History and 

Memory 


Memory is a living phenomenon, something in perpetual evolution, whereas history... is a scholarly and theoretical reconstruction... Memory at times lives on in a religious or sacred key; history is critical and secular. Memory is subject to repression, whereas nothing in principle lies outside the historian's territory.

- Henry Rousso


For History 354 at AIC - click here, or go to American Civil War Era page link below 

For History 202 at AIC - click hereor go to United States History page link below




 


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