Winter 2010
This issue explores the changing shape and status of “truth” in the neoliberal aftermaths of transitional justice projects in the Americas and beyond.

  • Jill Lane
  • Marcial Godoy- Anativia

  • Designer
  • Frances Pollitt
  • Managing Editor
  • Kahlil Chaar-Pérez

  • Editorial Assistant
  • Abigail Levine
  • Interns
  • Sareh Afshar
  • Fiorella Arenas
    Isabel Baboun Garib
  • Joshua Javier Guzmán
  • Noelle Serafino
  • Translators
  • Isabel Baboun Garib
  • Kahlil Chaar-Pérez
  • Marlène Ramírez-Cancio
  • Sebastián Reyes
  • Noelle Serafino
    Marcos Steuernagel

  • Special acknowledgements

    The editors would like to thank Jo Labanyi and the King Juan Carlos Center at New York University for their support of the the "After Truth: Justice, TRCs, and Related Aftermaths" conference, which took place in October 2009. We would also like to thank Lissette Olivares for her curatorial work on the Alfredo Jaar Multimedio, and José Pablo Baraybar for his assistance with the Putis es Perú Multimedio.


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