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The post-dictatorship generation in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay : collective memory and cultural production /

Ana Ros.

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Author: Ros, Ana
Published: New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, [2012]
Edition: First edition.
Topics: Collective memory - Argentina. | Collective memory - Chile. | Collective memory - Uruguay. | POLITICAL SCIENCE - Political Freedom & Security - General. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Media Studies. | HISTORY - Latin America - South America. | Political control & freedoms - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | History of the Americas - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | Political control & freedoms - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | History of the Americas - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | Film history, theory & criticism - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | Photography & photographs - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | Graphic novel & comic books: guides & reviews - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers - Argentina - Chile - Uruguay. | Politics and Government. | Politics and Government.
Regions: Argentina - History - Dirty War, 1976-1983. | Chile - History - 1973-1988. | Uruguay - History - 1973-1985. | Argentina. | Chile. | Uruguay.
Genres: Electronic books. | History.
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Author: Ros, Ana, 1976-
Physical Description: 1 online resource (xii, 256 pages) : illustrations
Includes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-244) and index.
ISBN: 9781137039781 (electronic book)
1137039787 (electronic book)
(hardback)
(hardback)
6613953644
9786613953643
1283641143
9781283641142
Copyright: ©2012
Summary: "Southern Cone post-dictatorship generations reshape the collective memory of the dictatorial past through political activism and forms of artistic expression (cinema, literature, comics and photography). The author situates their work at the intersection of the individual and the collective: it is enabled by changes in the political context and can have a profound impact on the collective level. At the same time, these projects help artists and activists work through traumatic events individually. The first part of the book focuses on Argentina, where this generation's public interventions have broadened social involvement in remembering the past and encouraged learning from it for the sake of the present. In the second part, the author compares the exemplary achievements in Argentina with Chile and Uruguay, where political conditions are less conducive to genuine debate."--
Subject: Dirty War (Argentina : 1976-1983)
Other Names: SpringerLink (Online service)
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