The Ethics of Memory: What Does it Mean to Apologize for Historical Wrongs
The controversy for this issue focuses on the theme, “The Ethics of Memory: What Does it Mean to Apologize for Historical Wrongs.” Although the controversial scenario we posed for this issue stems from current events in the news, we invited authors to examine more deeply the historical and cultural undercurrents that gave rise to them. Our authors responded from a number of different perspectives that encapsulate different times, populations, scholarly disciplines, methodologies and ways of interpreting the question.
"The Ethics of Memory: What Does it Mean to Apologize for Historical Wrongs,"
Journal of Educational Controversy: Vol. 14:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://cedar.wwu.edu/jec/vol14/iss1/9
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