This issue maps the changing intersections of religion, subjectivity, and the State in the wake of neoliberal regimes across the Americas.
This issue investigates dissident theory and practice, modes of standing apart, within the Americas and beyond.
This issue examines the logics, geographies, and grammars of narco-trafficking as an elusive yet ubiquitous social formation that we name the “narco-machine."
This issue investigates the conjuncture of performance and the visual, exploring when and how performance may unsettle the relationship between visual representation and social reproduction, and thus open new ways of seeing.
This issue examines the relationship between race and performance in the Americas, focusing on the ways in which different racial formations are transformed as they come into contact and conflict.
The realm of affect has long been and continues to be constitutive of the relationship between politics and the body: of forms of government and socio-historical forms of subjectivity.
How does the subject gain agency by performing a sexuality that subverts normative regulations? What forms of political violence are exerted on the sexed body?
Rasanblaj n. assemblée, compilation, enrôlement, regroupement (d'idées, de choses, de personnes, d'esprits)
Through the prism of biopolitics, this issue investigates the notion of species and modes of domination, governance and antagonism based on claims to biological life.
Focused on performance art in Latino/a America, this issue explores how non-objectual actions compose forms of relation, critique, and abstraction in the domains of politics and the social.
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.
As the movement of people across national borders intensifies, religious practices become increasingly mobile, turning virgins, saints and other devotional figures into migrants.
Borders are everywhere. They divide us and allow us to come together. They mark our territories, our bodies, and our speech. They are real and imagined, porous and hard, visible and invisible, but above all political.
Indigenous and non-indigenous scholars and activists examine the use of performance as a gesture against the erasure of Indigenous presence in the Americas.
This issue investigates the discontinuities, breaks, and unravellings that signal the decolonial.
This double issue looks at archives as calls to action. Rather than stable repositories, archives are examined as acts and practices in transit that mobilize different media and are mobilized by them.
This issue explores the changing shape and status of “truth” in the neoliberal aftermaths of transitional justice projects in the Americas and beyond.
Through a focus on "contagion," this issue explores the enactment of social, aesthetic, and political formations of the social body when threatened or transformed by the presence of an/other.
This issue examines the centrality of body politics in the production and reproduction of inequalities, focusing on the dynamics of visibility and invisibility and on the struggles of those deemed expendable.
To embody the letter of the law is to make habit of iterating its text through actions. Through distinct rituals, law is repeated, reinforced, implemented, avoided, enacted, dictated, and broken.
Focusing on the intimate relationship between performance and democracy, this issue examines the performative practices and strategies of social movements across the Americas.