Memory, Subjectivities, and Representation
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Memory, Subjectivities, and Representation

Approaches to Oral History in Latin America, Portugal, and Spain
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Rina Benmayor
410 g
235x155x14 mm

Winner of the Oral History Association 2016 Book Award
Introduction. Rina Benmayor, María Eugenia Cardenal de la Nuez, and Pilar Domínguez Prats
1. 'I Was Just One More Among Many:" A Mosaic of Ex-combatant Voices from the Portuguese Colonial War ; Ângela Campos
2. Voices of Spanish Socialist Trade Unionism During the End of the Franco Regime and the Transition to Democracy; Pilar Domínguez Prats
3. 'Gendered' Memories: Women's Narratives from the Southern Cone; Cristina Scheibe Wolff, Joana Maria Pedro, and Janine Gomes da Silva
4. The Healing Effect of Discourses: Body, Emotions and Gender Subjectivity in Basque Nationalism; Miren Llona
5. Lola's Story: The Struggle to Build a Professional Identity with No Good Jobs in Sight; María Eugenia Cardenal de la Nuez
6. 'Getting Ahead:' The American Dream in the California Agricultural Fields; Magdalena Villarreal
7. Migration, Sex Work, and Stigma: An Analysis in Biographical Code; Ángeles Arjona Garrido, Juan Carlos Checa Olmos, Estefanía Acién González, and Francisco Majuelos Martínez
8. Oral Accounts and Visual Inscriptions: Narratives Under Heavily Tattooed Skin; Vitor Sérgio Ferreira
9. The Black Movement and Race Relations in Brazil: Building New Knowledge Through Online Oral History Materials; Verena Alberti and Amilcar Araujo Pereira
10. Images and Words: Photography and the 1968 Student Movement in Mexico; Alberto del Castillo Troncoso
11."A Living Museum of Small, Forgotten and Unwanted Memories:' Performing Oral Histories of the Portuguese Dictatorship and Revolution; Joana Craveiro
This collection presents diverse scholarly approaches to oral narratives in the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking worlds. Eleven essays, originally written in Spanish, Portuguese, and English, coalesce around major themes that have long concerned oral historians and social scientists: collective memories of conflictive national pasts, subjectivity in re/framing social identities, and visual and performative re/presentations of identity and public memory.