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ILAC 258: Narratives at the Edge of Life

The limits of language in the face of violence and the exhaustion of representation are, by now, familiar topics in the humanities and social sciences. And yet the question persists: how to write about dire realities? How to find the right pitch? Building upon the premise that the only way to even attempt to do this is by being self-reflective about writing itself, thinking about our resources to give an account about what is impossible to be put into stories, the course deals with the limits and possibilities of these sciences when confronted with suffering. Discussions draw on life experience of the professor as well as on work in progress about the figure of the disappeared in the contemporary world. In Spanish
Terms: Win | Units: 3-5
Instructors: Gatti, G. (PI)
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