Memory, Myth and Moral Authority: Recalling Images of the Past in Times of Crisis

Memory, Myth and Moral Authority: Recalling Images of the Past in Times of Crisis

Some images of the past that live in memory can help us understand the present, but we need to learn how they were constructed.

  • Posted on: 9 August 2020
  • By: CCRA

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"Memory, Myth and Moral Authority: Recalling Images of the Past in Times of Crisis."

This is video was created on 8 August 2020 for and broadcast on CCTV Channel 9 at 4:30pm on Sunday, 9 August 2020 to mark the 75th Anniversary of the Nagasaki atomic bomb dropped by the American armed forces.

The program is part of an ongoing series -- "EcoViews & News" (EV&N # 355) -- past editions of which can be accessed by clicking here. Further background information is available at "Memory, Myth and Moral Authority: Recalling Images of the Past in Times of Crisis.".

A YouTube version is available at: "Memory, Myth and Moral Authority: Recalling Images of the Past in Times of Crisis."

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