Oral History Mini-Documentaries

Memorializing in Movement: A Lecture by Dr. Katherine Hite

Dr. Katherine Hite, a professor of political science at Vassar College, offers both an interview and a keynote speech on Chile and the politics of memory at the opening reception of the Sewn in Protest exhibition at the Richard F. Brush Gallery at St. Lawrence University. 

Oral History Mini-Documentaries

Literature, Feminism and Memory: Author Pia Barros

In this video, famed writer Pia Barros describes her roots, as well as her own take on the dictatorship. At the end, she recounts how human rights activists turned Villa Grimaldi into an important memory site during and after the dictatorship.

Oral History Mini-Documentaries

Nueva Esperanza

Chilean Arpilleristas tell their story of a New Hope through the avenue of art and expression and the creation of"La Casa de Las Mujeres" in post-revolutionary Chile.

Oral History Mini-Documentaries

Marcela Polloni

A profile and interview with the Chilean artist who was a mentor to arpilleristas impacted by Pinochet’s dictatorship.