Violence and the Re-discovery of Place

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Title Violence and the Re-discovery of Place
Author(s) Povrzanovic Frykman, Maja
Date 2003
Editor(s) Frykman, Jonas; Niedermüller, Peter
English abstract
Violence imposed on a place bears not only the implicit challenge to the identities associated with it, but it also provokes responses related to a sense of place. In the context of war, place suddenly matters in a more direct and more intense way. The uniqueness of the place based primarily on the social value it has for people becomes visible and reflected upon as concrete and at one with action and thought. In this article, personal narratives on war experiences in the 1990s by the civilians in Dubrovnik, are related to Edward S. Casey’s propositions about every place being encultured and every culture being implaced. The tension is explored, between being “Europeans” and being “war victims” – two types of place-bound identity.
Publisher Museum Tusculanum Press, Copenhagen
Host/Issue Articulating Europe. Local perspectives
ISBN 87-7289-848-8
Pages 69-88
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) war
violence
place
ethnography
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Note This chapter is a reprint from the journal Ethnologia Europaea 32(2), 2002.
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/5234 (link to this page)

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