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Jelena Kovačević-Jureša UGent (2019) RETHINKING HISTORY .
abstract
Silence, Censorship and Exclusion edited by Mark Donnelly and Claire Norton This special edition of Rethinking History will consist of five articles by a collection of artists, photographers, activists and theorists and an introduction by the editors. The papers are a development of those presented at the symposium Pasts Without history: politics and the practical past held at St Mary’s University, June 21-22 2016. The practice of history-making is full of silent spaces; the forgotten stories of marginalised people and the consciously erased, censored narratives that threaten to disturb hegemonic versions of the past. Such omissions and denials are enabled by and constitutive of asymmetries of power that are manifested in various ways: such as source selection, normative archival practices and the institutional networks in which historical accounts are produced, rated and consumed. The articles in this edition will, in different ways, narrate and reflect upon instances of exclusion, censorship and silence. They each tell a story of a neglected past or present, but equally they consider the factors that contributed to the maintenance of absences or empty spaces within commonly shared historical narratives. In recognition of the situatedness of academic history in the very matrices of power that function to exclude and omit, the authors of these texts use forms other than the traditional academic essay. Each of the proposed pieces wrests back the authority to speak in vernacular modes, and challenges the assumption that professional historians have earned the authority to determine both the research and representational strategies for producing what counts as past knowledge.
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in press
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journal title
RETHINKING HISTORY
editor
Claire Norton and Mark Donnelly
issue title
Silence, Censorship and Exclusion
publisher
Routledge
ISSN
1364-2529
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
id
8566518
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8566518
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https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rrhi20/current
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2018-06-24 15:35:59
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2018-06-25 07:12:47
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  abstract     = {Silence, Censorship and Exclusion edited by Mark Donnelly and Claire Norton

This special edition of Rethinking History will consist of five articles by a collection of artists, photographers, activists and theorists and an introduction by the editors. The papers are a development of those presented at the symposium Pasts Without history: politics and the practical past held at St Mary{\textquoteright}s University, June 21-22 2016.

The practice of history-making is full of silent spaces; the forgotten stories of marginalised people and the consciously erased, censored narratives that threaten to disturb hegemonic versions of the past. Such omissions and denials are enabled by and constitutive of asymmetries of power that are manifested in various ways: such as source selection, normative archival practices and the institutional networks in which historical accounts are produced, rated and consumed.

The articles in this edition will, in different ways, narrate and reflect upon instances of exclusion, censorship and silence. They each tell a story of a neglected past or present, but equally they consider the factors that contributed to the maintenance of absences or empty spaces within commonly shared historical narratives. In recognition of the situatedness of academic history in the very matrices of power that function to exclude and omit, the authors of these texts use forms other than the traditional academic essay. Each of the proposed pieces wrests back the authority to speak in vernacular modes, and challenges the assumption that professional historians have earned the authority to determine both the research and representational strategies for producing what counts as past knowledge.},
  author       = {Kova\v{c}evi\'{c}-Jure\v{s}a, Jelena},
  editor       = {Norton, Claire  and Donnelly, Mark},
  issn         = {1364-2529},
  journal      = {RETHINKING HISTORY },
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Routledge},
  title        = {Stuttering},
  url          = {https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rrhi20/current},
  year         = {2019},
}

Chicago
Kovačević-Jureša, Jelena. 2019. “Stuttering.” Ed. Claire Norton and Mark Donnelly. Rethinking History .
APA
Kovačević-Jureša, J. (2019). Stuttering. (C. Norton & M. Donnelly, Eds.)RETHINKING HISTORY .
Vancouver
1.
Kovačević-Jureša J. Stuttering. Norton C, Donnelly M, editors. RETHINKING HISTORY . Routledge; 2019;
MLA
Kovačević-Jureša, Jelena. “Stuttering.” Ed. Claire Norton & Mark Donnelly. RETHINKING HISTORY (2019): n. pag. Print.