The Irish Famine, a catastrophe which resulted in large scale loss of life and emigration, signalled a turning point in Anglo-Irish relations.
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How much has Chile, as a society, learned from the violation of human rights under Pinochet’s dictatorship?
Prompted by the protests in Chile and the memories of the civil war in Peru, this paper reflects on temporality in memory studies.
20th-century experiences of political violence have motivated discussions about history as a field and about historians and their social functions.
The histories of most Latin American countries and peoples carry strong legacies of human rights violations.