Staging the “Forgotten Genocide” in the Aftermath of the Dirty War: Una bestia en la luna by Richard Kalinoski

@article{Strichartz2014StagingT,
  title={Staging the “Forgotten Genocide” in the Aftermath of the Dirty War: Una bestia en la luna by Richard Kalinoski},
  author={Ariel Strichartz},
  journal={Latin American Theatre Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={48},
  pages={29 - 7}
}
The most recent Argentine military dictatorship (1976–1983) and the Armenian Genocide (1915–1923) share legacies of state-sanctioned denial and impunity, which have left survivors and subsequent generations grappling with issues of memory and mourning. The intersection of these two collective memories in Argentina, home to a sizable Armenian population, offers a glimpse into how post-dictatorial and post-genocidal memory politics have borrowed from and shaped each other. This article examines… Expand