From left: President Salovey, Tania Bruguera and Emma Sky. 

2015 World Fellow Tania Bruguera, a Cuban performance artist and social activist, has been named to Foreign Policy’s “Top 100 Global Thinkers in 2015” list. Bruguera was recognized for her project that involved setting up a lectern in Havana’s Revolution Square and inviting members of the public to speak on any topic for one minute. She was detained by the government and had her passport confiscated for months.

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Bruguera was also recognized by the New York Times, as part of its “Best in Art of 2015” list. Read more

Learn more about Tania’s work and background.