ATKINSON-PHILLIPS, Alison. Survivor Memorials: Remembering Trauma and Loss in Contemporary Australia. Crawley: University of Western Australia Publishing, 2019. 338p. Resenha de: SWAIN, Shurlee. Public History Review, v.27, 2020. As debate rages about memorials from the past Alison Atkinson-Phillips’ monograph, Survivor Memorials, is particularly timely. However, its focus is not on the past, but on a recent…

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SINGER, Peter. Ética prática. Trad. de Jefferson Luiz Camargo. 3. ed. São Paulo: M. Fontes, 2012. Resenha de: LEITE, William Wiltonn. Conjectura, Caxias do Sul, v. 19, n. 3, p. 229-232, set/dez, 2014. O livro Ética prática está composto de um prefácio, 12 capítulos e um apêndice. Peter Singer, filósofo utilitarista nascido na Austrália, atualmente…

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MACINTYRE, Stuart. The Historian’s conscience: Australian Historians on the Ethics of History. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2004. 166p. Resenha de: ARROW, Michelle. Public History Review, v.14, 2007. Working in television making historical programs throughout 2004, my ‘historian’s conscience’ was occasionally troubled and tested by decisions we had to make about the stories we told. Mostly,…

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