This is the last installment of the three-part series of articles about the story behind the Unfinished Sentences archive. In this installment, we will hear about some of the challenges, questions, and reflections that came out of this process, alongside final reflections on the significance of the archive.Read More
This is the second of three installments about the Unfinished Sentences Archive. In the previous installment, we learned about the historical context of the armed conflict in El Salvador, the community of Arcatao, Chalatenango, the emergence of the Historical Memory Committee of Arcatao, and their work to preserve the historical memory of their community and country as part of a broader struggle for truth and justice.
In this installment, we will hear about the different groups that came together to create the archive.
Unfinished Sentences: A Collaboration to Preserve the Historical Memory of El Salvador’s Civil War by Maggie Von Vogt is a three-part multimedia article series about the Salvadoran Civil War, the community of Arcatao, and the emergence of the Historical Memory Committee, the group that played a central role in creating an oral history and archival project to document the reminiscences of survivors and children of survivors of the conflict.Read More