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Troubled pasts, collective memory and collective futures
chapterposted on 2018-01-05, 15:52 authored by Cristian TileagaCristian Tileaga
This is a chapter about how nations imagine possible futures in the context of transitional justice and coming to terms with the communist past in Eastern Europe. For postcommunist countries engaged in democratic development the most significant question was that "of the relation of the treatment of the state’s past to its future" (Teitel, 2000, p. 3). This chapter focuses on the condemnation of communism in Romania in the Tismaneanu Report and on how the report is constructing the image of a collective future around the issue of how to represent the communist era into public consciousness.
- Social Sciences
- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
Published inImagining Collective Futures: Perspectives from Social, Cultural and Political Psychology
CitationTILEAGA, C., 2018. Troubled pasts, collective memory and collective futures. IN: Saint-Laurent, C. de, Obradovic, S. and Carriere, K.R. (eds). Imagining Collective Futures: Perspectives from Social, Cultural and Political Psychology. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 153-172.
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Publisher statementThis book chapter was published in the book Saint-Laurent, C. de, Obradovic, S. and Carriere, K.R. (eds). Imagining Collective Futures: Perspectives from Social, Cultural and Political Psychology. The publisher's website is at https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783319760506