Kate Bailey is a PhD student in the History Department at Lancaster University, UK. Her research is currently examining the memorialization of the ‘disappeared’ in Guatemala, looking at the use of street art, art exhibitions, museums, and public events as forms of alternative memorial. Follow her on Twitter here: @KH_Bailey.

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