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08-May-14 - Highly praised Public Memory of Slavery answers critical questions from LASA 2014 theme--Democracy and Memory!

The theme for this year’s LASA congress–democracy and memory–is a highly important one which presses scholars to consider critical questions regarding the impact of collective memory and institutional development.

Cambria Press congratulates Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo for being ahead in her research and already providing insightful answers in her book, Public Memory of Slavery, which has earned rave reviews, including for being "truly interdisciplinary in scope" in various journals!

Read about this at the Cambria Press blog.

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