The Cuban Research Institute will sponsor the largest international gathering of scholars engaged in the study of Cuba and its diaspora. The final program can be downloaded by following this link.
Spanish Radio Television traveled to Miami to document the diverse responses of the Cuban-American community to the new U.S. policy toward Cuba.
The U.S. Treasury Department and the U.S. Department of Commerce announced the revised Cuban Assets Control Regulations, to implement the policy changes announced by President Barack Obama on December 17, 2014.
In his new book, acclaimed author Gustavo Pérez Firmat revisits America's hometown—as represented in "The Andrew Griffith Show"—to discover the source of its enduring appeal. Unfortunately, this event has been canceled due to weather conditions in New York.
This year's meeting will focus on racial politics in Cuba and the Americas. It will be dedicated to the economist Dr. Carmelo Mesa-Lago, in honor of his numerous contributions to the field of Cuban studies.
Glenn Gebhard's documentary tells the story of two forgotten revolutionaries who created the landscape for Fidel Castro's victory in 1959: Frank País, the head of the M-26-7 urban underground, and José Antonio Echeverría, the leader of the Directorio Revolucionario in Havana.