Bibliographie

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A Congo Chronicle. Patrice Lumumba in Urban Art. New York: Museum for African Art 1999.

Addis Ababa. the Enigma of the ‘New’ and the ‘Modern’, Exhibition Cat. Addis Ababa, Modern Art Museum Centre 2013.

Africas. The Artist and the City. A Journey and an Exhibition. Barcelona, Centre de Cultura Contemporània, 2001.

AHRENDT, Hannah: Eichmann in Jerusalem: a Report on the Banality of Evil, London 1963.

ARNOLDI, Mary Jo: „Bamako, Mali. Monuments and modernity in the urban imagination.“ In: Africa Today 54 (2), 2007, 3–24.

ARNOLDI, Mary Jo: „Symbolically inscribing the city“. In: African Arts 36 (2), 2003, 56-68.

ASHPLANT, Timothy G., Graham DAWSON and Micheal ROPER (eds.): The Politics of Memory. Commemorating War. London/New Brunswick 2004.

ASSMANN, Aleida: Erinnerungsräume. Formen und Wandlungen des kulturellen Gedächtnisses. München 2003.

ASSMANN, Aleida: Cultural Memory and Western Civilization. Functions, Media, Archives. Cambridge 2012.

BASUALDO, Carlos, Ute META BAUER, Okwui ENWEZOR, Susanne GHEZ, Sarat MAHARAJ, Mark NASH, Octavio Zaya (eds.): Under siege: Four African cities. Freetown, Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Lagos. Ostfildern-Ruit 2002.

BEKKER, Simon and Göran THERBORN (eds.): Capital Cities in Africa. Power and Powerlessness. Cape Town / Dakar 2011.

BEN-AMOS, Dan and Liliane WEISSBERG (eds.): Cultural memory and the construction of identity. Detroit 1999.

BHABHA, Homi (ed.): Nation and Narration. London / New York 1990.

BORSDORF, Ulrich and Heinrich Theodor GRÜTTER (eds.): Orte der Erinnerung. Denkmal, Gedenkstätte, Museum. Frankfurt/M / New York 1999.

BRAH, Avtar and Annie COOMBES (eds.): Hybridity and its Discontents. Politics, Science and Culture. London / New York 2000.

BURTCHER, Angelika and Judith WIELANDER (eds.): Visible. Where Art Leaves its Own Field and Becomes Visible as Part of Something Else. Berlin / New York 2010.

BUTLER, Thomas (ed.): Memory. History, Culture and the Mind. Oxford / New York 1989.

COETZEE, Carli and Sarah NUTALL (eds.): Negotiating the past. The making of memory in South Africa. Cape Town 1998.

CONNERTON, Paul: How societies remember. Cambridge et al. 1998.

COOMBES, Annie: History After Apartheid. Visual Culture and Public Memory in a Democratic South Africa. Durham 2003.

DEACON, Janette (ed.): Monuments and Sites. South Africa. ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) National Committee 1996.

DELMONT, Elizabeth, „The Voortrekker Monument. Monolith to Myth.“ South African Historical Journal 29, 1993, 76-101.

DUBOW, Neville: “On monuments, memorials and memory. Some precedents towards a South African option.” In: DOXTADER, Erik and Charles VILLA-VICENCIO (eds.): To repair the irreparable. Reparation and reconstruction in South Africa. Claremont 2004, 359-378.

FAIRWEATHER, Ian: “Showing off. Nostalgia and heritage in North-Central Namibia.” In: Journal of Southern African Studies 20(1), 2003.

FENTRESS, James, Chris J. WICKHAM: Social Memory. Oxford 1992.

FIELD, Sean: “Remembering experiences, interpreting memory. Life stories from Windermere.” In: African Studies 60(1), 2001, 119-133.

FORTY, Adrian and Susanne KÜCHLER (eds.): The art of forgetting. Oxford / New York 1999.

GIORGHIS, Fasil: Addis Ababa. The City and its Urban and Architectural Heritage from 1886 – 1941. Addis Ababa 2008.

HALBWACHS, Maurice: On collective memory. Chicago 1992. (La mémoire collective, 1967).

HARDY, Stacy: “A brief history of monuments.” In: Chimurenga Chronic, 2013, 3.

HERZ, Manuel (Ed.): African Modernism. The Architecture of Independence. Ghana, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Zambia. Zürich 2015.

HLONGWANE, Ali Khangela (ed.): Footprints of the ‘Class of 76’. Commemoration, memory, mapping and heritage. Johannesburg/Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum 2008.

HULL, Richard W.: African Cities and Towns before the European Conquest. New York 1977.

JOCHMANN, Herbert: Öffentliche Kunst als Denkmalkritik. Studien zur Spezifik zeitgenössischer Kunst in Bezugnahme auf öffentliche Erinnerungszeichen. Weimar 2001.JOHNSON, Nuala: “Cast in stone. Monuments, geography, and nationalism.” In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space (13),1995, 51-65.

JUDIN, Hilton and Ivan VLADISLAVIC (eds.): Blank. Architecture, Apartheid and After. Rotterdam 2002.

KOSHAR, Rudy: From monuments to traces. Artifacts of German memory 1870-1990. Berkeley / Los Angeles / London 2000.

KROS, Cynthia: “A New Monumentalism? From Art to Freedom Park.” In: Image and Text, 2012, 34-51.

KNEBEL, Nikolaus, with students of the Ethiopian Institute for Architecture, Building Construction and City Development: Addis Modern. Re-discovering the 1960s Architecture of Africa’s Capital City. Addis Ababa 2013.

LALU, Premesh, Brent Harris: “Journeys From the Horizons of History. Text, Trial and Tales in the Construction of Narratives of Pain.” In: Current Writing 8 (2), 1996, 24-38.

LANDAU, Paul Stuart and Deborah D. KASPIN (eds.): Images & empires. Visuality in colonial and postcolonial Africa. Berkeley / Los Angeles / London 2002.

LE GOFF, Jacques: Storia e Memoria. Turino 1982. (Geschichte und Gedächtnis, 1992).

MALAQUAIS, Dominique: „Monumental Failures“. In: Chimurenga Chronic, 2013, 20-22.

MALAQUAIS, Dominique: Architecture, pouvoir et dissidence au Cameroun. Paris 2002.

MARSCHALL, Sabine: Landscape of Memory: Commemorative Monuments, Leiden: Brill 2009. Available on open access. ASC – 075287668-313-01.pdf. https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/bitstream/handle/1887/18536/ASC-075287668-313-01.pdf?sequence=2.

MEIER, Hans . and Marion Wohlleben (eds.): Bauten und Orte als Träger von Erinnerung. Die Erinnerungsdebatte und die Denkmalpflege. Zürich, 2000.

MICHALSKI, Sergiusz: Public monuments. Art in political bondage 1870-1997. London 1998.

MILLS, Cynthia and Pamela H. SIMPSON (eds.): Monuments to the lost cause. Women, art and the landscapes of southern memory. Knoxville 2003.

MITCHELL, William J.T. (ed.): Art and the public sphere. Chicago 1992.

MSEMWA, Paul: From King George V Memorial Museum to House of Culture. National Museum of Tanzania, Dares Salam 2005.

MYERS, Garth Andrew: African Cities. Alternative Visions & Urban Theory and Practice. London 2011.

NETTLETON, Anitra: Can Monuments Speak in African Languages? Interrogating Issues of Style in Post-Colonial African Monuments, Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the South African Association of Art Historians (SAAAH), University of Stellenbosch, 11-13 September 2003.

NORA, Pierre: Les lieux de mémoire: Tome 1, la République. Paris 1984. (Rethinking France, Volume 1, Les lieux de mémoire: The State, 1999)

NORA, Pierre: Les lieux de mémoire: Tome 2, La Gloire, les mots. Paris 1986. (Rethinking France, Volume 2, Les lieux de mémoire: Space, 2006)

NORA, Pierre: Les lieux de mémoire, Tome 3, Les Frances – de l’archive à l’emblème. Paris 1993. (Rethinking France, Volume 3, Les lieux de memoire: Legacies, 2009)

NORA, Pierre: “Between memory and history: Les lieux de mémoire.” In: Representations 26(1/4), 1989, 7-25.

OHA, Obododimma: “Signs, cities, and designs of capacities. The semiotics of road monuments in some Nigerian cities.” In: The African Anthropologist 7(1), 2000, 33-47.

PARTRIDGE, Matthew: “Heritage: Going for Bust.” In: Financial Mail, May 2-17, 2014, 24-25.

PIETERSE, Edgar (ed.): African Cities Reader. Pan-African Practices. Cape Town 2010.

PIETERSE, Edgar: City Futures. Confronting the Crisis of Urban Development. London 2008.

PIETERSE, Edgar and Ntone EDJABE (eds.): African Cities Reader II. Mobility & Fixtures. Cape Town 2011.

PINTHER, Kerstin, Larissa FOERSTER and Christian HANUSSEK (eds): Afropolis. City, Media, Art. Johannesburg 2011. [Afropolis. Stadt, Medien, Kunst, 2010]

ROSS, Marc Howard (ed.): Culture and Belonging in Divided Societies. Contestation and Symbolic Landscapes. Philadelphia 2009.

SCHAUB, Didier: “Transformations of the City.” In: AUS DEM MOORE, Elke and IFA (eds): Where We Meet. Cultural Translation and Art in Social Transformation. Stuttgart 2012, 14-19.

SEGAL, Lauren: Number Four. The Making of Constitution Hill. Johannesburg 2006.

SIMBAO, Ruth, “The Thirtieth Anniversary of the Soweto Uprising. Reading the Shadow in Sam Nzima’s Iconic Photograph of Hector Pieterson.” In: Ali Hlongwane (ed.): Footprints of the ‘Class of 76’. Commemoration, Memory, Mapping and History. Johannesburg 2008, 131-176.

SPIVAK, Gayatri Chakravorty: “Can the Subaltern Speak?” In: NELSON, Cary and Larry GROSSBERG (eds.): Marxism and the interpretation of Culture. Chicago 1988.

STEVENS, Garth, Norman DUNCAN and Derek HOOK (eds.): Race, Memory and the Apartheid Archive. Towards a Transformative Psychological Praxis. Houndmills 2013.

THELEN, David and Karie L. Morgan (eds.): Experiencing Sophiatown: Conversations Among Residents about the Past, Present and Future of a Community. Johannesburg 2014.

VLADISLAVIC, Ivan: Propaganda by monuments and other stories. Cape Town 1996.

WERBNER, Richard (ed.): Memory and the Postcolony. African Anthropology and the Critique of Power. London / New York 1998.

WESSELS, Andre: “In search of acceptable national symbols for South Africa.” In: Journal for Contemporary History 19(2), 1994, 262-87.

YOUNG, James E. (ed.): Holocaust Memorials in History. The art of Memory. Munich / New York 1994.


Magazines and special publications
Kunstforum International, No. 127, Juli - Sept. 1994, (Konstruktionen des Erinnerns. Transitorische Turbulenzen I)

Kunstforum International, No. 128, Okt.-Dez. 1994, (Zwischen Erinnern und Vergessen. Transitorische Turbulenzen II)

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