Review essay – “Institutionalized Ignorance and Manufactured Oblivion"
Bespreking van: N. Kadman,Erased from Space and Consciousness from an Agnotological Perspective Bloomington:Indiana University Press ,2015 978-0-253-01670-6
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In her brilliant book review essay below, Nora (who holds positions at Maastricht School of Management, Utrecht University’s Center for Conflict Studies, and the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs, American University of Beirut, explores related concerns in Noga Kadman’s Erased from Space and Consciousness: Israel and the Depopulated Palestinian Villages of 1948, discussing its treatment of the production, maintenance, and consequences of collective, institutionalised amnesia, and suggesting how the analysis presented in it can both benefit from and be of benefit to the nascent theory of agnotology–the study of socially-constructed and politically-imposed ignorance. - The Editors
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