In the past decade critical studies scholars have concentrated much of their research about memory on the examination of cultural sites, including memorials, monuments, museums, and performative historical events and festivals.1 These discursive spaces comprise what Tamar Katriel calls the heritage industry, a business that has become a pervasive feature of the cultural landscapes of contemporary Western societies. According to Stephen King, museums specifically mirror a larger cultural struggle between powerful institutionalized voices and marginalized communities over issues of representation and identity.
Memories of the Alabama Creek War, 1813-1814: U.S. Governmental and Native Id... Jason Edward Black American
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