Andean Warriors: Military Masculinity in Cold War Peru (1960s–1990s)


Location: Hesburgh Center, Room C102

Lourdes Hurtado, dissertation year fellow, history, University of Notre Dame

Hurtado researches intersections of militarism, history, memory, and gender. Her dissertation is a historical and anthropological analysis of the gender discourses circulating within the Peruvian army in the 1960s and 1970s before the beginning of the Peruvian Civil War (1980–1993).

This lecture is part of the Latin American History Working Group.