Top scholars and graduate students will gather at an international conference at Yale University on October 3–4. CRI Director Jorge Duany will participate in the closing roundtable of the conference.
The Cuban Research Institute is pleased to announce the tenth installment of its "Classically Cuban" concert series, with the renowned pianist Enrique Chía.
El Nuevo Herald announces the launching of an edited volume on the historical, political, economic, literary, musical, and artistic aspects of the Cuban exodus.
Based on the original novel by Uva de Aragón, this play dramatizes the separation and reconciliation between two twin sisters after the Cuban Revolution of 1959.
This illustrated lecture by José Ruiz Elcoro will provide a historical overview of the Cuban "danzón," from its origins in the 19th century to contemporary times. All available spaces have been reserved for this event.
This book by Emilio Cueto is based on a meticulous, intensive, and prolonged investigation of the role of the Virgin through time and her artistic representations by hundreds of authors of various genres.