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. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, pp. 1-47. Derrida J (1994) Specters of Marx: The State of the Debt, the Work of Mourning, and the New International [translated by Peggy Kamuf]. New York and London: Routledge. Derrida J (2001) The Work of Mourning [translated and edited by Pascale-Anne Brault and Michael Naas]. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press. Hill L, ed (2007) The Cambridge Introduction to Jacques Derrida. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Kofman S (2007) Conjuring Death: Remarks on The Anatomy Lesson of Doctor Nicolas Tulp (1632

Human. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Boumans, Jelle W. and Damian Trilling. 2016. Taking Stock of the Toolkit. - Digital Journalism 4 (1): 8-23. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2015.1096598. Brown, Wendy. 2009. Introduction. - Is Critique Secular? Blasphemy, Injury and Free Speech, coauthored by Talal Asad, Wendy Brown, Judith Butler and Saba Mahmood. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 7-19. Butler, Judith. 2004. Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence. London: Verso. Carrier, Dan. 2015. We Are Charlie: ‘Freedom of Speech

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The work of mourning and organization of the mental space may be seriously disturbed by the real loss of the object and the way how communication with the “still alive” objects is built. Certain obstacles in communication with significant people make the mental separation difficult. The problem of separation, individuation and building of somebody’s own mental space is linked to the way in which the child mourns in relation to the central objects of early childhood. Especially the real loss of a parental object during the early childhood implies a traumatic moment which will excessively dramatize the oedipal issues. In this context, the analysis of the infantile material and development of an analytical work, which would perlaborate the trauma of the loss under a full oedipal conflict of one of the parents, as well as the subjectivation difficulties deriving from this trauma are the indispensable elements of a psychoanalytic work.

References Benjamin, Walter. 1998 [1963]. The Origin of German Tragic Drama. Vert. John Osborne. Londen & New York: Verso. Braude, Claudia. 1993. “Interview with Olga Kirsch.” Jewish Affairs 48(2): 113-115. _____. 1997. “Olga Kirsch, Expatriate South African Poet.” HerStoria 3(3): 31-36. Clewell, Tammy. 2004. “Mourning beyond Melancholia: Freud’s Psychoanalysis of Loss.” Journal of the American Psychological Association 52(1): 43-67. Crous, Marius. 2008. “Portrette van en gesprekke met vaders: die vader-dogterverhouding in die werk van enkele vrouedigters

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By looking at Butler’s theories on grief and mourning, I focus on her concept of ecstasy, or the state of being outside of one’s self, which illustrates the dependency individuals have on social norms as well as the vulnerability such a system of recognition entails. Using this framework, I discuss how the private and the public spheres can construct public bodies. If this happens, individuals can have little say over how their bodies are socially signified. To show this, I use the case of Black women in the USA, where systemic oppression constantly draws their bodies into the public’s eye.

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, Jill M. 2010. “Moving beyond the inclusion of LGBT-themed literature in English language arts classrooms: Interrogating heteronormativity and exploring intersectionality”. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy , 53 (8):625. Bornstein, Kate. 2013. Gender outlaw: On men, women and the rest of us . Routledge. Bowlby, John. 1961. “Processes of mourning”. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis , 42 :317-340. Bowlby, John. 1980. Attachment and loss: Loss . Basic Books. Butler, Judith. 1988. “Performative acts and gender constitution: An essay in phenomenology and

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Poyner, 83–99. Athens: Ohio UP. Rilke, Rainer Maria. 2005. “Eighth Sonnet.” Duino Elegies and the Sonnets to Orpheus. Trans. A. Poulin. New York: Mariner Books. Rilke, Rainer Maria. “Orpheus. Eurydice. Hermes.” Trans. A. S. Kline. http://www.poetryintranslation.com/PITBR/German/MoreRilke.htm#anchor_Toc527606964 (Last accessed 10 February 2016) Rilke, Rainer Maria. “Orpheus. Eurydice. Hermes.” Trans. Stephen Mitchell. http://www.memory-fish.com/burt/poetry/misc/rilke.html (Last accessed 10 February 2016) Rose, Gillian. 1996. Mourning Becomes the Law. Cambridge

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The historic Jewish Purification House Bet Tahara was erected in Olsztyn in 1913 on the basis of the debut design of Erich Mendelsohn, a world-famous architect born in Olsztyn. The most valuable element of the building is a self-supporting pyramid vault above a mourning hall. The paper presents the interesting structure of the building, its technical condition before renovation, as well as the scope of work involved in adapting it into a public utility building - MENDELSOHN HOUSE Intercultural Dialogue Centre. The undertaking was executed thanks to the commitment of the building’s leaseholder - “Borussia” Cultural Community Association, which raised money for this goal from public funds.