Cultural Organizations, Networks and Mediators in Contemporary Ibero-America

Routledge has just published Cultural Organizations, Networks and Mediators in Contemporary Ibero-America, edited by Diana Roig Sanz and Jaume Subirana. The volume, part of the Routledge Studies in Cultural History Series, analyses the role of Ibero-American mediators in international cultural networks such as the International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation (the forerunner to UNESCO) or the PEN International, the non-governmental worldwide association of writers.