Tag Archives: El Salvador

Dictatorships in the Hispanic World

This arrived in the post on Friday. It’s great to see the book in its final form. Here is the table of contents to give a sense of the range of topics covered. My own chapter considers two films Voces … Continue reading

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Noam Chomsky’s lecture in Dublin

On Wednesday the 3rd of April 2013, I attended a lecture by Noam Chomsky who was invited by the Trinity College, Dublin and University College Dublin debating societies. This was the inaugural Frontline Defenders‘ lecture held in the RDS in Dublin. Chomsky, … Continue reading

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How to tame terror or, can you love war?

El Salvador is not one of my areas of specialisation.  It is not a country that has received much attention outside of the field of post-conflict, trauma specialists, and those interested in the US sphere of interest, on the one … Continue reading

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