By Daniela Agostinho, Elisa Antz, Cátia Ferreira
Panic and mourning are exact emotional constructs that regularly intersect and interaction in landscapes of clash, violence, situation, tragedy and disaster, either usual and man-made. while panic has a tendency to ensue in the course of the adventure of the catastrophic occasions, mourning, nonetheless, pertains to the aftermath of a violent disruption and to the way in which people try and make feel of it retrospectively. Conversely, violent occasions may also go away a thread of panic in its aftermath, similar to mourning may be disturbed or reinstated through a catastrophic incidence. This inter-disciplinary assortment seeks to handle questions on the interface of panic and mourning, either separately and together. it truly is fairly drawn to investigating representations and performances of modalities and contexts of panic (fear, horror, terror, rage, anxiousness, surprise, hazard) and mourning (pain, grief, loss, trauma, reminiscence, depression, nostalgia, therapeutic) in media, literary and cultural frameworks.
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As an act of authorship – also in the vital sense that testimony allows the victim to transcend his or her status as a victim, to recover agency and thus to project a new sense of identity for him or herself – testimony is not simply monological, it rests instead on the constitutive presence of a sympathetic listener that allows it to resonate beyond the limited space of personal memory. ⁷ In the framework of such a community, the individual core of an experience of suffering may well remain inscrutable and essentially non-communicable; but the subject position has been dislocated to a shared public dimension where the memory of loss and trauma can provide a space for the work of mourning and maybe even of that egalitarian mourning conjured up by Judith Butler as a utopian prospect.
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