The trauma of Hiroshima and Nagasaki demonstrates the limits of dominant visual models, such as photography, for providing adequate historical memory. The author argues that collective traumas suggest the need for a prolonged gaze, such as can be provided by expressive art.
- Warfare & defence
- Paperback / softback
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- SUNY Series, Interruptions: Border Testimony(ies) & Critical Discourse/s
- State University of New York Press
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- United States
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