Great War Special Issue
Posted on September 4, 2018 by Susan McCready
The journal Lingua Romana has just announced publication of a special issue edited by Susan McCready, France and the Memory of the Great War. Articles by eight scholars treat a variety of topics about the war and how it is remembered in France. Several of the articles were first presented at our 2017 conference.
The complete issue is available here: Lingua Romana
Table of Contents:
Contemporary Remembrance: The Battle of Verdun in the Public Eye 1916
Gratitude: A Different Kind of War Reparation
Nancy Sloan Goldberg
War, Memory, and Politics: The Case of the French Clergy in the First World War
Anita Marie Rasi May
The First World War: A Turning Point in the History of Death?
The Shirkers of Life: Suicide in the Trenches
From Mascot to Metaphor: Canine Combatants and the Performance of French Patriotism in the Great War
La Grande Illusion, retour aux sources
The 1938 Exposition internationale du surréalisme and Acte manqué: The Terror of Memory and the Terror to Come
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