editors: Raluca Grosescu, Laure Neumayer and Eva-Clarita Pettai
Presses Universitaires de France
The collection investigates how after 1989 the criminalization of communist regimes has turned into a global discourse and practice. From different angles the articles explore how different memory entrepreneurs from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) mobilised transnationally and created strategic alliances in order to forge, legitimise and consolidate an international ethos that criminalised communism. The contributions focus on the circulation of ideas and the transnational cooperation between different world regions including CEE, Latin America, North America and Maghreb.