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Charles F. Walker F'18, F'97

Charles F. Walker

MacArthur Foundation Endowed Chair in International Human Rights
History
University of California, Davis
last updated: 07/05/18

ACLS Fellowship Program 2018
Professor
History
University of California, Davis
Violence and Its Long Shadow: The Shining Path in Peru

“Violence and Its Long Shadow” examines the history of the Shining Path guerrilla movement in Peru, from its emergence to its defeat and beyond, including reconciliation efforts. It asks how a Maoist group took hold in Peru and how this conflict resulted in at least 70,000 dead. The project contextualizes the Shining Path in the history of global violence and terror, and studies its long-term impact on Peru as well as the efforts of and responses to Peru’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). Building on the rich CVR archive and a recent surge of publications, the book project informs not only those interested in Peru and insurgencies, but also those interested in global terror, radicalization, memory, and human rights.

ACLS/SSRC/NEH Int. Postdoc. 1997
Assistant Professor
University of California, Davis
Race, rabble, and rubble: social and political aftershocks of the Lima, Peru, 1746 earthquake

Publications

Shaky Colonialism: The 1746 Earthquake-tsunami in Lima, Peru, and Its Long Aftermath.
Shaky Colonialism: The 1746 Earthquake-tsunami in Lima, Peru, and Its Long Aftermath. Duke University Press, 2008.