The Cuba Program of Sergio Arboleda University in Bogotá, Colombia, has published Dr. Jorge Duany's analysis of the economic links between Cuban émigrés and their country of origin.
The Student Award Committee of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy is accepting nominations for the 2019 Jorge Pérez-López Student Award Competition. The deadline to apply is May 20, 2019.
Dr. Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel has published an article based on her presentation at the plenary session for our last CRI Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies.
Based on ethnographic fieldwork conducted in Havana between 2015 and 2019, Andrés García Molina explores the economic and aesthetic significance of the resurgence of street vendors and their "pregones," or songs, after several decades of silence following the 1959 Cuban Revolution.
Ethnomusicologist Dean Craven will explore prerevolutionary recordings housed in the Díaz-Ayala Collection to identify the shared principles of montuno piano production as expressed across the spectrum of son-derived genres in Cuba.
This installation of works by graphic artist Conrado Massaguer, recently gifted to The Wolfsonian Library by Vicki Gold Levi, will bring forth Massaguer's legacy through dozens of images, including celebrity caricatures, magazine covers, and advertising illustrations.