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Welcoming Latin American exiles in Europe The reception of Latin American exiles in Europe: The place of France
Since half a century, migration flows have continued to develop between Latin America and Europe. The Cuban revolution and, above all, the advent of the Chilean dictatorship, the fate of Latin American exiles have emigrated the people of Europe, who have been particularly welcoming. However, in the...
Dictatorship, testimony, history: words of victims and killings in Argentinian and Chilean literatures (1983-2002)
The military dictatorships that governed Chile and ’ Argentina in the seventies and eighties had a considerable impact on writers. We will explore how some literary texts address the issue through reconstruction of memory and history, national or family, using testimony from victims or perpetr...
Del pragmatismo a la implicación. Los opponents chilenos en Bal, Canadá y sus relaciones con el medio político local
This article looks at relations between the Chilean left-wing activists, who arrived in Canada following the coup d’état in 1973 and the dictatorship, and the Canadian political parties. The study attempts to determine the extent to which one exercises influence over the other, whether at an ideolog...
Los modelos revolucionarios y el naufragio de la vía chilena al Socialismo
This article presents the tension between, on the one hand, the Chilean path towards socialism of President Salvador Allende, seen as an unprecedented experience of moving from capitalism to socialism in the context of political pluralism and democracy, and, on the other hand, the models of change o...
Histoires et mémoires de l’exil et du retour des réfugiés Chiliens, des enjeux pour la société chilienne à travers l’exemple de la diaspora en France
Chile has become a paradigm of the complexity of the relations between past and present, and between memories and history. After the September 11, 1973 coup, around one million people left Chile. The journeys of the exiles and the retornados intertwine in the twists and turns of this story. These we...
Zurita: poem as a memorial of pain
It could be said that on 11 September 1973 it functions as the backbone of Raúl Zurita’s work. From his speeches at the Collective of Art Actions (CADA) or the panteons and niche making up the Canto to his disappeared love (1985), to inri (2003) or In memoriam (2007) to the monumental Zurita (2011),...
“This will be you because we are training them”: youth, indoctrination and fascistisation in the Chilena dictatorship, 1973-1983.
this article deals with the most extensive formative and loyalty tasks carried out by the Chilean civil-military dictatorship’s youth Front of National Unity and National Youth Secretariat. Looking at the political and organisational references of these entities, and through various documentary and...
The weight of the defeat. Back on the origins of Chilean political exile (1970-1990)
The bloody takeover of General Pinochet’s power in September 1973 led hundreds of thousands of Chiilians to exile, among them activists from the Unite Populaire, a left-wing coalition whose queue was President Salvador Allende. The military dictatorship will try to expurge, have all the company’s er...
Diamela Eltit Diamela Eltit: with the movement of the female or poetic movement in Chile
Publishing of novels, trials and numerous articles, Diamela Eltit started his artistic production during Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship as a gesture of disobedience, ‘a rejection of rejection’ in his words. Her approach continued after the return of democracy to Chile without the creator abandoning...
The issue of human rights for and under the Chilean democratic transition
HYPERINFLATION: The Chilean junta’s ECONOMIC strategy
Manifestations of hyperinflation in Chile since September 1973. The very rapid rise in prices is accompanied by a squeeze in money supply, income and domestic consumption. It results in a redistribution of national income to capital holders. The purchasing power of employees was reduced on average b...
The revolt of individuals : the new ethics of social movements in Chile (2006-2012)
The aim of this study was to analyse the role of the individual and the individualism in social movements in Chile, particularly during the last wave of mobilisations between 2006 and 2012. It tried to understand the rise of mobilizations in the country, despite the strong influence that individuali...
Creation in response to repression: the work of art as a poise of conscience
Based on an aesthetic-political analysis of a work of art carried out during the Chilean dictatorship, we will study the complex relationship between art and power. Studying the alienating discourse of the regime and its subjective and political implications will allow us to understand how the work...
A literature of between two and more: Roman and Chilean exil at Antonio Skármeta, Jose Donoso and Bernardo Toro
The Editorial of the Exile calls for a double look at individual paths taken in history. The escape of Pinochet from Chile or the traumatic memory of the dictatorship is both a spatial and symbolic distance, which is forcefully captured by the Chilean litterary creation at the foreign. Antonio Skarm...
Key to collective memory in Rodrigo Lira
This article focuses on the poetic production of Rodrigo Lira, one of the emblematic figures in Chilean literature of the first period of the dictatorship. The analysis of some of its texts is an attempt to explain the contemporanity of his poetry, beyond a historical reading which would limit it to...
Subalterne memories on the Military Dictatorship in Chile
When studying the processes of dialogical transmission of memories about the Chilean military dictatorship and the role of the Catholic Church in that dictatorship, from the liberating Current (Liberation Theology), as a secondary memory, we can conclude that it operates a paradox. The main challeng...
Narrative, silence. Transgenerational transmission of psychosocial trauma to grandchildren of victims of Chilean military dictatorship
The phenomene of transgenerational transmission of trauma caused by organised violence has been investigated in many contexts, such as the Holocaust and Latin american dictatorships of the 1970 years. In both cases, the research concerned the second generation, i.e. the children of the victims. It w...
Dawson Island 10: A concentration camp under Pinochet
Book execution on 10 February 2017 — In his foreword Isabel Allende Entrance the Decor of Dawson Island 10, A concentration camp under Pinochet: “The following pages are a perfect illustration of our Republic’s unwavering history, as well as the concentrational experience of which Sergio Bitar witne...
Gender, sexuality and democracy. Partial decriminalisation of abortion in Chile: a democratic step forward to deepen?
in August 2017, the law of partial decriminalisation of abortion in Chile ended twenty-eight years of total criminalisation of abortion. This criminalisation made Chile one of the few states in the world banning abortion regardless of the conditions of pregnancy. However, since 1 931 therapeutic abo...
The disappeared from dictatorship in Chilean collective memory: repression, exhumations and heritage around ‘ibPatio 29’/ib
By a sociological and ethnographic approach, this article proposes to question the process of remembrance based on the experience of forced disappearance during the Pinochet dictatorship. The analysis focuses on the case of Patio 29, in the Santiago General Cemetery, a place used by the Chilean mili...
The reinvention of the stage aesthetics in the Chilean theater during the « Chilean transition to democracy »
The ideas proposed in this thesis emerge from a dialogue threading theater studies, cultural history and research on the imagination. The main question addressed is the relationship between theater and the period of the political transition from dictatorship to democracy in Chile.During the first el...
The Chilean Church in front of dictatorship: from compromise to the role of transition agent? (1973-1989)
Study day, ERSAL, Bordeaux 3
The Research Team on Latin America (ERSAL) of the University of Bordeaux 3 offers three communications: Vera Alvizuri: ‘The entrenched identity and alterity’ Valérie Joubert: Women and lock-ins: memory of the disappeared in the Chilean dictatorship "David de la Fuente: ‘The guerrilla guerrilla of fe...
The cinema of Patricio Guzmán. History, memories, commitments : a transnational itinerary
This research work brings to light the itinerary of Patricio Guzmán, Chilean documentary filmmaker active since the sixties. With the help of an experimental and multidisciplinary approach, we are questioning the dynamic relationships between cinema, history and memories through the biography of an...