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On Blurred Borders and Interdisciplinary Research Teams: The Case of the "Archive of Mourning"

AuthorsSánchez-Carretero, Cristina ; Cea Gutiérrez, Antonio ; Díaz-Mas, Paloma ; Martínez Olmo, María del Pilar ; Ortiz García, Carmen
KeywordsGrassroots memorials
Mourning rituals
March 11 train attacks
Issue DateSep-2011
PublisherFreie Universität Berlin
CitationForum Qualitative Sozialforschung 12(3): art. 12 (2011)
AbstractThe main objective of this article is to present the "Archive of Mourning," a research project that focuses on the mourning ritual practices in public spaces that took place after the train bombings in Madrid on March 11th 2004. Due to the magnitude of these public mourning rituals, the impact of the bombings in Spanish society and the variety of voices expressed at the stations, a group of researchers working at the Spanish National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, CSIC) started a project to document and analyze the memorials at the stations. The twofold objective of documenting and analyzing the memorialization practices made this research project an interdisciplinary endeavor from the beginning; an initiative in which librarians, anthropologists and literature scholars collaborated.
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