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Journal of Literature and Trauma Studies
Edited by David Miller

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ISSN  2162-3627






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The Journal of Literature and Trauma Studies (JLTS) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal with a critical, theoretical, and methodological focus on the relationship between literature and trauma. It aims to foster a broad interrogative dialogue between philosophy, psychoanalysis, and literary criticism and develop new approaches to the study of trauma in literature and the trauma of literature. The mission of the journal is to encourage philosophical, political, and historically orientated research that takes literature as the primary site for investigations into trauma in all its forms and manifestations.


Volume 4, Numbers 1–2 (Spring/Fall 2015)

Contents

Figurations of Postmemory
Figurations of Postmemory: An Introduction
Emmanuel Alloa, Pierre Bayard, and Soko Phay

Small Acts of Repair: The Unclaimed Legacy of the Romanian Holocaust
Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer

Afterimages: Belated Witnessing in the Photographs of the Armenian Catastrophe
Emmanuel Alloa

Second Generation, Third Generation, and State Political Postmemory: The Holocaust and Its Literary Effects in Contemporary France
Frédérique Leichter-Flack

Polytraumatic Memory in the USSR: Where Does the Holocaust Fit?
Annie Epelboin

Missing Images of Genocide and Creation in Cambodia
Soko Phay

Genocide Drama and Affiliative Postmemory: Staging Peter Weiss’s The Investigation after the Rwandese Genocide
Martin Mégevand

Collective Rape and Postmemory in Bosnia
Pierre Bayard

Speaking in Starts: Postmemory and the Archive
Michael G. Levine

Book Review
Sarah Clift, Committing the Future to Memory: History, Experience, Trauma
Sam Stuart-Booth

Notes on Contributors