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The City as a Palimpsest and Crucible of National Identity

By¬†Alexander C. Diener, University of Kansas, and¬†Joshua Hagen, Northern State University The tendency of successive regimes to rework commemorative landscapes speaks to the intrinsic and intricate linkages between place, memory, and identity. We affix memories and identities to urban space … Continue reading

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