Sensorial Memory: Embodied Legacies of Genocide

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Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Intergenerational Transmission of Genocidal Legacies Embodied Memories of Genocide Methodology Somatic Modes of Attention and Embodied Memories of Genocide Face Work and Empathic Intersubjectivity Re-Membered Embodied Practices Discussion References
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA Companion to the Anthropology of the Body and Embodiment
EditorsFran Mascia Lees
Number of pages16
StatePublished - 2011


  • Bakhtinian readings of participative thinking
  • concomitantly - seeking out signs of meaningful survivor scars
  • decipher process of intercorporeality and transmission
  • descendants
  • face work and empathic intersubjectivity
  • foundational paradigms in psychology - and Holocaust and genocide studies
  • interactants
  • not being able to access - content of emotive experience
  • re-membered embodied practices
  • sensorial memory - embodied legacies of genocide
  • somatic modes of attention - and embodied memories of genocide
  • talk therapy in therapeutic settings - public forms of testimony and commemoration


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