Resisting Violence: Emotional Communities in Latin America

Resisting Violence: Emotional Communities in Latin America

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Resisting Violence: Emotional Communities in Latin America by Morna Macleod

This book focuses on emotional engagement in academic research with victims of violence and testimonial documentation in Latin America. It examines the recent history of resistance to violence and political repression in Latin America, highlighting the role of emotions in the political sphere. The authors analyse the role of researchers committed to social change and question the mandate of distance and neutrality in academic research in contexts of extreme violence. They use case studies of social resistance to political violence in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Colombia and Chile.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783319663166
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 02/09/2018
Edition description: 1st ed. 2018
Pages: 225
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

Morna Macleod is Professor at the Autonomous Morelos State University, Mexico.Her current research interests include the continuum of violence, intersectional analysis, social movements, emotions, memory and testimony.

Natalia De Marinis is Research Professor at CIESAS, Mexico.She has worked with indigenous women since 2007 with collaborative projects on memories and the production of audiovisuals materials.

Table of Contents

1.Trauma narrative and the construction of Emotional Communities.- 2. Testimony, Social Memory, and Emotional Communities in Elena Poniatowska'scrónicas.- 3.The Sebastián Acevedo Movement Against Torture: An Emotional Community during Chilés Military Dictatorship.- 4.Between Memory and History, From Victims to Survivors in Chalatenango, El Salvador.- 5.Experience, Emotions and Knowledge through Guatemalan Refugees’ Narratives of Return.- 6.Political-Affective Involvement in Memory Work: Reflecting on an Experience with Displaced Indigenous Women.- 7.Affective contestations: Engaging emotion in feminist research in postgenocide Guatemala.- 8.Research and Emotions. A Collective Reflection with Women Farm Hands and Day Labourers in San Quintín, Mexico.- 9.The political potential of the emotional communities among feminism activists in Managua, Nicaragua.

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