Surviving Mexico's Dirty War

A Political Prisoner's Memoir

Alberto Ulloa Bornemann and Aurora Camacho de Schmidt
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PB: $33.95
EAN: 978-1-59213-423-6
Publication: Jan 07

HC: $86.50
EAN: 978-1-59213-422-9
Publication: Jan 07

Ebook: $33.95
EAN: 978-1-59213-424-3
Publication: Jan 07

232 pages

11 halftones, 1 maps

A riveting memoir of Mexico's "dirty wars"

Read the Introduction (pdf).

About the Author(s)

Alberto Ulloa Bornemann lives with his wife in Mexico City where he works as a private media analyst. For over twenty-five years, he was responsible for news analysis and public communications in various branches of the federal government in Mexico. He is currently writing a novel about three young people from Mexico City whose lives intertwine over the events of the years between 1950 and 2000.

Arthur Schmidt is a Professor of History at Temple University.

Aurora Camacho de Schmidt is an Associate Professor of Latin American literature and Spanish at Swarthmore College where she has also directed Latin American Studies.


In the Series

  • Voices of Latin American Life edited by Arthur Schmidt

    Voices of Latin American Life, edited by Arthur Schmidt, aims to bring the texture and humanity of Latin American experiences to English-language readers through translations of works that impart direct voices. Through testimonial literature, interviews, and essays, the series will present important Latin American views from the famous and the anonymous that reflect the immense challenges of fundamental issues and of daily life in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.