Critical Linguistic Perspectives on Coping with Traumatic Pasts
[Journal of Language and Politics, 5:1] 2006. 162 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
The language of remembering and forgettingChristine Anthonissen | pp. 1–13
The debate on truth and reconciliation: A survey of literature on the South African Truth and Reconciliation CommissionAnnelies Verdoolaege | pp. 15–35
Narrative inequality in the TRC hearings: On the hearability of hidden transcriptsJan Blommaert, Mary Bock and Kay McCormick | pp. 37–70
Critical discourse analysis as an analytic tool in considering selected, prominent features of TRC testimoniesChristine Anthonissen | pp. 71–96
South African Novelists and the Grand Narrative of ApartheidAnnie Gagiano | pp. 97–109
Linguistic Bearings and Testimonial PracticesFiona Ross | pp. 111–124
History in the making/The making of history: The ‘German Wehrmacht’ in collective and individual memories in AustriaRuth Wodak | pp. 125–154
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