Anne Ollila (ed.)
|Abstract||Historians have a highly contradictory attitude towards memory. It has usually been categorised as an unreliable source in historical research. However, memory is also understood as one of the key concepts in history. In this book, ten distinguished scholars explores a different perspective.|
|Keywords||Memory (Philosophy History|
|Buy the book||$41.80 new $43.81 used Amazon page|
|Call number||BD181.7.H57 1999|
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