In the Introduction chapter, the author introduces the book’s overarching theoretical contribution: the theory of “memory mapping.” The development of memory mapping is anchored in analysis of Guatemalan photographer Daniel Hernández-Salazar’s set of photographs Esclarecimiento, and more broadly situated within a review of scholarship on visuality, performance, affect, and memory. The chapter also offers an overview of the following chapters, their case studies, and the theoretical questions that guide them.
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