Our 2009 Encuentro in Bogotá investigated cultural rights and their complex relationship to citizenship in both historical and contemporary contexts.
Our 2007 Encuentro in Buenos Aires focused on body politics: the politics of the body, political bodies, bodies politic, and the relations between them.
Our 2005 Encuentro on Indigenous Performance explored the production and circulation of notions of identity, traditions, authenticity, rights and access.
The 2003 Encuentro examined the ways in which religious traditions since the Conquest have transmitted worldviews and identities through embodied practices.
Our 2002 Encuentro focused on the public sphere in the age of globalization. While products and goods circulate "freely" across borders, human bodies are subject to increasingly complex migratory flows and crossings.
This encuentro in Monterrey explored the role of embodied practice and memory in the turbulent, often violent, histories of the Americas.