FIU Special Collections announces that the collection of Cuban Genealogy is available at the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC).
The Cuban Research Institute will cosponsor an artist exchange program between Miami and Havana, curated by Elizabeth Cerejido and supported by the Knight Foundation and the Related Group.
Anigladys Mesa, the founding president of FIU's Cuban American Student Organization, graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Department of Politics and International Relations.
According to the author, Dr. Rafael Rojas, the great egalitarian project of Cuban socialism, through the universalization of basic social rights, had as its background the Soviet subsidy and the restriction of civic and political rights.
One of the main goals of this lecture by Dr. María Elena Cobas Cobiellas is to establish a comparison between current Cuban legislation and the precedent Cuban law, with special reference to property law.
Anthropologist and filmmaker Dr. Ruth Behar will screen excerpts of her film "Adio Kerida," reflecting on the changes that have transpired in Jewish Cuba, offering updates on the protagonists in her film, and presenting her new research on Jews in Cuba and Sephardim.