Remembering the rescuers of victims of human rights crimes in Latin America / edited by Marcia Esparza and Carla De Ycaza.

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Other Authors: Esparza, Marcia (Editor) De Ycaza, Carla (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published:Lanham : Lexington Books, [2017]
Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: why remember the rescuers in Latin America? / Marcia Esparza and Zachary McKiernan
  • Rescued from fear: the Sebastian Acevedo movement against torture in Chile / Christopher Ney
  • Bending the rules: an ambassador's quest to save lives / Pascale Bonnefoy
  • The Santo Tomás chichicastenango's municipal firefighters : "Green pines covering the dead bodies" / Marcia Esparza, Stephanie Alfaro and Kristy Sanandres
  • Strategic rescue responses to genocide : the Guatemalan case / Roddy Brett
  • Between memory and oblivion : the cases of Eureka and Afadem / Isabel de León Olivares, Maribel Rivas-Vasconcelos and Miriam Rodriguez
  • From rescue to solidarity : (re) humanizing relationships for social transformation / Jenny Escobar and Angie Tamayo
  • Argentine rescuers : a study on the "banality of good" / Jessica Casiro
  • Conclusion: on the moral value of rescue and remembering rescuers : conceptualizing rescue in the Latin American context / Jeffrey Blustein
  • About the contributors and editors.