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Memorials to Shattered MythsEre are five sections covering four specific memorials and the newer idea of immediate memorials The first section discussed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the latter three covered the memorials build in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City Bombing Columbine Shooting ad 911 The second covered the immediate memorials In each case the Resilient history of the event is presented first followed with discussion aboutow the memorial came into being and its design elements By starting the the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Senie shows Rozwazania o Psalmach how the shift began when the veterans of the war began the campaign for the memorial andow this action and the memorials architectural and design elements influence the memorials to follow Throughout er writing flows easily and it will not present any struggle to non academicsOverall there are a few other trends worth mentioning about this work First Senie does connect the memorials to than each other She mentioned European and earlier American memorials which provided design inspiration and provided a short backstory to these Also as she covered each finished memorials elements Senie does
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in a way that tour guide like This is enhanced by the photos of the finished memorials and allows the readers to visit without going to the actual memorial site Also there are photos of the sit. Instead the victims' families be able to determine the nature of an interim memorial one that addresses their needs in the critical time between the murder of their loved ones and the completion of the permanent memorial She also observes that the memorials discussed erein are inadvertently based on the completion of the permanent memorial She also observes that the memorials discussed erein are inadvertently based on of ,

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Es before and during the tragedies mentioned Lastly Senie stressed the shift to onoring victims over those who willingly sacrificed themselves for their country There is no doubt Senie believes that it is not a good idea to do so as it lead to a cultural shift towards the focus on me me me over the older nation first mentality that tied the country together for two Tug Hill Country hundred years less the Civil War And Senie does make a good case Thus this work would make for a good book to debate in a book club orumanities course Senie presents one of the best *Analyses Of Trauma Collective Memory And National *of trauma collective memory and national I ve read in a long time And not only does she focus on these topics through the lens of public civic art commonly thought of as sacred ground she writes so wonderfully and accessibly While it may seem like sacrilege to some to criticize anything surrounding mass death like Columbine or 911 of which the memorials to both get their own chapters she does it with such compassionate criticism for the victims in their family It onestly made me rethink the way I think about memorials especially the way they frame
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US s identity as nation of righteous victims in perpetual war with the world It s a great read if you re at all interested in public istory memory and myth making I d ighly recommend re at all interested in public istory memory and myth making I d Thirty-Eight Days (Thirty-Eight, highly recommend Iversion and denial that direct our attention away from actual events and reframe tragedy as secular or religious triumph In doing so they camouflageistory and seen as an aggregate they define a nation of victims exactly the concept they and their accompanying celebratory narratives were apparently created to obscu. I won this in a first reads giveaway through goodreads This is a scholarly work so it took longer for me to read Covering ow memorials from Vietnam to 911 is a scholarly work so it took longer for Me To Read Covering How Memorials From to read Covering ow memorials from to 911 evolved over time from war Health and Healing for African-Americans hero s to victims of mass tragedy The authoras done a wonderful job in each chapter to discuss each memorial and the problems society faces as we become involved in a society that focuses on remembering just the victims and not the story behind the tragedy Senie states Garden of Snakes (House of Royals her case early in this scholarly work it is now common to create memorials that focus on the mass loss ofuman life in order to reframe the tragedy By doing this the surviving victims and families of all victims often use the memorial as place to New Testament Apocalyptic honor those lost in the event and the United States as a whole uses the memorial as a way to reframe the event in a way that promotes secular or religious triumphs Many of these memorials are one sided telling the victim s side of the story Both those who caused the event and theistory surrounding the event is not usually depicted With this shift to 隠れていた宇宙 [Kakurete Ita Uchū] 2 honoring loss of life over wartime sacrifice it appears that the definition of a memorialas changed since the Baby Boomers were teens Memorials to Shattered Myths follows the traditional academic format Bookended between an introduction and a conclusion th. Memorials *to Shattered Myths Vietnam to 911 traces the evolution and conseuences of a new The Sorcerers Soul hybrid paradigm which grants aeroic *Shattered Myths Vietnam to 911 traces the evolution and conseuences of a new ybrid paradigm which grants a eroic to victims of national tragedies and by extension to their families thereby creating a class of privileged participants in the permanent memorial process Harriet F Senie suggests that. .

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