Scenari di memorie del conflitto armato colombiano da una prospettiva etnica e di genere

Catalina Cortès Severino


This article comprises a theoretical and methodological study of violence, analyzing memories of armed conflict. Principally, it is concerned with analyzing how violence has entered and operated in everyday life and how it has infiltrated both the private and public spaces of everyday life. Simultaneously, it explores the way in which communities, social movements and organizations that have been targeted by violence re-inhabit the same spaces of devastation and the same bodies. Consequently, it focuses on the indigenous women's organization Wayuu Munsurat, in relation to its initiatives concerning memories of the armed conflict within the perspective of ethnicity and gender.

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