Zoé de Kerangat will participate in the international Symposium “Conflict, Memory and Justice” in Cali, Colombia, 9-11 May, 2018.
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DATE TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 2017 Beyond Local Memories: Exhumations of Francoism’s Victims as Counter-Discourse during the Spanish Transition to Democracy Zoé de Kerangat Chapter
Working at the frontiers of political science, philosophy, history, law, literature and cinema, this interdisciplinary project led by Mihaela Mihai has both critical and institutional impact. Critically, it discloses the limits of current Transitional Justice theory and practice by emphasising the negative political effects of ignoring general complicity in violence. Institutionally, it seeks to enrich […]
“Bringing to light the bones that were below earth and closing the story of the people who disappeared during the Civil War is the goal of the program. The forensic anthroplogist Paco Etxeberria and the journalist Dani Álvarez go to the chasms of Gaztelu and Otsaportilo.”
DATE TITLE AUTHORS TYPE 2017 Saponified Brains of the Spanish Civil War: Forensic Analysis of the Dead and the Depositional Environment Fernando SERRULLA Francisco ETXEBERRIA Lourdes HERRASTI José Luis CASCALLANA Julio DEL OLMO Chapter
DATE TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 2017 Poets of the Dead Society: The Cultural History of Francoist Mass Graves in the Pre-Democratic Poetic Archive Germán LABRADOR MÉNDEZ Chapter
DATE TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 2017 Executed Women, Assassinated Women: Gender Repression in the Spanish Civil War and the Violence of the Rebels Queralt SOLÉ Chapter
DATE TITLE AUTHORS TYPE 2017 The Spanish Civil War Forensic Labyrinth Luis RÍOS Francisco ETXEBERRIA Chapter
DATE TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 2017 Afterlives: A Social Autopsy of Mass Grave Exhumations in Spain Francisco FERRÁNDIZ Chapter
DATE TITLE AUTHOR TYPE 2017 Confronting a history of war loss in a Spanish family archive Zahira Aragüete Toribio Article
Policies of historical memory
The underground past: exhumations and memory politics in Spain contemporary transnational and comparative perspective
PIE (CSIC) 200710I006
COST IS1203 (ISTME)
H2020 REFLECTIVE-5-2015, ref. 693523 (UNREST)