Thursday, 20 September 2012

In relation to Chronique d' un été (Rouch 1961)

'The emergence of the survivor from silence and the private sphere of intimate associations- indeed the emergence of that very private sphere- into the public space of articulation parallels the process of the Eichmann trial, but derives its impetus at least in part from the intense, ongoing struggles of decolonization which were forcing a new recognition of racialized state violence' (Rothberg 2009: 195)  

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