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Trauma and literature / edited by J. Roger Kurtz.

Publication:
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
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Book
xvi, 397 pages ; 24 cm.
Series:
Cambridge critical concepts.
Cambridge critical concepts
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Subjects:
Psychic trauma in literature.
Medical subjects:
Psychological Trauma.
Psychiatry in Literature.
Contents:
The psychoanalytic origins of literary trauma studies / Andrew Barnaby
Modernity as the cultural crucible of trauma / Karolyn Steffens
Deconstruction : trauma inscribed in language / Tom Toremans
The Holocaust as the ultimate trauma narrative / Anna Hunter
PTSD : a new trauma paradigm / Lisa Diedrich
Trauma and narrative / Joshua Pederson
Problems in representing trauma / Marinella Rodi-Risberg
Trauma in non-western contexts / Irene Visser
Trauma and memory / Silke Arnold-de Simine
Neuroscience, narrative, and emotion regulations / William Seeley
Trauma in the digital age / Allen Meek
Feminist interventions in trauma studies / Jennifer Griffiths
Healing and post-traumatic growth / Suzanne LaLonde
Trauma and the literature of war / Gerd Bayer
Trauma and sexual violence / Emma V. Miller
Postcolonial trauma / Jennifer Yusin
Trauma and the visual arts / Marie Kru╠łger
The middle passage and race-based trauma / Luminita M. Dragulescu
The trauma of displacement / Madelaine Hron
Trauma, truth and reconciliation / Erica Still
Terrorism : trauma in the excess of affect / Michael Richardson.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Kurtz, John Roger, editor.
ISBN:
9781107176645
1107176646
OCLC:
1003489467