Reckoning with Pinochet

the memory question in democratic Chile, 1989-2006 by Steve J. Stern

Publisher: Duke University Press in Durham, NC

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Pinochet Ugarte, Augusto,
  • Collective memory -- Chile,
  • Chile -- History -- 1973-1988,
  • Chile -- History -- 1988-,
  • Chile -- History -- Coup d"état, 1973 -- Psychological aspects

Edition Notes

StatementSteve J. Stern.
SeriesLatin America otherwise, Latin America otherwise
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF3100 .S824 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23910262M
ISBN 109780822347125, 9780822347293
LC Control Number2009043780

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Reckoning with Pinochet is the first comprehensive account of how Chile came to terms with General Augusto Pinochet’s legacy of human rights atrocities. An icon among Latin America’s “dirty war” dictators, Pinochet had ruled with extreme violence while building a loyal social base.

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The third book in the historian's impressive trilogy, Reckoning with Pinochet is a far-reaching and highly readable account of the period from Pinochet's departure as head of state to. Reckoning with Pinochet: The Memory Question in Democratic Chile, — by Steve Stern Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Latin American Author: Cath Collins.

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Stern, vice provost for faculty and staff programs and Alberto Flores Galindo Professor of History. As director of what was then the Latin American and Iberian studies program in the early s, Steve Stern already had the “dirty wars” of South. Reckoning with Pinochet is the first comprehensive account of how Chile came to terms with General Augusto Pinochet's legacy of human rights atrocities.

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Drawing on the obvious split of loyalties within Chilean society, Stern vividly portrays the memory of both sides, bringing to light a conclusion which, despite the obvious, has the tendency to remain cloistered in a realm of its.

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Patio 29 is a common grave in Santiago General Cemetery in Chile, where political prisoners, especially those who "disappeared" during the Chilean coup d'état, were buried mass grave, the largest of Augusto Pinochet's military government, was used for unannounced and unmarked burials in the s until an anonymous tip alerted the public.

Battling for Hearts and Minds is the second volume in the trilogy The Memory Box of Pinochet’s Chile. The third book will examine Chileans’ efforts to achieve democracy while reckoning with Pinochet’s legacy. Praise “[A] brilliantly crafted, deeply layered narrative of the interaction between memory and history.

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Lazzara characterized the state of “memory” during Chile’s transition to democracy. The story, as Stern tells it, is one of slow but steady progress, of.BOOK REVIEW Human Rights, Latin America, and the Cold War Steve J. Stern. Reckoning with Pinochet: The Memory Question in Democratic Chile, Book Three of the Trilogy: The Memory Box of Pinocheťs Chile.

Durham, NC: Duke University Press, xxxiv + pp. Notes, maps, illustrations, essay on sources, index. $ (cloth), $Civil Obedience Complicity and Complacency in Chile since Pinochet is a professor of Latin American literature and cultural studies at the University of California, Davis.

His several books include Chile in conceptually powerful, and fluidly expressed, Lazzara's book forces a reckoning with the active, ample ways Chileans violently.