The Tenth Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies attracted more than 350 researchers, graduate students, and others interested in the study of Cuba and its diaspora.
The Miami Herald covers several panels held on the first day of the CRI conference.
El Nuevo Herald reports on the Tenth Conference on Cuban and Cuban-American Studies sponsored by CRI.
Four distinguished scholars will examine important dimensions of Cuba's current foreign relations and what these mean for human rights and the process of democratization on the island.
FIU's Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment, in collaboration with the Cuban Research Institute, will sponsor an examination of the potential implications of immigration reform for South Florida.
Dr. de Aragón's first major novel explores the lives of two twin sisters separated at the outset of the Cuban Revolution.