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Affect and Nostalgia in Eva Hoffman’s Lost in Translation

References Ahmed, Sara. 2010. Happy objects. In Melissa Gregg and Gregory J. Seigworth (eds.), The affect theory reader, 29-51. Durham: Duke University Press. Angé, Olivia and David Berliner. 2015. Introduction: Anthropology of nostalgia-anthropology as nostalgia. In Olivia Angé and David Berliner (eds.), Anthropology and nostalgia, 1-16. New York: Berghahn. Baranczak, Stanislaw. 1990. Breathing under water and other East European essays. Cambridge: Harvard UP. Berberich, Christine, Neil Campbell

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A Bridge to the Past: Public Memory and Nostalgia for the Communist Times in Modern Georgia

To understand the specifics of collective memory and nostalgia for the communist times in today’s Georgia, it is important to look back to the first two decades of country’s sovereignty. Georgia obtained independence from the USSR in early 1991, and at that time, interethnic conflict in South Ossetia (1991–1992) already had been escalating. Soon after, a military conflict in Abkhazia had started and continued from August 1992 to September 1993. Although these conflicts sometimes are described as civil wars in the result of an ethnic conflict, the separatists

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Nostalgia, Commodification of Emotions and Small-town Tourism: The Case of Vintage Vila

LITERATURE ASHWORTH, GREGORY AND PAGE, STEPHEN J. (2011), “Urban tourism research: Recent progress and current paradoxes”. Tourism Management (32): 1–15 BARTOLETTI, ROBERTA (2010), “Memory Tourism and the Commodification of Nostalgia”. In: Peter Burns, Cathy Palmer, and Jo-Anne Lester (eds.), Tourism and Visual Culture (23-42, Vol. 1). Wallingford: CABI BONNETT, ALASTAIR (2016), The Geographies of Nostalgia: Global and Local Perspectives on Modernity and Loss . London and New York: Routledge BOYM, SVETLANA (2007), “Nostalgia and Its

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Vitality of Public Open Space (Case Study: Taman Nostalgia Kupang)

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The purpose of the study is to determine the condition of Taman Nostalgia in terms of vitality (the quality of function, physic (environment), and meaning). The study implements descriptive approach, by which the study presents and describes the condition of Taman Nostalgia based on the phenomenon found in the field. The data are collected through documentation, observation, and interviews and are analyzed using descriptive approach and Project for Public Space. The results showed that the condition of Taman Nostalgia in terms of vitality has decreased due to several causes, such as the direct connection between relaxing area and garden area, the location and capacity of the plaza which is limited and not functional, direct connection between playground and plant area, the absence of space marker and the division of sub space in the parking area, the placement of jogging track separated and not connected to the centre of park activity, unattractive culinary area and its forming activities, limited space of sports centre, and unavailability of supporting facilities. Likewise, seen from the aspects of forming quality of the area, the park showed the absence of management concerning the aspect of needs (comfort, relaxation, passive/active engagement, and discovery), user rights (access and ease of achievement, freedom of action, claim, and change), and meaning (legibility, relevance between cultural norms and the user, individual connection, group connection, connection to larger society, biological connection, and connection to other world).

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Collective Cultural Memory as a TV Guide: “Living” History and Nostalgia on the Digital Television Platform

References Bond, Lucy; Stef Craps and Pieter Vermeulen, eds. 2017. Memory Unbound: Tracing the Dynamics of Memory Studies . New York: Berghahn Books. Boym, Svetlana. 2001. The Future of Nostalgia. New York: Basic Books. Bolter, Jay David and Richard Grusin. 1999. Remediation: Understanding New Media. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Buonanno, Milly. 2008. The Age of Television: Experiences and Theories . Bristol: Intellect Books. Bourdon, Jérôme. 2003. Some Sense of Time: Remembering Television. History and Memory vol. 15, no. 2: 5

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”A past that has never been present”: The Literary Experience of Childhood and Nostalgia

W orks C ited Agacinski, Sylviane. Time Passing: Modernity and Nostalgia . Trans. Jody Gladding. New York: Columbia UP, 2000. Print. Austin, Frances O. “ Ing forms in Four Quartets .” English Studies 63.1 (1982): 23–31. Print. Austin, Frances O. “Making Sense of Syntax: A Reply to Peter Barry.” English Studies 66.2 (1985): 167–68. Print. Barrie, J. M. “ Peter Pan” and “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens.” Ware: Wordsworth, 2007. Print. Boym, Svetlana. The Future of Nostalgia . New York: Basic, 2001. Print. Caracciolo

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Postmodern Japan Middle Class Related Mythology and Nostalgia

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“Dig, What Makes Your Mouth So Big?”: Off-Modern Nostalgia, Symbolic Cannibalism, and Crossing the Border of the Universal Language in Clarence Major’s “The Slave Trade: View from the Middle Passage”

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Nostalgic Sentiment And Cultural And Creative Industries In Regional Development: A Slovak Case Study

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“This fabulous flotsam”: Michael Moorcock’s Urban Anthropology in “London under London”

.org. literarylondon. org, n.p. Web. 31 March 2015. Bonnett, Alastair. “The Dilemmas of Radical Nostalgia in British Psychogeography.” Theory Culture Society. 26 (2009), 45-70. Print. ---. Left in the Past Radicalism and the Politics of Nostalgia. London and New York: Continuum, 2011. Print. Bulwer-Lytton, Edward. Vril, the Power of the Coming Race (1871). Whitefish, MT: Kessinger Publishing, 1997. Print. Chalupsky, Petr. “London of the Mind: The Narrative of Psychogeographic Antiquarianism in Selected London Novels of

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