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From Blanket Impunity to Judicial Opening(s)
With the increasing opportunities for justice ushered in by the repeal of the Full Stop and Due Obedience laws in 2005, the struggles for memory and justice by Argentina’s H.I.J.O.S. (Sons andExpand
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Argentina since the 2001 crisis : recovering the past, reclaiming the future
Bringing together contributions from a multi-disciplinary and international group of experts, this volume explores the effects and legacies of Argentina's 2001-2002 social, economic, and politicalExpand
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The Memorial de los Detenidos Desaparecidos: Fragile memory and contested meaning in Post-dictatorship Uruguay
Nearly thirty years after the Uruguayan civil-military dictatorship (1973–1985) ended, the ways in which memory of this period is treated remains the subject of considerable contestation. In earlyExpand
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Of HIJOS and Niños: Revisiting Postmemory in Post-Dictatorship Uruguay
Focusing on the case of post-dictatorship Uruguay, this article reconsiders the term “postmemory,” coined by Marianne Hirsch to describe the transmission of memory from Holocaust survivors to theirExpand
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Archiving the Repertoire, Performing the Archive: Virtual Iterations of Second-Generation Activism in Post-Dictatorship Argentina
This chapter scrutinises the circulation of second-generation memory activism instigated by the offspring of victims of the Argentine dictatorship of 1976–83. Focusing on the escrache, the noisyExpand