Four of them are Cuban, according to the Spanish-language website esglobal.org: Carmelo Mesa-Lago, Leonardo Padura, Rafael Rojas, and Yoani Sánchez. All four have recently visited CRI.
Leandro Travieso, an FIU undergraduate major in International Relations and Asian Studies, was awarded the scholarship in memory of the slain Cuban student leader.
The Fall 2014 issue of the newsletter of the Inter-University Program for Latino Research is out.
In this illustrated lecture, Cecilio E. Tieles Ferrer will discuss the development of Cuban music during the 19th century, particularly the "contradanza."
In this lecture, Dr. Michael Connors will lead attendees on an unprecedented tour in Havana of the stunning and architecturally important private homes and buildings that have been meticulously preserved, previously unphotographed, and mostly inaccessible to visitors.
The Cuban Research Institute is pleased to announce the tenth annual installment of "Classically Cuban," with the renowned pianist Enrique Chía.