CRI Director Dr. Jorge Duany has been invited to participate in a plenary session on the new opportunities created by U.S.-Cuba relations, especially in the tourism industry. Click to view the summit's program.
Dr. Carlos A. Romero analyzes the political and economic links between the two countries, particularly in view of the current move to reestablish diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States.
CRI Director Dr. Jorge Duany will teach a course on "Cuban Culture and Society" (ANT 4343) in the fall semester of 2015, which can be credited toward the Certificate in Cuban and Cuban-American Studies.
This presentation by Dr. Benjamin Lapidus will cover the extensive career of Juanito Márquez Urbino in Cuba, Spain, and the United States.
This lecture by Emilio Cueto will illustrate the various ways in which women have played leading roles in Cuban music—as educators, directors, and performers, as well as contributors to musicography.
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.