فضای عمومیِ یادمانی، تجسم کدام خاطره‌ی جمعی؟ مطالعه‌ی میدان امام علی (ع) اصفهان در تجربه‌ی کسبه‌ی محلی

نوع مقاله : علمی - پژوهشی

نویسندگان

1 استادیار دانشگاه تهران

2 فارغ التحصیل کارشناسی ارشد طراحی شهری از دانشگاه تهران

چکیده

در پروژه‌ی ساخت میدان امام علی (ع)‌ اصفهان، گذشته‌ای اخیر (سبزه‌میدان) دگرگون و به میدانی وسیع با نام جدید تبدیل تا روایتی از تاریخ جمعیِ شهر را تجسم ببخشد و کالبد را محملی برای بیان نمادین و یادآوری آن سازد. این پژوهش با تأکید بر بُعد سیاسی مفهوم خاطره و یادآوری/ فراموشی، در راستای چرخشی انتقادی به سمت روایت گروه‌های نادیده گرفته شده در پروژه‌ی مزبور است. در این پژوهش با تکیه بر روش‌شناسی نظریه‌ی زمینه‌ای، و با استفاده از روش مصاحبه، تجربه‌ی کسبه‌ی قدیمی که هنوز در محدوده حضور دارند و در معرض تغییرات هستند مطالعه شده است. بر اساس یافته‌های پژوهش، مفهوم وارونگی معناییِ یادمان به مثابه مقوله‌ی هسته‌ای توصیفگر ماهیت تجربه‌ی مصاحبه‌شوندگان از ساخت مکان یادمانی مورد مطالعه است.

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