Splintered Memory: Inscribing the Past in Northern Ireland by Joseph Scott Robinson. A Workshop Guide for use by community relations practitioners working in the field of peace building. We are grateful for the support of the Community Relations Council, N.I. and Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, that has made the research and production of this resource possible. A book is currently in the process of being published.
KEY AREAS OF EXPLORATION:
– Challenging Memory and History
– Victims, Victimology, and the State of Exception
– Space, Place, and Inscription
– Consensus, Fragmentation, and What Now for Northern Irish Social Memory?
Joe Robinson, Research Writer and Educator, has been with the Junction as a Consultant. He has written a book, Splintered Memory: Inscribing the Past in Northern Ireland (working title), which is currently in the process of being published. We are privileged to share the key areas of exploration within the book as a Workshop Guide for those interested in learning more about this key area of peace building.