Toward an Ethics of Spectatorship
This chapter analyzes five reparative projects about military conflicts that engage with the affective pleasures and pains of historical witnessing. These projects confront the limits of representation – the selective memories, mediating forces, and often-unrecoverable accounts of suffering that comprise ambivalent witnessing – that, in turn, evince ethical forms of spectatorship.
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