By Daniel Walkowitz,Lisa Maya Knauer
Several participants learn how the reports of indigenous teams and the imperial previous are integrated into public histories in British Commonwealth countries: in Te Papa, New Zealand’s nationwide museum; within the First Peoples’ corridor on the Canadian Museum of Civilization; and, extra generally, in late-twentieth-century Australian tradition. nonetheless others specialize in the function of governments in mediating contested racialized histories: for instance, the post-apartheid background of South Africa’s Voortrekker Monument, initially designed as a tribute to the Voortrekkers who colonized the country’s inside. between numerous essays describing how nationwide narratives were challenged are items on a dispute over easy methods to characterize Nepali historical past and identification, on representations of Afrocuban religions in modern Cuba, and at the install within the French Pantheon in Paris of a plaque honoring Louis Delgrès, a pacesetter of Guadeloupean resistance to French colonialism.
Contributors. Paul Amar, Paul Ashton, O. Hugo Benavides, Laurent Dubois, Richard Flores, Durba Ghosh, Albert Grundlingh, Paula Hamilton, Lisa Maya Knauer, Charlotte Macdonald, Mark Salber Phillips, Ruth B. Phillips, Deborah Poole, Anne M. Rademacher, Daniel J. Walkowitz
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