Feministyczna narracja o powstaniu warszawskim w warunkach zmediatyzowanej i urynkowionej kultury pamięci
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Artykuły Feministyczna narracja o powstaniu warszawskim w warunkach zmediatyzowanej i urynkowionej kultury pamięci Sławomir Doległo B orcid.org/0000-0003-0555-3272 Instytut Dziennikarstwa, Mediów i Komunikacji Społecznej uniwersytet Jagielloński ABStrACt Feminist narrative of the Warsaw Uprising in the mediated and market-oriented memory culture The Polish romanticist imaginarium has strengthened the hegemonic pattern of soldierly masculinity and shaped the common stereotypes about the war
... r order. Consequently, women's involvement in resistance movement during the World War II, including their service in the Warsaw Uprising, was reduced to secondary and purely symbolic figures and was consistently ignored by the mainstream historiosophical trend for several decades. More than seventy years after the tragic events of August and September 1944, the militarism which dominated the historical narrative creates a space for new perspectives and circulation of memory in the public discourse, involving the fate of the marginalized and previously erased participants/witnesses of the uprising -primarily women and civilians. This happens when communication memory (based on direct contact with witnesses of the war hecatomb) expires, in the realities of pluralistic, mediated, and market-oriented memory culture. The article is an attempt to review contemporary pop culture (re)presentations of female participants of the Warsaw Uprising, paying attention to the femininity models, myths and topoi (or toposes) they introduce.