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Judith Bettelheim is Professor of Art History at San Francisco State University. She has
extensive curatorial experience and in
I988
she cocurated and coauthored
Caribbean Festival
Arts
with John Nunley of the Saint Louis Art Museum. Her articles have appeared in the
Jamaica Journal, African Arts,
the
Journal of Ethnic Studies and Caribbean Quarterly.
Sue-Ellen Case is Professor of English at the University of California, Riverside. A past editor
of Theatre Journal, she has published widely on feminist and German theatre. She is author of
Feminism and Theatre,
and editor of
Performing Feminisms: Feminist Critical Theory and The-
atre,
and
The Divided Home/Land: Contemporary German Women's Plays.
She is coeditor with
Janelle Reinelt of
The Performance
of
Power: Theatrical Discourse and Politics.
She is currently
completing a book on feminist theory, lesbian theory, and performance.
Juan Flores is Professor of Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the City College of New
York and in Sociology and Cultural Studies at CUNY Graduate Center. He is the translator of
Memories of Bernardo Vt;ga: A Contribution to the History of the Puerto lUcan Community in New
York.
His book
Insularismo e ideowgia burguesa en Antonio Pedreira
won the Casa de las Amer-
icas Prize for best essay. He is also the author of
Divided Borders: Essays on Puerto lUcan Identity,
and
On Edge: The Crisis of Contemporary Latin American Culture
(coedited with George Yudice
and Jean Franco).
Jean Franco is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. She is
the author of several books on Latin America, most recently
Pwtting Women: Gender and
&presentation in Mexico.
She is coeditor with Juan Flores and George
Yudi~
of
On Edge: The
Crisis of Contemporary Latin American Culture.
Donald Frischmann is Profesor Titular in the Departamento de Literatura at the Universidad
de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico. He is the author of
EI Nuevo Teatro Popular en Mixico.
He is
also coauthor of
Latin American Popular Theatre, The First Five Centuries.
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I987
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I990,
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