Iconography of a prison massacre
Drawings by Peruvian Shining Path war survivors
in Art, Global Maoism and the Chinese Cultural Revolution
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Anouk Guiné’s study is set against the background of the civil war between the Communist Party of Peru (PCP), also known as Shining Path (Sendero Luminoso), and the Peruvian state, a conflict that began in 1980 and lasted well into the 1990s. Relying also on interviews with detainees, Guiné engages with the depiction of the massacre that was produced by Maoist convicts. She discusses issues of memory, resistance, resilience and popular imagery.

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