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Contents

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments

PART I: FOUNDATIONS

Introduction: Agency and Practice in the Making of Transnational Memory Spaces
Jenny Wüstenberg

Chapter 1. A Field-Theoretical Approach to Collective Memory
Zoltan Dujisin

PART II: BOTTOM-UP AGENCY

Chapter 2. Transnational Memories and the Practices of Global Justice in the Ayotzinapa Case
Silvana Mandolessi
Made available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license with support from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program (“Digital Memories,” Grant agreement n° 677955).

Chapter 3. Online Transnational Memory Activism and Commemoration: The Case of the White Armband Day
Orli Fridman & Katarina Ristić

Chapter 4. Memory Activism across Borders: The Transformative Influence of the Argentinean-Franco Court Case and Activist Protest Movements on Spain’s Recovery of Historical Memory
Andrea Hepworth

Chapter 5. The Creation and Utilization of Opportunity Structures for Transnational Activism on WWII Sexual Slavery in Asia
Mary McCarthy

Chapter 6. The Political Agency of Victims through Transnational Process of Forensic Anthropology and Memory Construction in Latin America
Devin Finn

Chapter 7. Transnational Place-Making After Political Violence: Agencies and Practices of Site Memorialization in the Latin American Southern Cone
Gruia Bădescu

PART III: TOP-DOWN AGENCY

Chapter 8. My Pain, Our Grievance: Universal Human Rights and Memory Standardization in Liberia's Truth Commission
Noga Glucksam

Chapter 9. Transitional Justice in Public: Communicating Transnational Memories of Mass Violence
Courtney E Cole

Chapter 10. Transnational Memory Movements in the 9/11 Museum
Amy Sodaro

PART IV: HORIZONTAL AGENCY

Chapter 11. Links to the Past, Bridges for the Present? Recognition among Memory Organizations in a European Network
Till Hilmar

Chapter 12. "Life Was a Precarious Dance": Graphic Narration and the Construction of a Transcultural Memory Space in the PositiveNegatives Project
Dragos Manea and Mihaela Precup

Chapter 13. A Transnational Nation: Roma National Identity in the Making
Balázs Majtényi and György Majtenyi

Chapter 14. Border-Crossing Cultural Initiatives of Memory and Reconciliation across the Colombian-Panama Border
Ricardo A. Velasco Trujillo

PART V: OUTLOOK

Conclusions: Agency in Transnational Memory Politics—Guidelines for Inquiry
Aline Sierp

Index

Agency in Transnational Memory Politics

Edited by Jenny Wüstenberg and Aline Sierp

362 pages, 19 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-694-4 Hb Published (July 2020)

eISBN 978-1-78920-695-1 eBook