The Ends of the Anarchive
The epilogue reflects on the ways in which the October 17 massacre continues to be rendered invisible in public discourse, while also acknowledging key evolutions in the representation of knowledge about the event. Deliberately open-ended, this final chapter of the book also considers the fate of the anarchive, particularly with respect to the now-declassified police archives, to changing attitudes about national memory, and to the demands of the digital world.
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