BABE-42 Interview with Natalia (pseudonym choosen by the intervieweee)

Document date: 23 October 2015

Identity Statement

Reference Code
Extent and Medium

1 historical timeline, 4 videos, 1 textual record

Reference Archivists

Hernández Nova, Leslie Nancy; Musa, Samir

Content and Structure


Location of the interview: Italy - Turin - The interviewer's home in Turin (Via San Massimo, n. 53).
Provenance of the intervieew: Peru - Da Ayacucho a Villa María del Triunfo-Lima (Costa), Lima
Name of the interviewer: Hernández Nova, Leslie Nancy

Natalia works with the Associazione Mamre of Turin as a cultural mediator. The production of the witness correspondes as following: 1 personal timeline regarding her exerience of the period of terrorism in Peru (Shigning Path).

Conditions of Access and Use


Italian, Spanish

Allied Materials


Archivist Notes

The timeline created by Natalia narrates the experience of living through the Peruvian period of terrorism and was part of the "Memory on terrorism and Shining Path" section in the exhibition at the Florence State Archive (Immagine Memoria. Archive of a Europe under construction). Part of Natalia's testimony appears in the documentary "Non posso dire di essere peruviana, ma un miscuglio" (Italy, 32 ', 2016, Giulia Cinisselli and Leslie Hernández Nova, She was previously interviewed in 2005 and the interview was deposited in the Audio archive of migrations between Europe and Latin America (AREIA) in Genoa. The case study was analyzed and published in an article entitled "La traiettoria migratoria di una famiglia del ‘pueblo joven’ Villa María del Trionfo: da Ayacucho alle ‘barriadas’ di Lima" (a Torino (1995-2006), «Studi Emigrazione», 2008, n.170, pp. 377-39). See the text "Contextualization for the merging of the Dutch-Peruvian visual materials" by Milica Trakilović and Leslie Nancy Hernández Nova, which is a transcript of a discussion between the two researchers regarding visual ties between the materials collected during the fieldwork of the BABE project. Inside the dossier are photocopies of visually similar drawings (personal timelines). Natalia intended to write a thesis supervised by Leslie Hernández Nova entitled Peru in Turin: Recovery and Reproposals of Traditions (an index with the researcher's commentary is attached). For other connections between the timelines, see the drawings in the following dossiers: Geinsen Salazar (BABE-015), Sahra (Milica Trakilovic researcher, MT-008), Samer (Milica Trakilovic researcher MT-016), and a non-cataloged case study (an Eritrean witness interviewed by Gabriele Proglio).

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