Diana Taylor: The Politics of Passion

Diana Taylor: The Politics of Passion Photo/Foto: Julio Pantoja

The Politics of Passion

What options for political and economic justice do people have when the electoral process has been violated or corrupted, the media sequestered in the hands of power-brokers, and official institutions cannot adjudicate in a way that is seen as transparent and legitimate? "The Poltics of Passion" explains the resurgence and even centrality of the body in politics. As political parties fail to represent their constituencies, people are re-learning to represent themselves.


Diana Taylor is University Professor of Performance Studies and Spanish at NYU.  She is the author of Theatre of Crisis: Drama and Politics in Latin America (1991), Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in Argentina's 'Dirty War', Duke U.P., 1997, and The Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas (Duke U.P., 2003). She is Founding Director of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics.


Permanent URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2333.1/q573n85b Edited by Victor Bautista

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