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When we started to think about the project, back in —the main researches were mainly focused on the institutional questions of the transitions, such jelinn WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Currently, it could be more interesting to create a collective research program more depending on the problematic fields than country related.

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. Its aim was to make progress on knowledge and analytical debate on the relations between the transformations and the historical memories senses in societies.

This event is studied a massacre or it greatly increases the number of studies on repression sites: The database for the international comparative analysis of the book is impressive. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.

For example, in relation with the Armenian Genocide in Turkey, what happens to those coming back to the places where maybe their grandparents were victims? In Spain, a huge amount of studies on different sides of the Franco Regime is still coming up. This proves that for different generations and groups different objects might turn into different objects or the same but with a different meaning. The field of studies on memories started 30 years ago. The testimonial literature you made reference to, how is it related to the idea of victim?


There are treated the questions on public memories and policies on memories. It represents the discrimination and the gay rights violation during the Nazism as a trigger of a call of responsibility of Germany towards the contemporary world in terms of gender identity violation today.

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This is part of the problem, we must start to think bearing in mind the memories. The integration of materialities referring to the past to think about today must be a path to explore.

However, for that one with an special relation with that place, this is worthless and looks for the specifics, the singularity. Sometimes I feel institutionalist in front of those working with culture topics or culturologist in front of the political scientists of the institutionality.

There you have a field. What happened in the different moments, both at a practical level and regarding ideas and subjectivities are subjected to studies. As I always say, I bumped into memory rather than choosing it, as during the study of the human rights movement, the concept used by their activists came up.

If we accept the human rights paradigm, the victim lies on the centre, not the witness. State repression and the labors of memory. Showing all editions for ‘Los trabajos de la memoria’. I believe the tables specialised in artistic topics, meetings and conferences deal not so much with the institutional side and are hardly connected with people and what happens to them.

Recent history obviously includes the study of memories. Under the paradigm of the human rights and its interpretation, in order to be a victim, it basically counts the personal vexation. 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.

We did not study the trials during the Program, neither the financial remedies, that is, everything the States were taking care about.


Memory, a hinge between past and present. Elizabet Jelin is interviewed by Laura Mombello.

State repression and the labors of memory by Elizabeth Jelin. In the memory field, this is the type of studies currently proposed. There are researchers working with displaced people from their place of origin where after many years those displaced or their descendant can come back. She has been Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin and member of the Academic Directory of that institution.

At the time where the Southern Cone was passing the transition period, that approach made a lot of sense, but the reality of that region is completely different now. Those who could oos be at the university nor at a trade union, those who spent sleepless nights and night full of fear, or who lost their jobs or had to accept miserable working conditions and salaries, but whose experiences for good reasons are not tranajos when counting the direct victims.

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.

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It was a period spanning several decades which were not studied and now they are. Elizabet Jelin is interviewed by Laura Mombello. This is where the danger of policies on sites lies on. Your list has reached the maximum number of items.

That was the starting point.