Dr. Jorge Duany will present a paper on the Cuban-American community at the international conference, "Reshaping (G)local Dynamics of the Caribbean: Relations and Disconnections," sponsored by the Universities of Hannover, Bremen, and Heidelberg in Germany.
A panel discussion on the book "La Florida: Five Centuries of Hispanic Presence" at the Tampa Bay History Center will feature coeditor Rachel May, CRI Director Jorge Duany, Jane Landers, and Gary Mormino.
For their new book, Danish scholars Ulla Ringgaard and Aase Kledal conducted interviews with several experts on the topic, including Holly Ackerman, Jorge Duany, Carlos Estévez, and Nora Gámez Torres.
This lecture will be offered by Pablo Barrios Almazor, a Spanish career diplomat who served as General Consul of Spain in Havana between 2007 and 2011.
Pavel Telička, a member of the European Parliament for the Czech Republic, will discuss the ongoing negotiations for a new bilateral treaty between the EU and Cuba, including the most sensitive aspect of this diplomatic process: the issue of human rights and Cuban civil society.
In this illustrated lecture, Cuban dancer and coreographer Irene Rodríguez will discuss how her company is blending flamenco with Cuban rhythms, and is bringing together tradition and modernity to an international genre.