Author: Timur Dadabaev

Power, Social Life, and Public Memory in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan TIMUR DADABAEV University of Tsukuba & University of Tokyo, Japan dadabaev@chiiki.tsukuba.acjp ABSTRACT This article attempts to analyse the memory of people through recollections of the everyday life of people in Soviet times

In: Inner Asia
Author: Gerrie Snyman

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/157430108X376609 Religion & Th eology 15 (2008) 395–426 www.brill.nl/rt & Religion Theology ‘Is It not Suffi cient to Be a Human Being?’ Memory, Christianity and White Identity in Africa Gerrie F. Snyman Department of Old Testament and Ancient

In: Religion and Theology

and the Dead, 190, 193. 3 ) Tumarkin, Th e Living and the Dead, 174-81, 187-91. Introduction World War II in Soviet and Post-Soviet Memory Lisa Kirschenbaum Department of History, West Chester University Abstract Th is essay introduces the fi ve articles that comprise the special issue of Soviet and

In: The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review