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Myth and memory

Myth and memory

stories of Indigenous-European contact

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Published by UBC Press in Vancouver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indigenous peoples.,
  • Acculturation.,
  • Indian mythology.,
  • Europe -- Colonies -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesMyth & memory
    Statementedited by John Sutton Lutz.
    ContributionsLutz, John S. 1959-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 236 p. :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22743655M
    ISBN 109780774812627

    Get this from a library! The Great War: myth and memory. [Daniel Todman] -- "The First World War, with its mud and the slaughter of the trenches, is often taken as the ultimate example of the futility of war. Generals, safe in their headquarters behind the lines, sent.   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Salem: Place, Myth, and Memory by Dane Anthony Morrison at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be :

      Sherman's March in Myth and Memory looks at the general's treatment in the press, among historians, on stage and screen, and in literature, from the time of the March to the present day. The authors show us the many ways in which Sherman has been portrayed in the media and popular culture, and how his devastating March has been stamped into our Price: $   University Press of Florida Book: Myth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape. Contributors: Edited by Paul A. Shackel. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): History - American.

      In Greek mythology, Mnemosyne was the personification of memory. In ancient Greece, prior to being written down, stories were recounted orally. Due to that, memory played an important part in the life of an ancient Greek storyteller. Thus, it is not too surprising that the concept of memory was given the form of the goddess : Dhwty. Get this from a library! Rethinking Shiloh: myth and memory. [Timothy B Smith] -- "[The author] delves even further into the story of Shiloh and examines in detail how the battle has been treated in historiography and public opinion. The nine essays in this collection uncover new.


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The Untold Story of Shiloh: The Battle and the Battlefield Smith continues his focus on Shiloh in his most recent book, "Rethinking Shiloh: Myth and Memory" () which is also a collection of essays.

The new book consists of nine essays divided between the history of the Battle of Shiloh and the history of the Park/5(4). Myth and Memory explores the narratives of indigenous and newcomer populations from New Zealand and across North America, from the Lost Colony of Roanoke on the Atlantic seaboard of the United States to the Pacific Northwest and as far as Sitka, Alaska/5(7).

Memory and Myth is an interdisciplinary study of the Civil War and its enduring impact on American writers and filmmakers. Its twenty-five chapters are all concerned, in one way or another, with creative responses to the Civil War, and the ways in which artists have sought to make sense of the war and to convey their findings to succeeding generations of readers and/5.

'A book about British perceptions of the war – other nations, other myths, as it were –if a person could read only one new book on the war, The Great War, Myth and Memory /5(10). Myth, Memory, and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker.

In Decemberalong a creek in northwest Texas, a group of U.S. Cavalry under Sgt. John Spangler and Texas Rangers led by Sul Ross raided a Comanche hunting camp, Myth and memory book several Indians, and took three prisoners/5. Dan Todman's The Great War: Myth and Memory is an analysis of changes in how the war has been remembered over the last years and how the myth of those ideas has become the dominant way of thinking about the war.

Because it wasn't always that way/5. Salem: Place, Myth, and Memory Hardcover – April 8, by Dane Morrison (Editor), Nancy Lusignan Schultz (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Nancy Lusignan Schultz Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author /5(6). About the Author. DANE ANTHONY MORRISON is professor and former chair of the history department at Salem State University. NANCY LUSIGNAN SCHULTZ professor of English and American studies at Salem State University/5(6). This volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture addresses the cultural, social, and intellectual terrain of myth, manners, and historical memory in the American South.

Evaluating how a distinct southern identity has been created, recreated, and performed through memories that blur the line between fact and fiction, this volume paints a broad, multihued picture of the.

The Great War: Myth and Memory and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: User Review - Flag as inappropriate A valuable and thought-provoking addition to the canon of First World War historical analysis.

Todman explores how myth and memory are re-shaped by successive decades, reflecting the prejudices, concerns and pre-occupations of each, e.g. the 'Oh, What a Lovely War!' of the shift, from national sorrow and 'lost generational' 5/5(1). The First World War, with its mud and the slaughter of the trenches, is often taken as the ultimate example of the futility of war.

Generals, safe in their headquarters behind the lines, sent millions of men to their deaths to gain a few hundred yards of ground. Writers, notably Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen, provided unforgettable images of the idiocy and tragedy of the war.

The Texas Rangers in myth and memory are also explored. Other essays expand on traditional and increasingly outdated interpretations of the Anglo-American myth of Texas by considering little known roles played by women, racial minorities, and Cited by: 2. Myth, Memory, Trauma.

Rethinking the Stalinist Past in the Soviet Union, Also Available in: Drawing on newly available materials from the Soviet archives, Polly Jones offers an innovative, comprehensive account of de-Stalinization in the Soviet Union during the Khrushchev and early Brezhnev eras.

Although this book is limited to just British and Commonwealth perceptions of the war – other nations, other myths, as it were – given a choice between reading this or another of the many recent new histories of the war, The Great War, Myth and Memory would be more profitable.

In Rethinking Shiloh, Timothy B. Smith seeks to rectify these persistent myths and misunderstandings, arguing that some of Shiloh’s story is either not fully examined or has been the result of a limited and narrow collective memory established decades ago.

It is a great book because the author is not one-sided or trying to prove a point, other than to fully show the psychology and ideas behind myth construction and use. The book is one of the few out there that look at the construction and process of myths, focusing more on the 18th century and later.

General Web Sources on Myths: Bailey, Thomas A. The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory and the Legacy of Vietnam is a book by Vietnam veteran and sociology professor Jerry Lembcke, published in The book is an analysis of the widely believed narrative that American soldiers were spat upon and insulted by anti-war protesters upon returning home from the Vietnam book examines the origin of the earliest stories; the Published: (New York University Press).

Civil War Myth and Memory in the Twenty-First Century Nicole Maurantonio. The answer, Maurantonio discovers, is bound up in the myth of Confederate exceptionalism—a myth whose components, proponents, and meaning this timely and provocative book explores.

American Myth & Memory: David Levinthal Photographs brings together six of the artist’s best-known bodies of work to explore some myths found in American popular culture and their place in our collective memory.

Created between andthe series Modern Romance, American Beauties, Wild West, Barbie, Baseball. Mnemosyne (/ n ɪ ˈ m ɒ z ɪ n iː, n ɪ ˈ m ɒ s ɪ n iː /; Greek: Μνημοσύνη, pronounced [mnɛːmosýːnɛː]) is the goddess of memory in Greek mythology.

"Mnemosyne" is derived from the same source as the word mnemonic, that being the Greek word mnēmē, which means "remembrance, memory". Mnemosyne is the mother of the nine MusesAbode: Mount Olympus. Memory, Myth, and Seduction reveals the development and evolution of Jean-Georges Schimek's thinking on unconscious fantasy and the interpretive process derived from a close reading of Freud as well as contemporary psychoanalysis.

Contributing richly to North American psychoanalytic thought, Schimek challenges local views from the perspective of Pages: Legends and myths about Sherman began forming during the March itself, and took more definitive shape in the industrial age in the late-nineteenth century.

Sherman's March in Myth and Memory examines the emergence of various myths surrounding one of the most enduring campaigns in the annals of military history/5.