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  • Writing about State Violence: Commemoration & Collaboration
  • 28 June 2019, Carla Hepburn
  • Michael Demson discusses the essays contributed to a new edited collection on Peterloo. The post Writing about State Violence: Commemoration & Collaboration appeared first on Edinburgh University Press Blog....