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Cynthia E. Milton

Postes occupés

2018-2019 à aujourd'hui Membre régulier-ère,

Biographie

Examinant à la fois les façons traditionnelles et novatrices de résoudre les conflits en « disant la vérité », Cynthia E. Milton étudie les commissions de vérité, la justice transitionnelle et la mémoire après une période de conflit. Ses recherches actuelles portent sur l’art produit à la suite d’une période de violence. Elle a été titulaire d’une Chaire de recherche du Canada en histoire de l’Amérique latine (2007-2017), d’une bourse Fernand Braudel (de l’Institute Université Européen, 2016) et d’une bourse de recherche d’Alexander Von Humboldt (2011-2014). Elle est Présidente du Collège de nouveaux chercheurs de la Société royale du Canda (2016-2018).

Sélection de publication

Books

Cynthia E. Milton, Conflicted Memory: Military Cultural Interventions and the Human Rights Era in Peru. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2018.

Cynthia E. Milton, ed., Art from a Fractured Past: Memory and Truth-Telling in Post-Shining Path Peru. Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 2014.

Erica Lehrer, Cynthia E. Milton, and Monica E. Patterson, Curating Difficult Knowledge: Violent Pasts in Public Places. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).

Ksenija Bilbija, Jo Ellen Fair, Cynthia Milton, and Leigh Payne, eds., The Art of Truth-telling about Authoritarian Rule. Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 2005).

Cynthia E. Milton, The Many Meanings of Poverty: Colonialism, Social Compacts, and Assistance in Eighteenth-Century Ecuador. Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 2007.

Book chapters

• “Death in the Andes: Comics as Means to Broach Stories of Political Violence in Peru.” In Comics and Memory in Latin America. Jorge Catalá-Carrasco, Paulo Drinot and James Scorcer eds. (Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press, 2017), 166-196. Spanish version Cátedra (2019).

• “Art as Remembrance and Trace in Post-Conflict Latin America.” In Art as Political Witness. Frank Möller and Kia Lindroos eds. Opladen, (Berlin, Toronto: Barbara Budrich Publishers and Colombia University Press 2017), 117-138.

• “Art from Peru’s Fractured Past,” in Cynthia E. Milton, ed. Art from a Fractured Past: Memory and Truth-telling in Post-Shining Path Peru (Durham: Duke University Press, 2014), 1-34.

• “Images of Truth: Rescuing Memories of Peru’s Internal War through Testimonial Art” in Cynthia E. Milton, ed. Art from a Fractured Past: Memory and Truth-telling in Post-Shining Path Peru (Durham: Duke University Press, 2014), 37-74.

• with Erica Lehrer “Introduction: Witnesses to our Witnessing,” in Lehrer, Milton, and Patterson Curating Difficult Knowledge: Violent Pasts in Public Places (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 1-19.

•  with Maria Eugenia Ulfe, “Promoting Peru: Tourism and Post-Conflict memory,” in Ksenija Bilbija and Leigh Payne, eds. Accounting for Violence: the Memory Market in Latin America (Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 2011), 304-43.

•  “Through the Grapevine” in Ksenija Bilbija, Jo Ellen Fair, Cynthia Milton, and Leigh Payne, eds., The Art of Truth-telling about Authoritarian Rule (Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 2005), 34-40.

•  “Naming” in Ksenija Bilbija, Jo Ellen Fair, Cynthia Milton, and Leigh Payne, eds., The Art of Truth-telling about Authoritarian Rule (Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 2005), 104-109.

•  “Poverty” in J. Michael Francis, ed., Iberia and the Americas: Culture, Politics, and History (Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2005), 869-73.

Articles

•  “La pluma en vez de la espada: Contramemorias militares y sus intervenciones culturales después de la Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación,” Revista Memoria, Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos, PUCP, no. 23, 12-21.

•  “Curating Memories of Armed State Actors in Peru’s Era of Transitional Justice,” Memory Studies, 8(3), 2016: 361-378.

 • “Defacing Memory: (Un)tying Peru’s Memory Knots,” Memory Studies (Sage Publication), 4:2, 2011, 190-205. Also in Lehrer, Milton, and Patterson, Curating Difficult Knowledge.

• with Maria Eugenia Ulfe “¿Y, después de la verdad? El espacio público y las luchas por la memoria en la post CVR, Perú,” in “After Truth” é-misferica,7:2 (2011): 1-14.

• “Parallel lies?: Peru’s cultural memory battles go international” in “After Truth,”  é-misferica, 7:2 (2011), 1-3.

• “Rescate por la memoria: arte y memoria despues de la violencia,” dans Rescate por la memoria, Lima: SER, (2010). Title in English: “Recovering memory: art and memory after violence.”

• “Images of Truth: art as a medium for recounting Peru’s internal war,” A Contracorriente, 60:2 (2008): 64-103.

• “Public Spaces for the Discussion of Past Violence: the Case of Peru,” Antipoda – Revista de Antropologia y Arqueologia, (July-December 2007): 143-68.

• “At the Edge of the Peruvian Truth Commission: Alternative Paths to Recounting the Past,” Radical History Review, 98, (Spring, 2007): 3-33.

• “Poverty and the Politics of Colonialism: ‘Poor Spaniards,’ Their Petitions, and the Erosion of Privilege in Late Colonial Quito”, Hispanic American Historical Review, 85:4, (2005): 595-626.

• “Wandering Waifs and Abandoned Babes: the Limits and Uses of Juvenile Welfare in Eighteenth-Century Quito”, Colonial Latin American Review, 31:1, (2004): 103-128.

• Milton, Cynthia, and Ben Vinson III. “Counting Heads: Race and Non-Native Tribute Policy in Colonial Spanish America”, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 3:3, (2002): s/n.