Monuments and Memory

Week 10 Monuments and Memory

Curated by Keyan Ye

September 18, 2020

Required readings

Upton, Dell. “Monuments and Crimes.” Journal 18 (June 2020). http://www.journal18.org/5022.

Baker, Courtney R. “The Loud Silence of Monuments.” Dilettante Army (Spring 2019). http://www.dilettantearmy.com/articles/the-loud-silence-of-monuments?fbclid=IwAR1TKooinxwbW0z_nbCr8gcZeXJYP9J_UrfXLqNRQPKlexZqhYQZ4kv7TGQ

Further Readings

“All Monuments Must Fall.” Accessed September 13, 2020. https://monumentsmustfall.wordpress.com/.

Namakkal, Jessica. “Re-Naming as Decolonization.” Counter Punch (June 2015). https://www.counterpunch.org/2015/06/26/re-naming-as-decolonization/.

Meloche-Holubowski, Mélanie. “Doit-on retirer les monuments confédérés des lieux publics?” Radio-Canada, August 15, 2017. https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1050431/doit-on-retirer-les-monuments-confederes-des-lieux-publics.

Upton, Dell. What Can and Can’t be Said: Race, Uplift, and Monument Building in the Contemporary South . New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015.

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