qThrough fieldwork among the surprisingly numerous survivors, the author reconstructs the recent social structure, culture, and history of the northeastern Salvadoran village of Segundo Montes before, during, and after the infamous massacre. She tries toplace anthropology squarely into political issues, but also focuses on the people's oral testimonies more than on her own ethnography, especially resisting the easy/total categorization of the survivors as victimsq--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v.57.15. epica, Voices on the Border, cispes, and other groups have played important roles in bringing subaltern voices into ... of Liberal Arts and Sciences following complaints by one faculty member and a spate of letters from graduate studentsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The El Mozote Massacre|
|Publisher||:||University of Arizona Press - 1996|