Personal Details: Nicholls, Nancy

Nicholls Nancy

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Nancy Nicholls is a historian with a PhD in Sociology from the University of Essex. She is professor at the Instituto de Historia of Pontificia Universidad Católica of Chile. Her areas of interest include oral history, the recent history of Chle, human rights and the Holocaust. Her recent publications include "Pinochet’s Dictatorship and Reflection on Trauma in Chile. How Much Have We Learned in Terms of Human Rights?" in: Navras J Aafreedi and Priya Singh(eds). Conceptualizing Mass Violence: Representations, Recollections, and Reinterpretations. Routledge, 2021 and, in coauthorship with Yael Siman, "New Homes and Transitional Spaces for Holocaust Survivors in Chile and Mexico", in: Bardgett Suzanne, Schmidt Christine y Stone Dan (eds.), Beyond Camps and Fourced Labour, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

Nancy Nicholls es historiadora, doctora en Sociología por la Universidad de Essex, Reino Unido. Actualmente es docente en el Instituto de Historia de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Sus áreas de interés son historia oral, historia reciente de Chile, derechos humanos y Holocausto. Entre sus publicaciones recientes están:  "Pinochet’s Dictatorship and Reflection on Trauma in Chile. How Much Have We Learned in Terms of Human Rights?" en: Navras J Aafreedi y Priya Singh(eds). Conceptualizing Mass Violence: Representations, Recollections, and Reinterpretations. Routledge, 2021 y en coautoría con  Yael Siman, "New Homes and Transitional Spaces for Holocaust Survivors in Chile and Mexico", en: Bardgett Suzanne, Schmidt Christine y Stone Dan (eds.), Beyond Camps and Fourced Labour, Reino Unido, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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