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Tessa Morris-Suzuki
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Kako Wa Shinanai: Media, Kioku, Rekishi

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20 pages
Published 2004 by Iwanami Shoten
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Feb 14, 2009 Tomoho rated it it was amazing

著者は、こうしたプロセスにおける歴史の力学を重視し、その連累に「“歴史への真摯さ(historical truethfulness)”が、すなわち、過去の出来事と人びととのあいだに開かれた、発展的な関係が必要」だと主張する。本書では豊富な事例をもとに、小説、写真、映画、漫画、インターネット上のウェブサイトやCD-ROM、博物館等といった広義のメディアを通じて流通/媒介し再生産される歴史の語り(ナラティヴ)に焦点を当てながら、人々の経験が構造化され「歴史化」する過程を読み解いている。

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Tessa Morris-Suzuki is Professor of Japanese History at Australian National University and the author or co-author of more than a dozen books, including most recently East Asia Beyond the History Wars, with Morris Low, Leonid Petrov and Timothy Y. Tsu, and Borderline Japan, and a recipient of the 2013 Fukuoka Prize.
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