Performing Latin American and Caribbean Identities
Performing Latin American and Caribbean Identities is designed to appeal to scholars and students of these geographic regions who recognize that through the lens of performance (or what may alternatively be described as spectacle, ceremony, or collective ritual, among other descriptors) we can better understand pressing societal issues. Select volumes are intended for broader commercial appeal.
Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez is a professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the author of Creating Carmen Miranda: Race, Camp, and Transnational Stardom and co-editor of Performing Brazil: Essays on Culture, Identity, and the Performing Arts. She is also an editor of the journal the Luso-Brazilian Review.
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