Argentine Sites of Memory

On the summer 2011 research trip to Argentina, visits to sites of memory related to the state terrorism conducted during the 1976-1983 military dictatorship complemented archival research. The following photographs were taken at those sites.
 
Jardín de la memoria del Colegio Nacional
 
Memory garden for the victims of state terrorism who were associated with a La Plata high school

 

 Memorial garden in front of the high school’s entrance

Memorial to victims of state terrorism who were associated with the Universidad Nacional de La Plata

 Memorial to victims of state terrorism who were associated with the Universidad Nacional de La Plata

 

Names of victims integrated into brick wall

 
 Memorial plaque for victims from the Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata
 
 
Memorial at the Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo 
 
 
 
In memory of writer and journalist Rodolfo Walsh, a victim of state terrorism
 
 

Symbol of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, in the Plaza San Martín

In memory of the victims of the Bettini family, in particular, and all other disappeared Argentines

Casa Mariani-Terrugi: the site of a military-police attack on Montoneros who were disappeared

The Navy Mechanics School, site of a former clandestine detention center