Autor/a: Marcela Ruiz

What defines the victims of human rights violations? The case of the Comité Pro Paz and Vicaría de la Solidaridad in Chile (1973-1992)

This volume sheds new light upon the role of victims in the aftermath of violence. Victims are central actors in
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Reports on Categorization and Classification of Human Rights

This study analyzes socio-discursive categories used to define and classify the political violence exerted in Chilean human rights reports (1974–1978)
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A performative and genealogical approach to the liminal subject’s social sustenance: the case of the disappeared detainees in Chile

This paper focuses on subject’s figuration in the case of existences that are suspended and in question. Examining the disappeared
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Political Technologies of Memory: Uses and Appropriations of Artefacts that Register and Denounce State Violence

This article contributes to understanding the role of technologies during political violence and in transitional justice contexts, studying a case
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