Tourists of history: memory, kitsch, and consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero

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Duke University Press,
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2007.
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English
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Study of how the memorials created in Oklahoma City and at the World Trade Center site raise questions about the relationship between cultural memory and consumerism.
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9780822341031
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subject_facet Collective memory -- United States, Consumption (Economics) -- Social aspects -- United States, National characteristics, American, Oklahoma City Federal Building Bombing, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1995, Popular culture -- United States, Psychic trauma -- Social aspects -- United States, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001, Souvenirs (Keepsakes) -- Social aspects -- United States
table_of_contents Consuming fear and selling comfort -- Citizens and survivors : cultural memory and Oklahoma City -- The spectacle of death and the spectacle of grief : the execution of Timothy McVeigh -- Tourism and "sacred ground" : the space of Ground Zero -- Architectures of grief and the aesthetics of absence.
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title Tourists of history : memory, kitsch, and consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero
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title_sub memory, kitsch, and consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero