Post-conflict memory formation and the death toll in Colombian armed conflict

The article “How journalists do memory work with numbers: The case of the 220,000 deaths during the Colombian conflict (1958–2012)” by Jose Ortega from University of Leeds and Brendan Lawson from Loughborough University explored the relationship between memory, journalism and numbers.  The case of numbers studied was the particular number of 220,000 casualties in the … Continued