Valentina La Rosa earned her Ph.D. in Foreign Language and Communication at the University of Bologna, with a thesis on "Linguistic Perception and Attitudes toward Spanish and English by Bilingual Cuban Speakers."
Dr. Jorge Duany will estimate the magnitude of Puerto Rico's recent exodus to the United States, particularly to Florida, as a result of the ongoing economic downturn, and assess the multiple effects of population loss in Puerto Rico.
Leandro Travieso, a former José Antonio Echeverría scholar and FIU graduate, will join the 160 volunteers in the northern African country.
The José Antonio Echeverría Foundation announces the competition for its 2017 scholarship, awarded in honor of the slain leader of the Cuban student movement during the 1950s.
The collection, which includes Cuban masters such as Wifredo Lam, Cundo Bermúdez, Rafael Soriano, and Humberto Calzada, will be exhibited from September 23, 2017, to January 3, 2018.
A group of Cuban-American community leaders has stepped forward to support an initiative that will harness FIU's prestigious scholarly and cultural resources to activate its extensive Cuban collections for scholars and the public.
Since January 2017, the Cuban Research Institute has sponsored or cosponsored 38 events to promote Cuban and Cuban-American Studies.
CRI Associate Director Sebastián Arcos discusses Cuba's past, present, and future with blogger Anthony Lacey.
The University of South Florida at Sarasota-Manatee has convened a panel of leading experts to discuss the state and outlook of U.S.-Cuba relations, including CRI Director Jorge Duany.