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This combination of materialities and narratives offer a possibility to escape from this kind of impasse in the study of memories. Don’t have an account? In the memory field, this is the type of studies currently proposed. Anything can be considered memory under a concept of common sense more than from trabaojs analytic perspective.
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.
Los trabajos de la memoria by Elizabeth Jelin. How many marks and how much mark proliferation can you allow? She trabajso a way to measure the presence of human rights prosecutions in the recent past of each country and the world.
Her main research focus lies on human rights, political repression memories, citizenship, social movements and family. I would mainly focus on what happens today to people whose past is present, and how people use the institutions, how do they work with their daily lives.
Our first idea was looking into the meaning of building citizenship from the presence of the new and different social movements. What do you think it delivered? Showing all editions for ‘Los trabajos de la memoria’. We did not study the trials during the Program, elizabfth the financial remedies, that is, everything the States were taking care about.
This is where the danger of policies on sites lies on.
It proves how there is a cascade which started in Argentine upon launching trials and which greatly expanded around the globe. The aim of the program was to make up a critical mass of young people, that was a success. For example, in relation with the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, what happens to those eliaabeth back to the places where maybe their grandparents were victims?
The testimonial literature you made reference to, how is it related to the idea of victim? Meemoria 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. If I had to draw up the program today, I would leave all the cultural products part to those who analyse cultural products.
It represents a whole institutional dimension precisely and deeply working. What is the origin of the Program?
Where lies the danger? The integration of materialities referring to the past to think about today must be a path to explore. It is stunning observing how this curve grows. Those identified with the recent history study overlap at a great extent with those focused on the memory studies, since memory is part of the recent history. Those who could not be at the university nor at a trade union, those who spent sleepless nights and night full of fear, or who lost their jobs or had to accept miserable working conditions and salaries, but whose experiences for good reasons are not included when counting the direct victims.
If we accept the human rights paradigm, the victim lies on the centre, not the witness. 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 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 have was there developed. Currently, it could be more interesting to create a collective research program more depending on the problematic fields than country related.
For instance, there trsbajos a very good article on how groups, different generations, remember the same school in a town. We mostly focused on the memory and less on the institutional transformation or how the institutions coped with the past. In that case, the link with the judiciary depending on the collective matters would come into play.
Year 8 17 12 Language Spanish 20 English This proves that for different generations and groups different objects might turn into different objects or the same but with a different meaning. 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.
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Under the paradigm of the human rights and its interpretation, in order to be a victim, it basically counts the personal vexation. These links were related to the pedagogic offer of the time: At the time where the Southern Cone was passing the transition period, that approach made a lot of sense, but the reality of that region is completely different now. On the other hand, in my opinion, among many researchers there is an easy way and not that interesting to trabajoz with memory.
There are left proper studies on what part of the past currently takes part in our daily lives; that is, more ethnographic and sociological studies. 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.
Search WorldCat Find items trabaajos libraries near you. The conflict between memories, senses of the past and its updating or crystallisation in the present did not take long to show up, as in all cases I know.
There are treated the questions on public memories and policies on memories. University of Minnesota Press. There are researchers working with displaced people from their place of origin where after many years those displaced or their descendant can come back. Under the tdabajos of the Franco Regime, the 70s in Argentine or the Cold War during the 70s, you must work with memories; however, using memory as a source with the aim to rebuild it by means of oral sources from those who experienced those situations.
Van Alphen makes this distinction and in my opinion is a valid and interesting one.