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dc.contributor.author Basualdo, Ana
dc.date.accessioned 2021-12-20T14:36:58Z
dc.date.available 2021-12-20T14:36:58Z
dc.date.issued 2019
dc.identifier http://www.raco.cat/index.php/Comparativecinema/article/view/360962
dc.identifier 10.31009/cc.2019.v7.i13.04
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10230/49499
dc.description.abstract This article takes the reader on a journey through Remembrance Park (the commemorative area in the city of Buenos Aires, which looks onto Río de laPlata, where so many corpses ended up submerged) which intertwines the time of horror with a time that wonders which monuments, which representationscan, must, should (?) be erected, practiced, to give substance, body, to what has been taken away. Questions that require us to initiate a dialogue with thefictional works of H.I.J.O.S. (Spanish acronym for Sons and Daughters for Identity and Justice Against Forgetting and Silence, which coincidentally also reads as“children” in Spanish) of the desaparecidos (“missing people”) that started to produce their own stories over the last 20 years.
dc.description.abstract El presente artículo propone un recorrido por el Parque de la Memoria (espacio conmemorativo de la ciudad de Buenos Aires, abierto hacia el Río de la Plata, donde tantos cadáveres terminaron sumergidos), que entrecruza el tiempo del horror con uno que se pregunta qué monumentos, qué representaciones se pueden, se deben, ¿se deberían?, erigir, ensayar, para dar cuerpo a lo sustraído. Preguntas que entablan un necesario diálogo con las ficciones de los H.I.J.O.S.(Hijos e Hijas por la Identidad y la Justicia contra el Olvido y el Silencio) de losdesaparecidos que comenzaron a producir sus propios relatos en los últimosveinte años.
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dc.publisher Universitat Pompeu Fabra
dc.relation.haspart http://www.raco.cat/index.php/Comparativecinema/article/view/360962/455801
dc.source.uri Comparative Cinema; Vol. 7, Núm. 13 (2019): ; 47-54, 131-138
dc.source.uri Comparative Cinema; Vol 7, No 13 (2019): Notes for a historical study of corpses as cinematographic figures; 47-54, 131-138
dc.source.uri Comparative Cinema; Vol. 7, Núm. 13 (2019): ; 47-54, 131-138
dc.source.uri 2604-9821
dc.subject.other HISTORIC MEMORY
dc.subject.other REPRESENTATION OF HORROR
dc.subject.other FICTION
dc.subject.other LITERATURE
dc.subject.other ARGENTINA
dc.subject.other DESAPARECIDOS
dc.subject.other MEMORIA HISTÓRICA
dc.subject.other REPRESENTACIÓN DEL HORROR
dc.subject.other FICCIÓN
dc.subject.other LITERATURA
dc.subject.other ARGENTINA
dc.subject.other DESAPARECIDOS
dc.title Memory and the river
dc.title La memoria y el río
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
dc.date.modified 2019-11-29T15:40:21Z


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