Remembering Communist Violence: The Bulgarian Gulag and the Conscience of the West

@article{Kaneva2007RememberingCV,
  title={Remembering Communist Violence: The Bulgarian Gulag and the Conscience of the West},
  author={N. Kaneva},
  journal={Journal of Communication Inquiry},
  year={2007},
  volume={31},
  pages={44 - 61}
}
  • N. Kaneva
  • Published 2007
  • Philosophy, Sociology
  • Journal of Communication Inquiry
This article problematizes the rhetorical appropriations of memories of violence by focusing on a collection of narratives of former labor camp inmates in communist Bulgaria. The collection, published in the United States in 1999 under the title Voices From the GULAG: Life and Death in Communist Bulgaria, was edited and introduced by Tzvetan Todorov and represents an effort to interpret the meaning of communist political violence. By examining Todorov's strategies of interpretation, the article… Expand

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