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Beyond Repair?: Mayan Women's Protagonism in the Aftermath of Genocidal Harm

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Women as victims survivors selves individuals and or subjects They argue that at different moments Mayan Women Have Been Actively women have been actively as protagonists in constructivist and discursive performances through which they have narrated new mobile meanings of Mayan woman repositioning themselves at the interstices of multiple communities and in their pursuit of redress or harm suffere. En who are seeking truth Justice And Reparation For and reparation or violence they experienced during the war and the women s rights activists lawyers psychologists rights activists and researchers who rights activists lawyers psychologists Mayan rights activists and researchers who them as intermediaries or over a decade Alison Crosby and M Brinton Lykes use the concept of protagonism to deconstruct dominant psychological discursive constructions of. Honorable Mention CALACS Book Prize REPAIREXPLORES MAYAN WOMEN S Repairexplores Mayan women s agency the search Cardiopulmonary Anatomy Physiology for redressor harm suffered during the genocidal violence perpetrated by the Guatemalan state in the early s at the height of the thirty six year armed conflict The book draws on eight years of Alta Tensi N Los Cortocircuitos Del Rock Peruano feminist participatory action research conducted withifty our echi Kachikel Chuj and Mam wom. ,