The Reappeared: Argentine Former Political Prisoners

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INDEX
Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo, 2, 11, 29, 31, 34, 37, 41, 58, 165
accusations, against political prisoners, 28, 48, 106
Acosta, Luis, 139, 140, 147, 151
Actis, Munú, 21, 49–50, 106, 111
“adaptation,” in concentration camps, 21, 71, 92, 104
agency, 20–21
aging, 21, 69, 110, 155
Agostí, Orlando Ramón, 9
“Agustín,” 142
Alcázar, Fidel Antonio, 85, 101, 133
Aldini, Cristina, 50
Alessandri, Carlos, 157
Alfonsín, Raul, 24, 26, 42, 153
Alta Gracia, 135
alterations, to buildings, 57–58, 62–63
Álvarez, Juan Carlos, 28, 30, 62, 64–67, 69, 79, 94, 105–106, 148, 150
ambassador, Spanish, 105
amnesia, reactive, 83
Amnesty International, 88
Anti-Communist Alliance Argentina. See Triple A
apolitical, 30, 43, 155
Aranguren de Scheurer, Maria Mercedes “Chicha,” 79–80, 163
Archivo. See Comisión y Archivo Provincial de la Memoria de Córdoba Argañaraz, Jorge L. “Caballo,” 129–130
Argente, Hugo, 32–33
Argente, Julio Daniel, 32
Argentine National Commission on the Disappeared (CONADEP), 24, 81, 166
Argentine Revolution, 7
armed leftist movements, 3, 7, 26–27, 44, 46, 66, 70, 154, 166–167
Arrostito, Norma, 59
Aspitia, Américo, 71, 83–84, 85, 116–117, 137–139
Association of Ex-Detainees and Desaparecidos (AEDD), 30, 32, 70
Association of Ex-Presos Políticos de Córdoba (AEPPC): history, 3, 31, 37–39, 41–43, 146, 156–159; identity 4–5, 15, 17, 21, 46, 51, 72, 118, 140; meetings 28–30, 51–53; projects, 20, 45, 51, 61, 70, 74, 76, 86, 109; public perceptions, 23, 33, 45, 148; president, 5, 37, 71, 158
attic, in ESMA, 58
Basso, Atilio, 29, 71, 86, 140, 147, 149
Basso, Hugo, 137–138
Battle of the Panties, 14–15, 99, 103
bifurcated identity, 86
biodanza (dance of life), 133, 164n3
black humor, 73
blacklisting, 130
blood tie, 29
blood money, 153
Bonafini, Hebe de, 32, 55, 153
Bonasso, Miguel, 46
bonds, state, 25, 142–143, 152–153
Borer, Tristan Anne, 45
brain damage, from torture, 80
breaking under torture, 30, 45, 48, 50
broken partnerships, 110, 117–130
Buen Pastor, 112
Buenos Aires: capital, 16–17, 19, 21, 30–31, 32, 34–35, 62, 70; headquarters, 5, 10, 165; province, 6, 12, 96, 112, 121, 158, 168
bureaucracy, 22, 129
Cabildo, 34, 62–63, 126, 161
Cabral, Ester, 84, 95–98, 117
Calviero, Pilar, 32
Cámpora, Héctor, 8, 113
Campos Clandestinos de Detención (CCDs), 53, 126, 145
Cannizzo, Sebastián, 37, 150
cárcel común (regular prison), 9, 13, 51, 53, 75, 78, 90, 98–103
carmelo (hard candy), 15, 162n9
Carter, Jimmy, 14
Casa Rosada, 11
Casino de Oficiales, 55

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - "The Battle of the Panties" 1
  • 2 - "They Disowned Us Twice" 23
  • 3 - Suspicion and Collaboration 44
  • 4 - Solidarity and Resistance in Prison 71
  • 5 - Life after Prison Still Feels like Imprisonment 108
  • 6 - Post-Transitional Justice 145
  • Epilogue 156
  • Notes 161
  • Glossary 165
  • References 169
  • List of Former Political Prisoners 175
  • Index 177
  • About the Author 183
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