This theme issue of Martor examines the ethical questions raised by the publication and display of images and objects associated by illegitimate communist rule in Eastern Europe. I edited it with Dr James Alexander Kapaló and Dr. Gabriela Nicolescu. Our introduction is a long essay focusing on museum displays in Eastern Europe after communist rule. The entire issue can be downloaded here.
It features some great contributions:
David CROWLEY, James KAPALÓ, and Gabriela NICOLESCU
Introduction. Visual Ethics after Communism
I. Hands at Work
Tatiana VAGRAMENKO, and Gabriela NICOLESCU
The Hand at Work or How the KGB File Leaks in the Exhibition
II. Alternative Memory Practices?
The Museum of the Unknown City. Part I
III. Connecting Communities
Heléna HUHÁK, and Lóránt BÓDI
The COURAGE Registry: A Gateway to the Cultural Heritage of Eastern European Nonconformism
The Museum of the Unknown City. Part II
IV. Visual ethics now and then
V. Book Reviews