 1919-25 [1984], Les medications psychologiques. 3 vols. Paris: Societe Pierre Janet.

Kenny, M. G. (1996), ‘Trauma, Time, Illness and Culture. An Anthropological Approach to Traumatic Memory’, in P. Antze and M. Lambek (eds), Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory, New York: Routledge.

Kidron, C. A. (2004), ‘Surviving a Distant Past: A Case Study of the Cultural Construction of Trauma Descendant Identity’, Ethos 31(4): 513-544.

Kleinman, A. and Kleinman, J. (1991) , ‘Suffering and its Professional Transformation: Toward an Ethnography of Interpersonal Experience’, Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 15: 275-301.

Van der Kolk, B.A. and van der Hart, Onno (1995), ‘The Intrusive Past: The Flexibility of Memory and the Engraving of Trauma’ in C. Caruth (ed.), Trauma: Explorations in Memory, Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press

Kramer, M, Schoen L.S. and Kinney, L. (1984), ‘The Dream Experience in Dream-Disturbed Vietnam Veterans’, in B. van der Kolk (ed.), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Psychological and Biological Sequelae, Washington: American Psychiatric Press.

Krystal, H. (1995), ‘Trauma and Aging: A Thirty-Year Follow Up’, in C. Caruth (ed), Trauma: Explorations in Memory, London: John Hopkins University.

Laub, D. (1995), ‘Truth and Testimony: The Process and the Struggle’, in C. Caruth (ed.), Trauma: Explorations in Memory, London: John Hopkins University.

Leydesdorff, S. (1992), ‘A Shattered Silence: The Life Stories of Survivors of the Jewish Proletariat of Amsterdam’, in L. Passerini (ed.), International Yearbook of Oral History and Life Stories, Volume I. Memory and Totalitarianism, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Leys, R. (2000), Trauma: A Genealogy, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lyon, M. L. and Barbalet J. M. (1994), ‘Society’s Body: Emotion and the “Somatization” of  Social Theory’, in T. J. Csordas (ed.), Embodiment and Experience: The Existential Ground of Culture and Self, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lysaght, K. (2005), ‘Catholics, Protestants and Office Workers from the Town’ in Mixed Emotions. Anthropological Studies of Feeling, eds. K. Milton and M. Svašek. Oxford: Berg.

van Meijl, T. and Driessen, H. (2003), ‘Introduction: Multiple Identifications and

the Self’, Focaal. European Journal of Anthropology 42: 17-29

O’Nell, T. D. (2000), ‘“Coming Home” among Northern Plains Vietnam Veterans: Psychological Transformations in Pragmatic Perspective’, Ethos 27 (4): 441-65.

Passerini, L. (1992), ‘Introduction’, in L. Passerini (ed), International Yearbook of Oral History and Life Stories, Volume I. Memory and Totalitarianism, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

San Cassia, Paul (2005), ‘When Intuitive Knowledge Fails: Emotion, Art and Resolution’ in Mixed Emotions. Anthropological Studies of Feeling, eds. K. Milton and M. Svašek. Oxford: Berg.

Svašek, M. (2005), ‘The Politics of Chosen Trauma. Expellee Memories, Emotions and Identities’ in Mixed Emotions. Anthropological Studies of Feeling, eds. K. Milton and M. Svašek. Oxford: Berg.

---- (2002c), ‘Gewältes Trauma. Die Dynamik der Erinnerten und (Wieder) Erfahrenen Emotion’, in E. Fendl (ed.), Zur Ikonographie des Heimwehs. Erinneringskultur von Heimatvertriebenen. Schriftenreihe des Johannes-Künzig-Instituts für ostdeutsche Volkskunde 6.

Tedeschi, R. G. and Calhoun, L. G. (1995), Trauma and Transformation: Growing in the Aftermath of Suffering, London: Sage.

Volkan, V. (1999), Bloodlines: From Ethnic Pride to Ethnic Terrorism, Boulder: Westview Press.

White, G. M. (2000), ‘Emotional Remembering: The Pragmatics of national Memory’, Ethos 27: 505-29.

Winkler, C. (1994), ‘Rape Trauma: Contexts of Meaning’, in T. J. Csordas (ed.), Embodiment and Experience. The Existential Ground of Culture and Self,  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Young, A. (1995), The Harmony of Illusions: Inventing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Young, A. (1996), ‘Bodily Memory and Traumatic Memory’, in P. Antze and M. Lambek (eds), Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory, New York: Routledge.