Congratulations to Dr Adam Sharman (Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies), whose co-edited volume appeared last week, MemoSur/MemoSouth: Memory, Commemoration and Trauma in Post-Dictatorship Argentina and Chile (in the series Studies in Post-Conflict Cultures). The collection of 21 essays, with an introduction by Adam, is based on an EU project with Bologna, Santiago de Chile and Cordoba, Argentina and of course Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, and, will be officially launched at a Bologna conference on 15-17 June.
The book can be purchased from Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1905510500.
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