Modern Languages Open, a fully Open Access platform, is pleased to announce the launch of its newest collection, The global crisis in memory: populism, decolonisation and how we remember in the twenty-first century.
Guest edited by Eva Spišiaková, Charles Forsdick, and James Mark, the special collection looks at populism, decolonisation and how we remember in the twenty-first century.
Over the past decade, ‘coming to terms with the past’, a notion usually associated with an international liberal consensus, has increasingly been challenged. This consensus has previously been underpinned by the idea that difficult historical legacies, displaced into the resent, needed to be addressed through a range of phenomena such as transitional justice and reconciliation.
Browse all articles in the collection #OpenAccess here.
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