Every year, the José Antonio Echeverría Foundation offers a scholarship to encourage FIU students to become active participants in the current political environment and effective future leaders. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is September 19.
A CRI Faculty Affiliate and member of the CRI Faculty Advisory Board, Dr. García will be on research assignment composing at artists' residencies, and lecturing and conducting his works at festivals and other related events in the U.S. and abroad.
CRI is pleased to collaborate with the Guantánamo Public Memory Project in South Florida.
The Cuban Research Institute has convened a symposium to examine the student leader's role in the anti-Batista movement in Cuba during the 1950s.
In this lecture, Dr. Madeline Cámara Betancourt considers several key cultural, political, and literary events as "crossroads" that have generated alternative thoughts in the quest for a Cuban identity after 1959.
Dr. Lillian Guerra's new book of short stories seeks to understand the experience of exile as a complex mixture of different cultures.