Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fukushima: Trauma and the History of Place

It is the nature of war and also human nature that what has remained unfinished will pass on to the next generation in one form or another. The history of place often plays a role in these traumatic repetitions. Many … Continue reading

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September Eleventh

It has been my observation both as a historian and a clinician, that traumas tend to happen on the anniversary of other traumas Terrorists know this and often strive to orchestrate catastrophic events on an anniversary of social and political … Continue reading

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