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Aside the social-artistic activity Raz-Ram initiates research and learning activities. through forums and projects in the domains of Psychology, History and Heritage,Raz-Ram operates to create cooperation among artists, curators and researchers.

Korczak Education Forum at Tel Aviv University and the Raz-Ram Foundation


Bibliography; Scientific Researches, Books, Articles and Database on Bereavement, Mourning and Loss

Psychological perspective - [the work of mourning]

William Brewer, What is Recollective Memory?, in D.C. Rubin (Ed.), Remembering our Past. Cambridge UP. Cathy Caruth (Ed.), Trauma: Explorations in memory, Johns Hopkins UP, 1995. Martin Conway, Autobiographical Memory: An introduction, Open UP, 1990. Jeffrey Prager, Presenting the Past: Psychoanalysis and the sociology of misremembering, Harvard UP, 1998. S. Freud, Mourning and Melancholia, London 1917 C.M. Parkes, Bereavement: Studies of Grief in Adult Life, London 1986. M. Weiss, ‘We Are All One Bereaved Family’: Personal Loss and Collective Mourning in Israeli Society, Studies in Contemporary Jewry 14, 1999.bin, Tel Aviv 1996. A.B. Kaufman, Art in boxes: an exploration of meanings, in: The Arts in Psychotherapy 23 (3) 1996.

Philosophical perspective

Aron Ben-Zeev, Two Approaches to Memory, Philosophical Investigations 9, 1986. H. Bergson, Matter and memory. MIT Press 1991. David Cockburn, Other Times: philosophical perspectives on past, present, and future, Cambridge UP, 1997. Christoph Hoerl/Teresa McCormack (Ed.), Time and Memory, Oxford UP, 2001. Avishai Margalit, The Ethics of Memory, Harvard UP, 2002. David Stern, Models of memory: Wittgenstein and cognitive science, Philosophical Psychology 4, 1991. J.O. Urmson, Memory and imagination. Mind 80:607. 1971.

Multi-cultural perspective

Pierre Bourdieu, Outline of the Theory of Practice, Cambridge UP, 1977. Paul Connerton, How Societies Remember, Cambridge UP, 1989. Adrian Forty/Susanne Kuchler (Ed.), The Art of Forgetting, Oxford (Berg), 1999. John R. Gillis, Commemorations, Princeton UP, 1996. Maurice Halbwachs, On Collective Memory (Heritage of Sociology), University of Chicago Press, 1992. Susanne Kuchler/Walter Melion (Ed.), Images of Memory: On remembering and representation, Smithsonian Inst.Press, 1991. Milan Kundera, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting, Perennial, 1999. Bruce Mau, Friedrich Kittler, Gabriele Brandstetter, Aleida Assmann (Ed.), ReMembering the Body: Body and Movement in the 20th, Hatje Cantz Pub., 2000.

Historical perspective

Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, Verso Books, 1991. Jan Assmann, Moses the Egyptian: The memory of Egypt in Western monotheism, Harvard UP, 1997. Maoz Azaryahu, The topography of national remembrance. Two Israeli cases, in: Y. Gradus/G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography, Beer Sheva 1996. Amos Funkenstein, Perceptions of Jewish History, University of California Press, 1993. Patrick H. Hutton, History As an Art of Memory, Univ of Vermont, 1993. Daniel Levy, Nathan Sznaider, Erinnerung im globalen Zeitalter: Der Holocaust, Frankfurt a.M. 2001. Pierre Nora, Realms of Memory, Columbia UP, 1998. Terence Ranger, Eric Hobsbawn (Ed.), The Invention of Tradition, Cambridge UP, 1992. Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, Zakhor: Jewish History and Jewish Memory, University of Washington Press, Reissue edition 1996. James E. Young, The Texture of Memory: Holocaust Memorials and Meaning, Yale UP, 1994. James E. Young, Writing and Rewriting the Holocaust: Narrative and the Consequences of Interpretation, Indiana UP, 1990.

Artistic and Literary perspectives

Eretz-Israel Museum (Ed.), Map of a Memory. Spectrum of Commemoration in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin, Tel Aviv 1996.
A.B. Kaufman, Art in boxes: an exploration of meanings, in: The Arts in Psychotherapy
23 (3) 1996.