Coming to Terms with War: Traumas, Identities, and the Power of Words

@article{Schoppa2014ComingTT,
  title={Coming to Terms with War: Traumas, Identities, and the Power of Words},
  author={R. Schoppa and Tobie Meyer-Fong and A. Moore},
  journal={Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={3},
  pages={263-274}
}
It is a fitting and revealing approach to categorize the phenomenon of war as a historical event, an existential experience, and a base for redemptive mythmaking (as envisioned by Paul Cohen in his History in Three Keys ). In their works, historians Tobie Meyer-Fong and Aaron William Moore focus on experience and mythmaking in the Taiping Civil War and the Pacific Theater in World War II, respectively. This review essay highlights these two authors' treatment of experience, with a brief look at… Expand

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