Registration IDCOMLH322A01
Course TitlePolitics of Memory in Latin America
DepartmentComparative Literature
InstructorAurelia Gomez Unamuno
Time And DaysT 1:30-4:00
Room LocationHall 006
Additional Course InfoHU III
Cross-listed in Spanish
This course explores the issue of memory, the narration of political violence and the tension between truth and fiction. A selection of documents, visual archives and documentary films are compared with literary genres including testimonies memories, diaries, poetry, and fiction writing. This course also compares the coup and dictatorship of Pinochet, with the repression of the student movement of 68, and the guerrilla warfare in Mexico.
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