Twenty-five years after the bombing of Argentina’s largest Jewish community center, family members of the 85 victims are still haunted by the unsolved case and those who may have covered it up.
Social Inclusion, Minority Groups & Discrimination
Natasha Zaretsky, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist focusing on human rights, genocide, migration, and the politics of memory and truth in the Americas. Her forthcoming book, Landscapes of Memory and Impunity (co-edited with A.H. Levine, Brill 2015) examines the aftermath of the AMIA Bombing in Argentina. Currently she is a Visiting Scholar at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University, where she co-leads the Argentina Trial Monitor and chairs the Latin America Working Group.