Friction, Fragmentation, and Diversity
Friction, Fragmentation, and Diversity
Localized Politics of European Memories
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Approaching Localized Politics of European Memories (Kirsti Salmi-Niklander, Ulla Savolainen, Riikka Taavetti, Sofia Laine , and Päivi Salmesvuori)

I Politicized Memories and Pasts
1 Mitigating the Difficult Past? On the Politics of Renaming the Estonian Museum of Occupations (Kirsti Jõesalu and Ene Kõresaar)
2 Remembering the ’68 Movement in Germany: A Left Counter-Memory? (Priska Daphi and Jens Zimmermann)
3 Queering Victimhood: Soviet Legacies and Queer Pasts in and around Jaanus Samma’s “NSFW. A Chairman’s Tale” (Riikka Taavetti)
4 Social Memories of Transformative Events in Post-Communist Latvia: Ethnic and Generational Dimensions (Laura Ardava-Abolina and Jurijs Nikisins)
5 Ishans and Murids before, in and after the Gulag: Strategies of Adaptation to the 1948 Repressions in the Perm Region (Gulsina Selyaninova)

II Friction and Diversity
6 Between Closure and Redemption: Internment Memory and the Reception of the Compensation Law (Ulla Savolainen)
7 Imprisonment Trauma in the Period of the Stalinist Repressions (Anna Koldushko)
8 Fragmented Construction of Cultural Memories in Turkey: How Women Acting in Civil Society Perceive the Kurdish Issue (Serpil Açikalin Erkorkmaz and Dilek Karal)
9 Survival Strategies Constructed through Material Aspects of Everyday Life in Postwar Soviet Society (Anastasia Kucheva)
10 Living Together: Memory Diversity in Latvia (Zane Radzobe and Didzis Berzins)

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Friction, Fragmentation, and Diversity

Localized Politics of European Memories

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This collection focuses on difficult memories and diverse identities related to conflicts and localized politics of memories. The contemporary and history-oriented case studies discuss politicized memories and pasts, the frictions of justice and reconciliation, and the diversity and fragmentation of difficult memories. Friction, Fragmentation, and Diversity: Localized Politics of European Memories brings together methodological discussions from oral history research, cultural memory studies and the study of contemporary protest movements. The politicization of memories is analyzed in various contexts, ranging from everyday interaction and diverse cultural representations to politics of the archive and politics as legal processes. The politicization of memories takes place on multiple analytical levels: those inherent to the sources; the ways in which the collections are utilized, archived, or presented; and in the re-evaluation of existing research.

Kirsti Salmi-Niklander

Kirsti Salmi-Niklander, PhD, University of Helsinki

Sofia Laine

Sofia Laine, PhD, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences

Päivi Salmesvuori

Päivi Salmesvuori, ThD, University of Helsinki

Ulla Savolainen

Ulla Savolainen, PhD, University of Helsinki

Riikka Taavetti

Riikka Taavetti, PhD, University of Helsinki