Art, Migration, and Human Rights
The Hemispheric Institute is proud to announce the publication of: Art, Migration, and Human Rights
A collaborative dossier by artists, scholars, and activists on the issue of migration in southern Mexico.
In August 2015, a group of 38 students, professors, researchers, photographers, filmmakers, artists, and activists from 13 different countries boarded a bus in San Cristóbal de las Casas for a weeklong trip across the southern Mexican state of Chiapas and the cities around it to study the urgent issue of migration. The trip was part of a three-week course on “Art, Migration, and Human Rights,” offered by the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. This dossier is a collaborative project assembled in a week by the participants of that course—an exercise in COLLABORATIVE PEDAGOGY, the production of SITUATED KNOWLEDGE and ONLINE AUTHORING.
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