Diana Taylor

Diana Taylor es la Directora del Instituto Hemisférico y profesora del Departamento de Estudios de Performance y del Departamento de Español y Portugués de la Universidad de Nueva York (NYU). Es la autora de Theatre in Crisis: Drama and Politics in Latin America (1991), libro que ganó el premio de Mejor Libro del New England Council on Latin American Studies y Mención Honorable del premio Joe Callaway para el Mejor Libro sobre Drama; Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in Argentina’s Dirty War (Duke, 1997); The Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas (Duke, 2003), libro que ganó el Premio ATHE de Investigación sobre Práctica y Pedagogía Teatral y el premio Katherine Singer Kovacs para el Mejor Libro sobre Cultura y Literatura Hispánica del Modern Language Association (2004). Es la editora de Stages of Conflict: A Reader in Latin American Theatre and Performance (Michigan), y co-editora de Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform (Duke, 2004); Defiant Acts/ Actos Desafiantes: Four Plays by Diana Raznovich (Bucknell U.P., 2002); Negotiating Performance in Latin/o America: Gender Sexuality and Theatricality (Duke U.P., 1994); y The Politics of Motherhood: Activists from Left to Right (University Press of England, 1997).

 

Diana Taylor is the Director of the Hemispheric Institute and a professor in the Department of Performance Studies and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at New York University. She is the author of “Theatre in Crisis: Drama and Politics in Latin America” (1991), which won an award for Best Book from the New England Council on Latin American Studies and an Honorable Mention from the Joe Callaway Prize for the Best Book on Drama; “Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in Argentina’s Dirty War (Duke, 1991); “The Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas” (Duke, 2003), which won the ATHE Award for Research on Theatrical Practice and Pedagogy and the Katherine Singer Kovacs Award for the Best Book on Culture and Spanish Literature from the Modern Language Association in 2004. She is the editor of “Stages of Conflict: A Reader in Latin American Theatre and Performance” (Michigan) and the co-editor of “Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform” (Duke, 2004); “Defiant Acts/Actos Desafiantes: Four Plays by Diana Raznovich (Bucknell, 2002); “Negotiating Performance in Latin/o America: Gender, Sexuality, and Theatricality” (Duke, 1994); and “The Politics of Motherhood: Activists from Left to Right” (University Press of England, 1997).