• Manchester University Press
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Graham Dawson

GRAHAM DAWSON is a cultural historian at the University of Brighton, UK, whose research has focused on the inter-relation of cultural memory, narrative and identity, and the memory of war in modernity. He is author of Soldier Heroes: British Adventure, Empire and the Imagining of Masculinities (London and New York, 1994), and a co-editor and contributor to Trauma: Life Stories of Survivors, and Commemorating War: The Politics of Memory (both Piscataway, New Jersey, 2004). He is currently completing a book on cultural memory, the Irish Troubles and the peace process for Manchester University Press.

Works

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Making Peace with the Past?
Memory, Trauma and the Irish Troubles

Manchester University Press
This book explores the psychic, cultural, and political ramifications of memory within the Irish Troubles. It investigates the traumatic impact of the violence...
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Contested Spaces
Cultural Representations and the Histories of Conflict

Palgrave Macmillan
This book is a cross-cultural collection of essays exploring historical and political meanings of sites of conflict.
Graham Dawson

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