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For the most traditional sectors of history, those focused on the recent history move inside a field not so much different to the work of an anthropologist or a sociologist or a political scientist. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. We must remember how difficult it was to accept the oral history and the usage of testimonies as sources in a historical research of the recent past. Van Alphen makes this distinction and in my opinion is a valid and interesting one. This event is studied a massacre or it greatly increases the number of studies on repression sites: Through the same building, different memory links were built.
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It proves how there is a cascade which started in Argentine upon launching trials and which greatly expanded around the globe. The human rights movement focused on the victim; however, as memmoria, it does not need to be so, since it is possible to distinguish between victim and witness. If I had to draw up the program today, I would leave all the cultural products part to those who analyse cultural products.
Ludmila da Silva Catela speaks about short term pa and long term memories: I speak in relation to the Western countries, not only Latin America. The artistic expression was added to these researches in a performative way.
State repression and the labors of memory by Elizabeth Jelin. However, the true reality shown is much more related to the present than with the Nazism, and the liaison among both concepts is what makes it significant. For instance, we found difficult to find colleagues in Brazil who wanted 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.
The memory issues have conquered the public space and the social sciences and humanities fields, however in a very unsatisfactory way; this topic is being trivialized. There are treated the questions on public memories and policies on memories.
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Another line of work is more focused on the witness, on the subjectivity. Afterwards, it comes the rituals and commemorations, monuments and memorials. The state repression had an impact on their daily life, and if that happened before or after a concrete date, if the regime was elizabeeth democratic or not, was a secondary fact against the institutional violence. Where lies the danger? It represents a whole institutional dimension precisely and deeply working.
If you want to learn a bit more and interpret or make sense of the studied processes, it is necessary to take into account the previous period. It trabajod a lot of time to legitimize the study of the contemporary period for the history discipline. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.
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Elizabet Elizabetj is interviewed by Laura Mombello. Sometimes I feel institutionalist in front of those working with culture topics or culturologist in front of the political scientists of the institutionality.
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. When we jjelin to think about the project, back in —the main researches were mainly focused on the institutional questions of the transitions, such as: Remember me on this computer.
That was the starting point. It is placed in a park, it is not very big, it is not monumental, but the message is an important model which links past with present. Showing all editions for ‘Los trabajos de la memoria’ Sort by: Los trabajos de la memoria by Elizabeth Jelin. In my opinion, the questions related to memory are so much tied to 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.
For example, in elizabeyh with the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, what happens to those coming back to the places where maybe trabaos grandparents were victims? She has been Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin and member of elizageth Academic Directory of that institution. In this experience participated three groups of young researchers from Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Chile, Argentine and Peru. According to the human rights movement, victim and witness were put together.
In that case, the link with the judiciary depending on the collective matters would flizabeth into play. On which dimensions do you observe some progress? Which objects do they conserve, bringing them to the diaspora, coming back?
What do you think it delivered?
During the Cold War period, as currently understood, the international jeoin was very important. Those still active are still in contact among them, delivering works, participating even in management places related with memory questions at the trabjaos places, and promoting exchanges. Displaying Editions 1 – 10 out of 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.