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Representing Memory and Reparation: The Spanish Transition in Global Comparative Perspective

This panel is organised in response to the film The Silence of Others, which reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day. We have invited two scholars that work on the representation of memory and reparation in Spain to respond to this film. Two academics from other area studies will respond to their responses. The Silence of Others will be screened on this day at 5pm, please register here.

  • Responses to the film The Silence of Others: Jill Daniels (Arts&Digital Industries, UEL) and Maria Delgado (Royal School of Speech and Drama)
  • Responses to the film responses from other area studies: Seth Anziska (Jewish Studies, UCL) and Piotr Cieplak (Media and Film, Sussex)
  • Chaired by Emily Baker (Latin American Studies, SELCS, UCL)

Image: A monument to Franco’s victims in the Jerte valley, Extremadura, by the sculptor Francisco Cedenilla. Photograph: Alvaro Minguito

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