Remembering/Imagining Terror in Europe
Since 2004, various European cities have seen fatal attacks that have been classified as acts of terrorism, as well as numerous foiled and failed attacks. While urban terrorism has triggered an almost universal response in terms of spontaneous eruptions of grief and remembrance, conflicting voices and overlapping material-discursive responses continue to evolve – affecting security infrastructure, legislation, and activism.
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