Mihail Neamtu: Studying Communism in Eastern Europe: Moral Clarity, Conceptual Diversity, and Interdisciplinary Methodology I. Miscellanea Vladimir Tismaneanu: Coming to Terms with a Traumatic Past: Reflections on Democracy, Atonement, and Memory Paul Hollander: Political Pilgrimages: Their Meaning, Aftermath, and Linkages Brendan Purcell: Alexander Solzhenitsyn s Overcoming Personal, Political and Historical Amnesia Through Literary-Aesthetic Anamnesis Jean-Claude Polet: Histoire, Mémoire et Eschatologie John Ely: Re-Membering Romania:A Ghost Story II. Memory in museums and memorials Radostina Sharenkova: Forget-Me(-Not): Visitors and Museum Presentations about Communism before 1989 Simina B dic : The Black Hole Paradigm. Exhibiting Communism in Post-Communist Romania III. Artistic portrayals of memory Masumi Kameda: Collective Memory of Communism in Croatia since 1994: Comparative Analysis of Contemporary Arts and National Narratives Oana Popescu-Sandu: Something Nice to Remember . Silence and Memory Between Generations in Two Gulag Films Caterina Preda: Looking at the Past Through an Artistic Lens: Art of Memorialization IV. Remembering Communism in Central and Eastern EuropeIna Dimitrova: How We Raised a Monster: Constructing the Image of Socialism During the Post-Socialist Period in Bulgaria Sergiu Gherghina: Attitudes towards the Communist Past in Five Central and Eastern European Countries Anastas Vangeli: Facing the Yugoslav Communist Past in Contemporary Macedonia: Tales of Continuity, Nostalgia and Victimization Lori Amy: Re-Membering in Transition: The Trans-national Stakes of Violence and Denial in Post-Communist Albania Peter Ulrich Weiss: Revolution without revolutionaries?On the debate about the nature of the upheaval in 1989-90 in the GDR and its protagonists as seen in the context of its 20th anniversary Meike Wulf: Politics of History in Estonia: Changing Memory Regimes 1987-2009 V. Reviews Simon Sebag Montefiore, Le jeune Staline ( tefan Bosomitu). Vlad Georgescu, Politics and History. The Case of Romanian Communists (1944-1977) (Cristina Roman) Ralph Darlington, Syndicalism and the Transition to Communism. An International Comparative Analysis (Dan Dr ghia) Maria Bucur, Heroes and Victims: Remembering War in Twentieth-Century Romania (Andrei Muraru). Orlando Figes, Les chuchoteurs: Vivre et survivre sous Staline (Mia Jinga)
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