How much has Chile, as a society, learned from the violation of human rights under Pinochet’s dictatorship?
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Prompted by the protests in Chile and the memories of the civil war in Peru, this paper reflects on temporality in memory studies.
The histories of most Latin American countries and peoples carry strong legacies of human rights violations.
Mexico debates if Spain should apologize for crimes during the Conquista de México. The controversy shows the urgency to write a new history that fights contemporary racism and inequality.
The national narrative in Uruguay is much like its landscape, a continuum without abrupt changes. However, the demands of recent history are creating pressure…
In September 2017 Mexico was struck by earthquakes. The ruins have triggered many debates. How can history studies young people to comprehend natural disasters as products of human responsibility?
The current growth of nationalism is one of the greatest challenges in terms of history teaching today. Research confirms the influence of deeply-rooted nationalistic…
In order to understand previous and contemporary political conflicts through history education in both formal and informal environments, it is imperative to comprehend what has happened and where a certain event has happened.