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UNED Summer Courses: Anthropology before the memory of Spanish post-war violence

Anthropology before the memory of Spanish post-war violence  From June, 25th 2018 to June, 27th 2018 UNED Summer Courses.   The course tries to reflect on the logic of violence in different contexts, although paying special attention to the expressions and representations of post-war Spanish violence of the 40s of the 20th century. An important […]

DE KERANGAT, Zoé and MATEO, Lidia (2018). The limits of remembrance during the Spanish Transition: Questioning the ‘Pact of Oblivion’ through the analysis of a censored film and a mass-grave exhumation

FECHA TÍTULO AUTORA TIPO 2018 The limits of remembrance during the Spanish Transition: Questioning the ‘Pact of Oblivion’ through the analysis of a censored film and a mass-grave exhumation Zoé de Kerangat and Lidia Mateo Leivas Article

DUTRÉNIT, Silvia (coord.) (2018) Perforando la impunidad. Historia reciente de los equipos de antropología forense en América Latina.

The recent pasts were crossed by processes of repression and state violence over societies; they constitute a reference space for different generations and witnesses. This space is endowed by traumatic events that show socially filtered terror, with its inheritance of pain and crimes committed. While national experiences show a lot of distance from each other, […]

ROJAS-PEREZ, Isaias (2017) Mourning Remains State Atrocity, Exhumations, and Governing the Disappeared in Peru’s Postwar Andes

    Description: Mourning Remains examines the attempts to find, recover, and identify the bodies of Peruvians who were disappeared during the 1980s and 1990s counterinsurgency campaign in Peru’s central southern Andes. Isaias Rojas-Perez explores the lives and political engagement of elderly Quechua mothers as they attempt to mourn and seek recognition for their kin. […]