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Author Kozák, Kryštof, author

Title Memory in transatlantic relations : from the Cold War to the global war on terror / Kryštof Kozák, György Tóth, Paul Bauer and Allison Lynn Wanger
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
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Series Memory studies : Global constellations
Memory studies (London, England)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Series Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Figures; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Toward a study of memory policy in transatlantic relations; Conceptual and methodological approaches; Relevance and implications; Chapter breakdown; Notes; Bibliography; Part I The politics of memory on two sides of the Atlantic; Chapter 1 The politics of public memory in the United States: An overview; National memory in the United States; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 2 The politics of history in Europe: National myths, musealization and social memory
"What signify a few lives lost?" in the twenty-first centuryNotes; Bibliography; Chapter 4 Public memory in U.S. transatlantic relations from the late Cold War through the 1990s; The role of memory in transatlantic relations; The legacy of the Cold War for memory in U.S. Transatlantic relations; Learning to fly: World War Two commemorations as post-Cold War U.S. transatlantic diplomacy; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 5 Memory in U.S. transatlantic relations since 9/11; Memory as a wedge? European intellectual critiques of the transatlantic relationship over the Iraq War
Chapter 7 Memory in Czech-U.S. relations since the end of the Cold WarIntroduction; Regime change as collective memory change; Memory in Czech-U.S. relations after 1989; Persuading the eagle to spread its wings -- memory in Czech entry into NATO; Trouble with the radar -- the death of a fairytale; Commemorating liberation by "America" in the age of the Global War on Terror; Commemoration in Czech-U.S. relations in historical context; U.S. as a physically liberating force: The 70th anniversary of Pilsen's liberation by the U.S. Army; U.S. as a culturally liberating force -- no guns, all butter
Shadow memorial diplomacy: The Ronald Reagan centennial year in Central and Eastern EuropeNotes; Bibliography; Chapter 6 The aesthetic of war commemorations in France: The D-Day celebration in 2014; Commemorations in France: From "French republican unity" to the plurality of memory representations; The memorialization of the historical past; The modernization of national commemorations in France; The internationalization of commemorations and the aesthetic of political remembering; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Part III Memory in Central European transatlantic relations
The end of national myths and the rise of social memory claimsThe musealization of violent pasts: European trends, global trends; Conclusion; Notes; Bibliography; Part II "Lafayette, we are here": Memory in U.S. transatlantic relations; Chapter 3 "Time will not dim the glory of their deeds": The memorial roots and transatlantic legacies of the U.S. military cemeteries abroad; The nineteenth-century roots of transnational memorialization; WWI and transatlantic funerary traditions; The cold war and the wounds of WWII; Southeast Asia and the containment of U.S. military cemeteries
Summary This volume focuses on the uses of collective memory in transatlantic relations between the United States, and Western and Central European nations in the period from the Cold War to the present day. Sitting at the intersection of international relations, history, memory studies and various "area" studies, Memory in Transatlantic Relations examines the role of memory in an international context, including the ways in which policy and decision makers utilize memory; the relationship between trauma, memory and international politics; the multiplicity of actors who shape memory; and the role of memory in the conflicts in post-Cold War Europe. Thematically organized and presenting studies centered on the U.S., Hungary, France, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the authors explore the built environment (memorials) and performances of memory (commemorations), shedding light on the ways in which memories are mobilized to frame relations between the U.S. and nations in Western and Central Europe. As such, it will appeal to scholars across the social sciences and historians with interests in memory studies, foreign policy and international relations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Kryeśtof Kozâak is Head of the Department of North American Studies at the Institute of International Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic and author of Facing Asymmetry: Bridging the Peripheral Gap in U.S.-Mexican Relations. Gyèorgy Tâoth is Lecturer in Post-1945 US History and Transatlantic Relations at the University of Stirling, U.K., and author of From Wounded Knee to Checkpoint Charlie: The Alliance for Sovereignty between American Indians and Central Europeans in the Late Cold War. Paul Bauer is Assistant Professor at the Institute for International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic. Allison Lynn Wanger is Visiting Assistant Professor in the American Studies Program at Miami University, Ohio, U.S
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Subject Collective memory -- Europe.
Collective memory -- United States.
Europe -- Relations -- United States.
United States -- Relations -- Europe.
Form Electronic book
Author Bauer, Paul, author
Tóth, György Ferenc, 1976- author
Wanger, Allison Lynn, author
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