Trauma at Home After 9/11
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Description: The distinguished writers in this text confront September 11th 2001 from a variety of personal, cultural, scholarly and clinical perspectives.
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List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Publication date: 3/1/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|The Dead of September II|
|On That Day|
|September Ii: Between Memory and History|
|Wounded New York|
|Reporting the Disaster|
|If You Have Tears|
|"there's No Backhand to This"|
|I Took Pictures: September 2001 and Beyond|
|A Camera and a Catastrophe: Reflections on Trauma and the Twin Towers|
|Uncanny Sights: the Anticipation of the Abomination|
|The War of the Fathers: Trauma, Fantasy, and September II|
|Masked Power: an Encounter with the Social Body in the Flesh|
|The Limits of Empathy and the Global Politics of Belonging|
|First Writing Since|
|"there is No Poetry in This": Writing, Trauma, and Home|
|Fallout of Various Kinds|
|9/11/01 = 1/27/01: the Changed Posttraumatic Self|
|Rubble as Archive, or 9/11 as Dust, Debris, and Bodily Vanishing|
|A Not So Temporary Occupation Inside Ground Zero|
|September 11, 2001-an Event Without a Voice|
|Remember Life with Life: the New World Trade Center|