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Introduction to the volume. Truth and Memory: Writing the History of our Own Times
Anne Pérotin-Dumon
Truth, Justice and Memory

Overview

The Human Right to the Truth: Lessons Learned From Latin American Experiences with Truth Telling
Juan E. Méndez

History and Memory:
The Writing of History and the Representation of the Past
Paul Ricœur

Maurice Halbwachs and the Sociology of Memory
Marie-Claire Lavabre

Archives for a Recent
and Violent Past: Argentina,
Chile, Peru
Overview

Archives on Repression and Memory in Argentina
Federico Guillermo Lorenz

Archives to Study the Recent Past in Chile
Jennifer Herbst with
Patricia Huenuqueo


Archives on Human Rights in Peru
Ruth Elena Borja Santa Cruz


Argentina: The Last Cycle
of Political Violence
Overview

Political Violence in Twentieth Century Argentina: a Critical Review of the Literature
Luis Alberto Romero

Mobilization and Politicization: Lawyers in Buenos Aires between 1968 and 1973
Mauricio Chama

The Argentine Church in the Last Military Dictatorship.
Terror Unfurled over the Catholic Camp (1976-1983)
Martín Obregón

Witnesses of the Defeat.
Malvinas: Soldiers and War in the Argentine Transition to Democracy, 1982-1987
Federico Guillermo Lorenz

The Military in the Argentine Transition: from Government to Constitutional Subordination
Carlos H. Acuña and
Catalina Smulovitz

Conflicts of Memory in Argentina.
A Historical Study of Social Memory
Hugo Vezzetti
Chile: The Roads of History
and Memory
Overview

The Past is Present: History and Memory in Contemporary Chile
Peter Winn

September 11, 1973 in La Legua Shantytown of Santiago, Chile
Mario Garcés D.

La Michita (1964-1983):
From University Reform to Community Life
Manuel Gárate-Chateau

Testimony of Traumatic Political Experiences: Therapy and Denuncia (1973-1980)
Elizabeth Lira

Overcoming Official Silences in Post-Authoritarian Chile
Katherine Hite

Irruptions of Memory: Expressive Politics in Chile’s Transition to Democracy
Alexander Wilde
Peru: Investigating Twenty
Years of Recent Violence
Overview

Time of Fear (1980-2000), Modern Violence and Its Long Duration in Peruvian History
Peter F. Klarén

Why Did Shining Path Appear in Ayacucho?
The Development of Education and the Generation of ’69 in Ayacucho and Huanta
Carlos Iván Degregori

Thought, Praxis, and Political Foundations of the Sendero Luminoso Movement (1964-1983)
Nelson Manrique

Family, Culture, and Revolution: Everyday Life with Sendero Luminoso
Ponciano del Pino H.

University Youth and Political Violence in Peru: The Murder of Students in La Cantuta and Their Memory, 1992-2000
Pablo Sandoval

In Search for Truth and Justice:
The History of the National “Coordinadora” for Human Rights in Peru
Coletta Youngers
The Living Past: Parallel Cases and Precedents
Overview

Blinded by Social Distance: the Elusive Jewish Issue in the Historiography of Postwar Poland
Jan T. Gross

War, Genocide, Extermination: the War against the Jews in an Era of World Wars
Michael Geyer

Three Narratives of our Humanity: the Atomic Bomb in US-Japanese Memory
John W. Dower

Anatomy of a Death: Repression, Human Rights and the Case of Alexandre Vannucchi Leme in Authoritarian Brazil
Kenneth P. Serbin

The Trajectory of a Historian of the Present, 1975-2000
Henry Rousso
Recent History and Social Responsibility
Overview

The Experience of a Historian on the Guatemalan Commission of Historical
Clarification
Arturo Taracena Arriola

Applied History: Expert in the Pinochet case in the Spanish
National Hearing
Joan del Alcàzar

Inside Silence: The Ardoyne Commemoration Project, Community-based Truth-telling and Post-Conflict Transition in Northern Ireland
Patricia Lundy and
Mark McGovern


Without Women’s Truth, History will be Incomplete: Achievements and Findings of the Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Julissa Mantilla Falcón
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