HemiPress is the Hemispheric Institute’s digital publications imprint, created to house and centralize our diverse publication initiatives. Using a variety of customized open-source digital humanities platforms, HemiPress includes the Gesture short works series—which includes the Duke U.P./HemiPress co-publications––stand-alone essays, and the Institute’s peer-reviewed journal emisférica, alongside interviews, Cuadernos, ArtWorks, Course Dossiers, and other online teaching resources. It also provides state-of-the-art multilingual publication capacities and immersive formats for capturing the “live” of performance, as well as a digital “bookshelf”—the interface that houses all of the Institute’s publications and connects communities of readers across the Americas.
Virtual Asian American Art Museum
Dancing While Black: Black Bodies / White Boxes
Camila Vallejo and Noam Titelman
Witnessing, Return Atacama
Nelda Castillo and Mariela Brito, El Ciervo Encantado
They Took Them Alive