The Cuban Research Institute continues its tradition of convening scholars, students, and other persons interested in the study of Cuba and Cuban Americans.
Cosponsored by Roots of Hope and the Cuban-American Student Organization, this technology drive aims to have a transformative impact in the lives of Cuban youth by collecting donations of any new or used cell phones, laptops, tablets, and USBs.
This course provides an overview of Cuban migration to the U.S. and the establishment of Cuban communities in this country, emphasizing the Miami enclave.
Dr. Luis Martínez-Fernández's book is the first in more than three decades to offer a complete and chronological history of revolutionary Cuba, including the years of rebellion that led to the revolution and bringing the reader to the present-day transformations initiated by Raúl Castro.
This lecture by Jorge A. Hernández will allow the audience to discover more than 100 sculptures, monuments, murals, and art installations created by Cuban artists that grace the visual landscape of the city of Miami.
Miguel Barroso and Carlos Alberto Montaner will engage in a conversation about democracy and freedom and how these can be achieved.