Chapter 1: Introduction. Alejandro Castillejo-Cuellar Chapter 2: Fairness to Injustice: Precedent and Memory in the Construction of the Moral World. Burke Hendrix Chapter 3: The Theatrics of Terror: Bodies and the Spaces of War during South Africa's State of Emergency, 1985. Alejandro Castillejo-Cuellar Chapter 4: Journeys to (Un)dis/cover Silence: A Critique of the 'Word' in M. Nourbese Philip's Looking for Livingstone. Stacey J. Letterman Chapter 5: Is it Nothing to You? The Relationship Between Tourism and Rememberence. Geoffrey R. Bird and Kenneth Christie Chapter 6: Remembering the Dark Years (1964-1975) in Contemporary Zanzibar. Marie-Aude Fouere Chapter 7: Memories of Violence and Changing Landscapes of Impunity in Uruguay, 1985-2011. Francesca Lessa and Cara Levey Chapter 8: Those Who Have No Memorial: Contested Memories of a Pinochet Site of Conscience. Peter Read and Marivic Wyndham Chapter 9: The Time after the War: Notes on Historical Erasures and Post-Apartheid Pasts. Heidi Grunebaum
Alejandro Castillejo-Cuellar is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. He is currently Rechtskulturen Fellow at Humboldt University School of Law in Berlin. He is the author of The Invisible Corner: Essays on Violence and Memory in Post-Apartheid South Africa (2009).