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Democracy in Chile : the legacy of September 11, 1973

Author: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi; Fernando Ignacio Leiva
Publisher: Brighton ; Portland : Sussex Academic Press, 2005.
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In the 1990s, Latin America emerged from the horror of massive human rights violations as the region returned to civilian-elected regimes. Many hoped that such transitions would bring about  Read more...

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Democracy in Latin America : Thirty Years after Chile's 9/11 (2003 : University of Albany)
Democracy in Chile.
Brighton ; Portland : Sussex Academic Press, 2005
(OCoLC)607711400
Online version:
Democracy in Latin America : Thirty Years after Chile's 9/11 (2003 : University of Albany)
Democracy in Chile.
Brighton ; Portland : Sussex Academic Press, 2005
(OCoLC)607815508
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi; Fernando Ignacio Leiva
ISBN: 1845190815 9781845190811 1845192028 9781845192020
OCLC Number: 60373757
Notes: "Most of the contributions collected here were presented ... at the October 10-12, 2003 international conference Democracy in Latin America: Thirty Years after Chile's 9/11 organized by the editors of the present volume at the University at Albany"--Introduction.
Description: xi, 226 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Finding the Pinochet file : pursuing truth, justice, and historical memory through declassified US documents / Peter Kornbluh --
Chile and the United States thirty years later: return of the repressed? / Steven S. Volk --
Small earthquakes and major eruptions: Anglo-Chilean cultural relations in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Kevin Foster --
Integration without real participation : the Chilean labor movement/ Volker Frank --
From Pinochet' state terrorisms to the "politics of participation" / Fernando Leiva --
Sustainable development or sustained conflict? Logging companies, neoliberal policies and Mapuche communities in Chile / Diane Haughney --
Higher education in Chile thirty years after Salvador Allende: privatization, Mass education, profits and exclusion / Patricia Tomic, Ricardo Trumper --
Pinochet: a study in impunity / Mark Ensalco --
Alternative "pasts" in post-Pinochet Chile: the relation of history, fiction and the subjectification of history / Ornella Lepri Mazzuca --
Ephemeral histories: public art as political practice in Santiago, Chile, 1970-1973 / Camilo Trumper --
Remembering the future: the narrative politics of José Miguel Varas / Gregory J. Lobo --
The marginal on the inside: nannies and maids in Chilean cultural production (1982-2000) / Julia Carroll --
Exporting Chile: film and literature after 1973 / Amy A. Oliver --
Me moría : aesthetics, documentary and the creation of nostalgia in Patricio Guzmán's Chile, memoria obsinada / Jeffrey R. Middents --
Reception and censorship of a Chilean documentary: the plight of Fernando is back / Kristin Sorensen --
Re-coiling inscription : incisive moments in Diamela Eltit and Jacques Derrida / Andrea Bachner --
Epilogue : The struggle for truth and justice in Chile and the challenges of Latin American democracy / Fabiola Letelier.
Responsibility: edited by Silvia Nagy-Zekmi and Fernando Leiva.
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"This volume gives an overall view of Chile today and it offers the reader an instructive glimpse into what the future might hold for this country." Marjorie Agosin, Wellesley College "In an Read more...

 
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