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Past in the Making

Historical revisionism in Central Europe after 1989

Historical revisionism, far from being restricted to small groups of ‘negationists,’ has galvanized debates in the realm of recent history. The studies in this book range from general accounts of the background of recent historical revisionism to focused analyses of particular debates or social-cultural phenomena in individual Central European countries, from Germany to Ukraine and Estonia.

Where is the borderline between legitimate re-examination of historical interpretations and atte...

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  • Éditeur : Central European University Press
  • Collection : CEUP collection
  • Lieu d’édition : Budapest
  • Année d’édition : 2008
  • Publication sur OpenEdition Books : 23 janvier 2013
  • EAN (Édition imprimée) : 9789639776043
  • EAN électronique : 9786155211423
  • Nombre de pages : 274 p.
Michal Kopeček
Aviezer Tucker
Historiographic Revision and Revisionism

The evidential difference

Vladimir Petrović
From Revisionism to “Revisionism”

Legal Limits to Historical Interpretation

Eva Hahn et Hans Henning Hahn
“The Holocaustizing of the Transfer-Discourse”

Historical Revisionism or Old Wine in New Bottles?

Michal Kopeček
In Search of “National Memory”

The Politics of History, Nostalgia and the Historiography of Communism in the Czech Republic and East Central Europe

Owen v. Johnson
Begetting & Remembering

Creating a Slovak Collective Memory in the Post-Communist World

Ferenc Laczó
The Many Moralists and the Few Communists

Approaching Morality and Politics in Post-Communist Hungary

Rafał Stobiecki
Historians Facing Politics of History

The Case of Poland

Georgiy Kasianov
Revisiting the Great Famine of 1932–1933

Politics of Memory and Public Consciousness (Ukraine after 1991)

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