Katherine Roberts Hite. Adjunct Researcher at Latin American Observatory on Memories, IIPSS. She is Professor of Political Sciences at the Frederick Ferris Thompson Chair of the Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in international relations from Duke University and Ph.D. in Political Sciences from Columbia University. Hite is author of When the Romance Ended: Leaders of the Chilean Left, 1968-1998 (Columbia University Press, 2000), Politics and the Art of Commemoration: Memorials to Struggle in Latin America and Spain (Routledge Press, 2011), y Política y arte de la conmemoración: memoriales a la lucha política en America Latina y España (Santiago de Chile: Mandrágora Ediciones y Museo de la Memoria, 2013). Also, is co-editor of The New Politics of Inequality in Latin America: Rethinking Participation and Representation (Oxford University Press, 1997); Authoritarian Legacies and Democracy in Latin America and Southern Europe, with Paola Cesarini (University of Notre Dame Press, 2004); Sustaining Human Rights in the 21st Century: Strategies from Latin America, with Mark Ungar (Johns Hopkins University Press); and of Politics of Memory in Chile: From Pinochet to Bachelet, with Cath Collins y Alfredo Joignant (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2013), also published in Spanish as Política de la Memoria en Chile: De Pinochet a Bachelet (Santiago de Chile: Universidad Diego Portales/Catalonia, 2014).