The Predicament of Aftermath: Reflections on 9-11 and Oklahoma City

author: Edward T. Linenthal, Department of History, Indiana University Bloomington
published: Feb. 28, 2011,   recorded: April 2002,   views: 2379
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In this talk, Edward Linenthal discusses the similarities and differences in cultural reactions to the events of September 11, 2001, and the aftermath of the Oklahoma City terrorist bombing of April 19, 1995. He explores the co-construction of narrative and memorial process in light of considerations for the World Trade Center and a memorial at the site.

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