Volume 24.2

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Special Issue on Trauma and Rhetoric: Part 1

"The Girl in the Photograph: The Vietnam War and the Making of National Memory"
by Nancy K. Miller

"'Nobody's Children': Gothic Representation and Traumatic History in The Devil's Backbone"
by Ellen Brinks

"Trying to Transmit: Working Through the Educative Hermeneutics Implicit in Trials for Past Social Abuses" by Mario DiPaolantino

"Pedagogy and Clinical Knowledge: Some Psychoanalytic Observations on Losing and Refinding Significance" by Deborah P. Britzman and Alice J. Pitt

"Bringing it Home: Teaching, Trauma, Testimonial (on Elizabeth Stone's A Boy I Once Knew)" by Ross Chambers

"Without Sanctuary: Bearing Witness, Bearing Whiteness" by Wendy Wolters

"Testifying, Silencing, Monumentalizing, Swallowing: Coming to Terms with In Memory's Kitchen" by Rona Kaufman

"The Rhetoric of Trauma: Teaching about the Holocaust and Postmodern Affect in an Advanced Composition Course" by Robert D. Samuels

"Cyber-Spaces of Grief: Online Memorials and the Columbine High School Shootings"
by Maya Socolovsky

"Writing (and Doing) Trauma Study" by Timothy Richardson

Reviews

"Regarding the Pain of Others by Susan Sontag" by John Schilb

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