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Showing all editions for ‘Los trabajos de la memoria’. For example, in relation with the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, what happens to those coming back to the places where maybe their grandparents were victims? Cancel Forgot your password?

Remember me on this computer. How many marks and how much memorai proliferation can you allow?

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For instance, there is a very good article on how groups, different generations, remember the same school in a town. During the Cold War period, as currently understood, the international context was very important. elizqbeth

Your email address will not be published. However, they are very closed events themselves. Under the analysis 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. Los trabajos de la memoria by Elizabeth Jelin. Sometimes I feel institutionalist in front of those working with culture topics or culturologist in front of the political scientists of the institutionality.

Those identified with the recent lis study overlap at a great extent with those focused on the memory studies, since memory is part of the recent history. I speak in relation to the Western countries, not only Latin America. For instance, we found difficult to find colleagues in Brazil who ed to place the emphasis on the dictatorship memory, because repression was a daily concept in the favelas; it was not a dictatorship related privilege, but repression was part of the daily life of poor people.


What I want to point out is that this field is not currently a field, but it looks more like several lines having a reduced dialogue among them.


Those rests are studied according to their present meaning. Which objects do they conserve, bringing them to the diaspora, coming back? The place must be marked, but it must be marked with his mark, not with the mark of the Ministry.

In my opinion, the questions related to memory are so much tied kemoria the victims of the dictatorship that it is more difficult to deal with memory issues in the longer term, which is precisely what ethnography does.

What do you think it delivered? Studying under a memory perspective implies understanding how that past still affects our lives after having passed through all that, even until today. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. It proves how memories are linked to objects and materialities. It took a lot of time to legitimize the study of the contemporary period for the history discipline.

This event is studied a massacre or it greatly increases the number of studies on repression sites: There are two problematic questions you are posing; on the one hand, what to do with the marks, and on the other, how to tackle the studies of those brands? The integration of materialities referring to the past to think about today must be a path to explore.

In this experience participated three groups of young researchers from Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Chile, Argentine and Peru. 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.


Another line is aimed to follow the analysis of the memory works. Where lies the danger? There are researchers working with displaced people from their place of origin where after many years those displaced or their descendant trwbajos come back.

And we must go back to Primo Levi to think the direct witness is not there anymore while you are a secondary witness.

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Elizabet Jelin is interviewed by Laura Mombello. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Those who studied in the 50s were linked to the school, and those who came later were linked to different things.

The state repression had an impact on their daily life, and if that happened before or after a concrete date, if the regime was formally democratic or not, was a secondary fact against the institutional violence. Advanced Search Find a Library. On which dimensions do you observe some progress?

The proposal was an interdisciplinary and multinational work project aimed to boost the strengthening elixabeth 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. Home About Help Search. It is stunning observing how this curve grows. Which would be consequently the questions we could elizabrth today on memory linked issues?