By Marek Tamm
Lately, we now have witnessed a rearticulation of the conventional courting among the prior, current and destiny, broadening historiography's variety from learning earlier occasions to their later influence and which means. the quantity proposes to examine the views of this strategy known as mnemohistory, and argues for a redefinition of the time period 'event'.
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As Didier Alexandre has underlined, ‘the event may be a natural phenomenon, either catastrophic or insigniﬁcant; or a socio-historical phenomenon affecting a collective. But as long as the event has no subject in the present – that is, as long as no individual works out an understanding of it – it remains pure phenomenon’ (Alexandre 2004: 179). Crossing the ideas of the human sciences with those drawn from literary ﬁction, Alexandre turns to the novelistic work of Claude Simon, which rests on a foundation of omnipresent events.
Afterlife of Events: Perspectives on Mnemohistory by Marek Tamm