Winter 2009
This issue explores relations between culture, rights, and institutions analyzing the discourse of “cultural rights,” how performance functions as a vehicle for claiming such rights, and institutional agency in relation to the law, citizenship, the museum, the university, and more.

  • Jill Lane
  • Marcial Godoy- Anativia

  • Designer
  • Frances Pollitt
  • Managing Editors
  • Rachel Lears
  • Sarah J. Townsend
  • Editorial Assistants
  • Zena Bibler
  • Zoe Lukov
  • Video Production
  • Gray Wetzler
  • Interns
  • Hannah Krafcik
  • Emmanuelle
  • Lambert-Lemoine
  • Kelly McKay
  • Leticia Robles-Moreno
  • Translators
  • Pablo A. Costa
  • Wilson Loria
  • Emmanuelle
  • Lambert-Lemoine
  • Kelly McKay
  • Marlène Ramírez-Cancio
  • Leticia Robles-Moreno
  • Sarah Thomas

  • Special acknowledgements

    The editors would like to give special thanks to our friends and colleagues Adriana Mejía Flores and Alejandro Jaramillo Hoyos for their assistance with the production of this issue.


    The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
    20 Cooper Square, Fifth Floor
    New York City, New York 10003

    ISSN 1554-3706