Reading List 2017

  1. Memory, Subjectivities, and Representation. Approaches to Oral History in Latin America, Portugal and Spain by Rina Benmayor, María Eugenia Cardenal de la Nuez & Pilar Domínguez Prats (eds.)
  2. Children and the Afterlife of State Violence. Memories of Dictatorship by Daniela Jara
  3. State Terrorism and the Politics of Memory in Latin America. Transmission across the Generations of Post-Dictatorship Uruguay, 1984-2004 by Gabriela Fried Amilivia
  4. Playful Memories. The Autofictional Turn in Post-Dictatorship Argentina by Jordana Blejmar
  5. Vor dem Fest by Saša Stanišić
  6. Wounds of Passion by bell hooks
  7. Los Once by Miguel Jiménez, José Luis Jiménez & Andrés Cruz
  8. Como agua para chocolate by Laura Esquivel
  9. Los Niños by Carolina Sanín
  10. Ponqué y otros cuentos by Carolina Sanín
  11. The Republic of Cousins by Germaine Tillion
  12. Affective Methodologies by Britta Timm Knudesen & Carsten Stage (eds.)
  13. Works and Lives. The Anthropologist as Author by Clifford Geertz
  14. Chapinero by Andrés Ospina
  15. After Life by Tobias Hecht
  16. Lo que no aprendí by Margarita García Robayo
  17. Einführung in den Architext by Gérard Genette
  18. König Ödipus by Sophokles
  19. Cold Intimacies by Eva Illouz
  20. Comics and Memory in Latin America by Jorge Catalá Carrasco, Paulo Drinot & James Scorer (eds.)
  21. Alto Rendimientoby Carolina Sanín
  22. Ciervos de bronze by Camilo Aguirre
  23. A Field Guide to Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit
  24. Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
  25. Men explain things to me by Rebecca Solnit
  26. Euphoria by Lily King
  27. The brief wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz
  28. Crónica de una muerte anunciada by Gabriel García Márquez
  29. El coronel no tiene quien le escriba by Gabriel García Márquez
  30. Puertas demasiado pequeñas by Ave Barrera
  31. Virus tropical by Powerpaola
  32. Mules and Men by Zora Neale Hurston
  33. Unter Weißen by Mohamed Amjahid