The National Association of Cuban-American Educators awarded its annual prize to CRI Faculty Affiliate Dr. Pedro J. Greer, Jr.
Hatzel Vela holds the unique distinction of serving as the first local South Florida TV reporter to be stationed in Cuba.
The Cuban Research Institute announces that the 2018 summer program for independent Cuban business owners has been canceled, due to the suspension of consular activities at the U.S. Embassy in Havana.
This pioneering book by Dr. Abigail McEwen offers the first in-depth examination of Cuban art during the 1950s, following the intersecting trajectories of the artist groups "Los Once" and "Los Diez" against a dramatic backdrop of modernization and armed rebellion.
This stellar panel will feature curator Elizabeth Thompson Goizueta, art historians Alejandro Anreus and Abigail McEwen, and Hortensia Soriano, Director of the Rafael Soriano Foundation. The panelists will discuss Soriano's place within the abstract art movement in Cuba during the 1950s as well as the changes in his work after moving to the United States in 1962.
Directed and produced by Carlos Gutiérrez, this documentary film illustrates the story of the largest recorded child refugee exodus in the Western Hemisphere.