Looking into Death: Trauma, Memory and Human Face

Topoi 41 (4):809-819 (2022)
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This article analyses the relationship of human faces with trauma and death, in particular focalizing on the use of snap shot and ID kinds of photos in site of memory, memorials an public art.



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