Taller Justicia Transicional, UC3M. Javier González Arellano, politólogo y coordinador del observatorio latinoamericano de memorias (latinmemories.org) del International Institute for Philosophy and Social Studies (IIPSS.com), expuso su texto titulado “Memoria del Sufrimiento. Halbwachs, Benjamín y Adorno”, en el marco del taller de Justicia Transicional organizado por el Instituto de Derechos Humanos "Bartolomé de las Casas" de … Sigue leyendo Coordinador del Observatorio Latinoamericano de Memorias expone en Madrid, España
Studies on memory in Latin America have been particularly associated with remembering the violent past of its recent history. Focus has been placed on the human rights violations perpetrated under the military dictatorships in the Southern Cone and on armed conflicts that took place in several countries of Central America and the Andean region. Intellectuals … Sigue leyendo Rethinking Latin American Memories: Trajectories of their study and construction
Alfredo Joignant de la Universidad Diego Portales y Katherina Hite de Vassar College de Estados Unidos, son nuevos investigadores asociados del observatorio.
25 Junio 2015 / Ethan Lou An exhibition with pieces from Chile's renowned Memory and Human Rights Museum is coming to Toronto. roving exhibition about Chile’s years under military dictatorship has come to Toronto, where many refugees from the regime ended up settling. A showcase created by Chile’s Museum of Memory and Human Rights opened … Sigue leyendo Chilean-dictatorship exhibition comes to Toronto
The Latin American Observatory on Memories is a research network focuses in the study of social memory in Latin America. The principal aim is share information and knowledge related to memory in post-conflict societies such as human rights violations, dictatorships, cultural memory of colonialism, and national and transnational commemorations. The networks have relationship with researchers … Sigue leyendo LatinMemories.org.