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Advanced Search Find a Library. State repression and the labors of memory. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. On the other hand, in my opinion, among many researchers there is an easy way elizabeh not that interesting to work with memory.

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Where lies the danger? It is neither a word nor a field I truly like, however, it exists, it has an institutional logic, counts with scientific legitimacy as far as there are magazines, university courses as well as a whole institutional system of assessment dedicated to this topic; the institutional leg we did not trabqjos was there developed.

Elizabet Jelin is interviewed by Laura Mombello. Socially speaking and in research terms, I believe that within the testimonial perspective, the idea of witness must be recovered, since it is wider than that of the victim.


Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Firstly they were linked to the trauma and the testimony; the narrative capacity was at the centre of this view, the narrative was of utmost importance.

It took a lot of time to legitimize the study of the contemporary period for the history discipline. The proposal was an interdisciplinary and multinational work project aimed to boost the strengthening of a new generation of researchers at the region with a domain of the state of the art technologies in order to carry out compared researches on this topic, of utmost importance to build more democratic and fair societies.


I witnessed this in a lot of tables in the last congress Latin American Studies Association LASA Chicago, Maywhere everything was considered memory and everybody felt they could present works with that word in the title.

During the Cold War period, as currently understood, the international context was very important. It represents the discrimination and the gay rights violation during the Nazism as a trigger of a call of responsibility of Germany towards the contemporary world in terms of gender identity violation today. Which objects do they conserve, bringing them to the diaspora, coming back? I think the lack of integration of those two dimensions is currently one of the issues missing.

I speak in relation to the Western countries, not only Latin America. If we accept the human rights paradigm, the victim lies on the centre, not the witness.

The understanding and the meaning of the past was always narrated and the understanding of the trauma was more related to the semiotic inability to speak or by means of silences or narrative gaps. Attention was also paid to the executive powers and the State reforms, from the public administration to the public policies. The database for the international comparative analysis of the book is impressive.

For instance, I am a witness of the dictatorship, I lived it, it is part of my experience, but according to the definition of human rights violations, I am not a victim. The human rights movement focused on the victim; however, as researcher, it does not need to be so, since it is possible to distinguish between victim and witness. It proves how memories are linked to objects and materialities. Its aim was to make progress on knowledge and analytical debate on the relations between the transformations and the historical memories senses in societies.


What do the recent history studies contribute in this sense? University of Minnesota Press. What do you think it delivered? We did not study the trials during the Program, neither the financial remedies, that is, everything the States were taking care about.


It is stunning observing how this curve grows. It was interesting because some countries were more clearly worried than others in the memory questions. However, for that one with an special relation with that place, this is worthless and looks for the specifics, the singularity. Afterwards, it comes the rituals and commemorations, monuments and memorials. Anything can be considered memory under a concept of common sense more than from an analytic perspective.

When we started to think about the project, back in —the main researches were mainly focused on the institutional questions of the transitions, such as: In Spain, a huge amount of studies on different sides of the Franco Regime is still coming up. As for Chile, we must understand what the peaceful means to socialism really meant and how did it fit within the context of the Cold War.

Cancel Forgot your password? This event is studied a massacre or it greatly increases the number of studies on repression sites: It represents a whole institutional dimension precisely and deeply working.