The University of Haifa in Israel will hold a meeting entitled "Cuba's Transformations Vis-à-vis the Outside World: A Reassessment," on March 25, 2015, with the participation of CRI Director Jorge Duany.
The Cuban Research Institute, the Latin American and Caribbean Center, and the FIU Libraries are pleased to announce the winners of this year's competition to study the special collections and archives related to Cuba and its diaspora.
The Spanish news agency EFE cites CRI Director Jorge Duany in its report on the third round of negotiations between the U.S. and Cuban governments, geared toward restoring diplomatic relations.
Experienced reporters who have covered news in Cuba on the ground will share their thoughts and experiences about how to keep a balanced and objective perspective while living on the island and facing multiple political pressures.
The Cuban Research Institute and other FIU units will cosponsor this public program on the exile experience, as part of the Florida Grand Opera's community conversation series.
This film documentary by Arístides Falcón-Paradí unravels the African and Andalusian origins of rumba and follows ordinary people and famous musicians through the dances, drums, and clave rhythm of the genre. By paying homage to the grand masters of the genre, such as Chano Pozo and his collaborations with Dizzy Gillespie, the film traces the history of rumba in New York City.