JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory, Volume 24, Number 2, 2004 Page: 5
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Volume 24 Number 2 2004
Special Issue, Part 1:
Trauma and Rhetoric
261 The Girl in the Photograph:
The Vietnam War and
the Making of National Memory
Nancy K Miller
291 "Nobody's Children": Gothic Representation
and Traumatic History in
The Devil's Backbone
313 Trying to Transmit: Working Through
the Educative Hermeneutics
Implicit in Trials for Past Social Abuses
353 Pedagogy and Clinical Knowledge:
Some Psychoanalytic Observations
on Losing and Refinding Significance
Deborah P. Britzman and Alice J. Pitt
375 Bringing It Home:
Teaching, Trauma, Testimonial
(on Elizabeth Stone's A Boy I Once Knew)
399 Without Sanctuary:
Bearing Witness, Bearing Whiteness
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