<b>The Materiality of History and the Shifting Shapes of Memory in J. Hersey's <i>Hiroshima</i> and A. Resnais's <i>Hiroshima Mon Amour</i></b> // Materialidad de la historia y formas cambiantes de la memoria: <i>Hiroshima</i> e <i>Hiroshima mon amour</i>

  • Christopher Martin Schliephake University of Augsburg
Keywords: material ecocriticism, memory studies, trauma studies, Hiroshima, ecocrítica material, memoria, trauma

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Author Biography

Christopher Martin Schliephake, University of Augsburg

University of Augsburg, Germany

cm.schliephake85@gmail.com

I am a member of the Philological-Historical Faculty at the University of Augsburg, where I work as a Teaching Assistant in Ancient History. I am also currently working on my PhD thesis in American Cultural and Literary Studies "Urban Ecologies. City Space, Material Agency and Environmental Politics in Contemporary Culture." My research interests include Memory and Place Studies, Environmental and Cultural History and Ecocriticism. For more info see also:

http://www.philhist.uni-augsburg.de/de/lehrstuehle/geschichte/alte/MitarbeiterInnen/chschliephake/

http://uni-augsburg.academia.edu/ChristopherSchliephake

Published
2013-05-01
Section
General Section 4.1 (Spring 2013)