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Kuskalla: Photography + Memory in the Aftermath of Violence in Ayacucho w/Emily Thompson [English]

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Release Date: 06/05/2023

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Red Media is proud to announce the launch of Kuskalla, an Indigenous culture, language, and politics podcast in Quechua, Spanish, and English. 


In this episode, Yojana Miraya (@OsccoMiraya) and Renzo Aroni (@renzoaronis)  interview Emily Thompson, a Ph.D. candidate in Social Anthropology at UC Berkeley. Her ethnographic research focuses on wartime photographers and Quechua-speaking victims and survivors in the aftermath of Peru’s internal armed conflict (1980-2000) as well as the recent massacre in Ayacucho, where military forces killed ten people and injured scores on December 15, 2022. She also discusses her co-authored book, Quechua-Spanish-English Dictionary (Hippocrene Books, 2018), and her social interaction with Quechua-speaking women and youth in Ayacucho.

Watch the video edition on the Kuskalla YouTube channel

Episode Resources:

Odi Gonzales, Christine Janney, Emily Fjaellen Thompson, Quechua-Spanish-English Dictionary: A Hippocrene Trilingual Reference (Hippocrene Books, 2018).
https://www.hippocrenebooks.com/store/p418/Quechua-Spanish-English_Dictionary.html

Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación (CVR): 
https://www.cverdad.org.pe/ifinal/

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En este episodio, Yojana Miraya y Renzo Aroni entrevistan a Emily Thompson, candidata a doctora en antropología social en la Universidad de California, Berkeley, quien está haciendo investigación etnográfica y entrevistas con fotógrafos de guerra y víctimas y sobrevivientes quechua hablantes del conflicto armado interno de Perú (1980-2000) y la reciente protesta y masacre en Ayacucho, donde los militares mataron a diez personas y decenas de heridos el 15 de diciembre de 2022. También conversamos sobre su libro, Quechua-Spanish-English Dictionary (Hippocrene Books, 2018), en coautoría con Odi Gonzáles y Christine Janney, y su trabajo colaborativo con la organización de derechos humanos ANFASEP en Ayacucho.

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