The Guatemalan Genocide: Forced Migration And The Formation Of New Diasporas
17 Feb 2017
In an exclusive interview with the Zoryan Institute, Professor Kathleen Dill discusses the movement of the Maya communities from the highlands of Guatemala during the genocide between 1981-1983.
Professor Kathleen Dill is a sociocultural anthropologist whose primary research focuses on postwar social reconstruction. Her long-term work with the Achi-Maya community of Rabinal, Baja Verapaz, Guatemala has informed her writing on state violence and transitional justice as well as indigenous and human rights.
Prof. Dill teaches the seminar on the Guatemalan Genocide at the Institute’s annual Genocide and Human Rights University Program. Click on the button below for more information about this year’s course.
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