FIELDNOTES ON STAGING AND TRANSFORMING HISTORICAL GRIEVANCES: FROM CULTURAL MEMORY TO A RECONSTRUCTABLE FUTURE

in Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
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Abstract

A journey from cultural memory through recall to transformation of historical grievances is elucidated with the aid of phenomenological thought. The context for this study is a conflict resolution project undertaken by the Center for the Study of Mind and Human Interaction of the University of Virginia. Russians and Estonians of Klooga participated in a group meeting aimed at resolving ethnonational conflict. This meeting is described, and the potential of phenomenology in an interdisciplinary approach to conflict resolution is explored.

FIELDNOTES ON STAGING AND TRANSFORMING HISTORICAL GRIEVANCES: FROM CULTURAL MEMORY TO A RECONSTRUCTABLE FUTURE

in Journal of Phenomenological Psychology

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