Between history and histories : the making of silences and commemorations /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Sider, Gerald M., Smith, Gavin A.
Format: Book
Published: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, [1997]
Series:Anthropological horizons.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Gerald Sider, Gavin Smith
  • Silencing the past : layers of meaning in the Haitian revolution / Michel-Rolph Trouillot
  • Against experience : the struggles for history, tradition, and hope among a native American people / Gerald Sider
  • Pandora's history : central Peruvian peasants and the re-covering of the past / Gavin Smith
  • Renaissance and Kaliyuga : time, myth, and history in colonial Bengal / Sumit Sarkar
  • The 'day of national mourning' in Germany / Karin Hausen
  • Histories of mourning : flowers and stones for the war dead, confusion for the living - vignettes from East and West Germany / Alf Lüdtke
  • Silences of the living, orations of the dead : the struggle in Kenya for S.M. Otieno's body, 20 December 1986 to 23 May 1987 / David William Cohen, E.S. Atieno Odhiambo
  • Lords ask, peasants answer : making traditions in late-medieval village assemblies / Gadi Algazi
  • From peasant wars to urban 'wars' : the anti-Mafia movement in Palermo / Jane Schneider, Peter Schneider
  • Work and the production of silence / Louise Lamphere
  • The so-called Laichingen hunger chronicle : an example of the fiction of the factual, the traps of evidence, and the possibilities of proof in the writing of history / Hans Medick
  • Further thoughts on the production of history / David William Cohen.