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He points out how the remnants of the destroyed Jewish culture still irritate the trends to homogenize post-Holocaust Polish memory beyond the globalizing standards, as interventions like the work of the artist Yael Bartana do indeed prove. Mnemonic hegemony is ceaselessly being destabilized by subversive activism, while mainstream politics of memory tries to impose the icon of not-yet-sainted pope John Paul II over the social memory of socialism. Altogether, this volume brings together an interesting array of case studies on the lively intersection of the politics of memory and the exhibitionary complex.

Among the growing number of publications in this interdisciplinary field, this book, while not always breaking new ground, in several of its best parts reminds us of how highly different social, political, and cultural conditions in different parts of the world may create similar challenges to the agents of memory active in these realms. Roger I. Simon has a point in quoting Irit Rogoff in his afterword: it is not necessarily the success that counts in the pedagogy of museums; it is trying.

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